DANNY GARCIA & AMIR MANSOUR PHILADELPHIA MEDIA WORKOUT QUOTES & PHOTOS

Before they travel across the country for their Saturday, January 23 showdowns, Danny "Swift" Garcia and Amir "Hardcore" Mansour held a Philadelphia media workout Wednesday to discuss their Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on FOX and FOX Deportes bouts taking place at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles.
 
Garcia faces former multiple-division world champion Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero in a welterweight world title fight while Mansour takes on 2012 U.S. Olympian Dominic "Trouble" Breazeale in heavyweight action. Televised coverage begins at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT and also features a welterweight battle between Sammy "The Sergeant" Vasquez and Aron Martinez.
 
The workout took place at Garcia's DSG Boxing Gym and the undefeated star was joined by his father and trainer, Angel Garcia. Here is what the participants had to say Wednesday:
 
DANNY GARCIA
 
"I'm just focused on Robert Guerrero because at the end of the day, that's the task in front of me. None of the stuff in the future can happen if don't get the job done.
 
"I feel like I've faced some real good fighters. We just want to keep winning fights and getting bigger fights.
 
"It's almost impossible to predict the future in boxing. That's why I don't get ahead of myself. If the opportunity is in front of me, I'm going to take advantage of it.
 
"I've worked hard to get to where I am today. It's just about taking it one fight at a time to get to where we want to be.
 
"This is my first fight being a father and I'm dedicating it to my daughter. I'm wearing pink and black for her. I named her Philly because of how important the city is to me. I'm the first Latino boxing champion from Philly and I wanted to name her something that was important to me.
 
"I represent everybody. I'm from Philadelphia, we're all the same here. There's not just one ethnicity. Where I'm from, we're all cool.
 
"I knew the opportunities would come and that I'd be fighting for a title eventually. There's nothing like a championship fight, it's just a different atmosphere.
 
"We're eating right, dieting right. We were already training like this was a title fight and now it's come to fruition. I fought Morales for a belt and now I'm fighting another Mexican warrior in Guerrero."
 
AMIR MANSOUR
 
"I expect Breazeale to come to fight. Looking at his prior fights, he doesn't back down. That's what I like. I don't think that he's going to run. He'll engage and it'll be an interesting fight.
 
"Breazeale is a tall guy but he's nothing different. You just have to train hard and focus on the task at hand.
 
"I prepare to fight. I don't prepare to run from a guy. I'm preparing to strategically target my opponent's weakness. I don't think he's faster than me, I don't think he's stronger than me, he's just taller than me.
 
"I don't think this fight is going the distance. I'm always going to predict that I'm going to be the winner. I really want to get this guy out of there and not leave it in the judges hands.
 
"This isn't my first time on the big stage. A win is a win. We're all one punch away from success and one punch from failure. Any win is a blessing.