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Danny Garcia's left hook struck again when he knocked out Erik Morales this weekend, but who will he fight next? Let's take a look at the options.

Like many of you on Saturday I stayed up until the time the milkman usually starts work to watch the amazing line-up on the Brooklyn fight card, an event packed full of stars and culminating in a rematch between Danny Garcia (25-0) and Erik Morales (52-8). I don't think Garcia's win was amazing because Morales looked like a much older model, but his knockout was impressive and it has made him the man to beat at 140. The question now is who will Danny Garcia fight next?

First let’s draw up a shortlist. These are his options:

Lucas Matthysse
Zab Judah
Brandon Rios
Pablo Cesar Cano
Juan Manuel Marquez

For a start the Golden Boy - Top Rank handbag wars rule out a match with Rios no matter how much the thought of it makes you salivate. I also can't see Garcia wanting to fight another oldie in Marquez, although Dinamita is doing well in a poll the Ring Magazine have up on their site. Cano showed he's a contender at this level by making Paulie Malignaggi sweat blood for his split decision win and knocking the champ down in the eleventh, but he's an outside bet to face Garcia.

This leaves Judah and Matthysse. Judah still has the skills, as he showed by giving Vernon Paris his first loss in March, but he can't fill arenas any more  In his last fight I heard that Judah had his friends and family buy half the tickets on sale just so he could call the show a sell-out. I exaggerate, but Judah is not a crowd magnet and a fight with him doesn't mean much in terms of standing or money.

It's a similar financial situation with Matthysse because he struggles to fill a bus stop in America, so he doesn't have that venue-filling appeal that promoters worship. What he does have is an air of danger, one that makes other fighters scared to face him and makes promoters suggest his name in a whisper. He is one of the best in the world at his weight class and beating him would be a great achievement for Garcia. It would be a solid move forward in proving how much talent he has people would buy into that. There's just the money issue.

Garcia vs Matthysse wouldn't draw in the crowds but I'm convinced it would bring in enough TV buys to make it a worthwhile venture. Matthysse would be up for it because he is like teenager drunk on cider in Croydon - he'll fight anyone - and it’s just whether team Garcia would take the fight. Will Garcia be up for the risk that Matthysse represents? I hope so, because other than Brandon Rios it's the best option Garcia has got.