Mickey Garcia is Open to Face the Winner of Crawford-Indongo Fight.

WBC Lightweight world champion Mickey Garcia (36-0,30KOs) is open to idea of facing the winner of Super lightweigh

world title unification match between IBF/WBA/IBO champion Julius Indongo of Namibia and WBO/WBC champion Terrence Crawford of Omaha Nebraska if he won't get title unification fight with WBA champion Jorger Linares.


"My initial plan is to come back down to unify the titles, I would really like to unify lightweight and become the man, the king of the division before I move up. Taking this fight with Adrien Broner is a very interesting fight and I wasn't able to secure any unification fights at the moment."

"The options are going to be big after this fight, so I would definitely look at fighting the winner of Crawford-Indongo and those sort of fights. We have to be flexible and adjust and adapt with the business and move on. We can't sit around waiting, waiting and waiting, I need to be taking control with my career and take it forward. I want to take on Linares after this," Garcia told Sky Sports.

Linares is the reigning WBA Lightweight champion and would probably back in action on September after WBA ordered him to face the mandatory challenger Luke Campbell of UK. Linares is also holds the WBA Diamond and The Ring Lineal Lightweight Titles.

Historic unification fight between Crawford and Indongo with WBC/WBO/WBA/IBF/IBO world titles on the line is scheduled on August 19 at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln Nebraska

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