Lucas Matthysse is up in the air as a possible opponent for Adrien Broner's next fight, but he also has a score he wants to settle with Danny Garcia, the reigning WBC and WBA junior welterweight champion who beat Matthysse in September 2013.
Garcia (29-0, 17 KO) says if the rematch happens, he thinks Matthysse (36-3, 34 KO) will only be in it for money, and that he'll "beat his ass again":
I'll beat his ass again!— Danny Swift Garcia (@DannySwift) September 7, 2014
I beat his ass so bad the first time he wanted to retire! He don't care about winning he wants the money. #TeamDSG— Danny Swift Garcia (@DannySwift) September 7, 2014
Matthysse won last night with a KO-2 over Roberto Ortiz, an unheralded fighter who was stopped a bit controversially by referee Benjy Esteves, but looked like no serious match for Matthysse, anyway. Garcia last fought on August 16, nearly decapitating Rod Salka in a shameful Showtime main event, and struggled to get past Mauricio Herrera earlier this year in Puerto Rico.