Their are only a hand full of boxers in the sport that have had as hard of a schedule as Danny Miracle Man Jacobs in the last 4 years.
In talking to Jacobs during fight week, he tells me that he only wants to fight the best. Jacobs isn’t interested in stay busy or weak Fights, he only wants to face the top boxers in the world.
Jacobs has many goals, above most, he wants to show and prove that he is the best middleweight on the planet – Bar None.
Daniel Jacobs rugged Schedule:
2012 – Daniel Jacobs makes a full recovery from cancer and comes back strong. He becomes the Miracle Man.
2014 – Jacobs TKO’s Jarrod Fletcher in 5 rounds to capture the WBA middleweight title at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.
April 2015 – Caleb Truax suffers the first TKO of his career against Jacobs in Chicago.
August 2015 – Sergio Mora suffers first TKO of his career as Daniel Jacobs destroys him in only two rounds.
December 2015 – Underdog Daniel Jacobs shocks the HBO audience by stopping undefeated Peter Quillen in only 90 seconds.
September 2016 – Jacobs TKO’s Sergio Mora again.
March 2017 – Daniel Jacobs takes on the undefeated Great Gennady Golovkin at MSG. Jacobs loses a controversial decision but gives GGG everything he could handle and more. GGG looks vulnerable for the first time in his illustrious career and quite frankly, GGG realizes that he is at the age where he cannot just keep picking the best opponent out there for every single one of his fights.
November 2017 – Jacobs beats the undefeated Luis Arias in New York.
April 2018 – Jacobs beats undefeated 26-0 Maciej Sulecki in Brooklyn at Barclays.
October 2018 – Jacobs beats/ squeaks by -the undefeated much avoided Serhiy Derevianchenko at MSG, New York.
May 2019 – Jacobs takes on boxing’s biggest star, hard hitting top P4P beast Canelo Alvarez.
Daniel Jacob’s Five Year Run of wanting to fight the best is extraordinary.