Gervonta Davis Ryan Garcia Fight date and time, ticket prices

Gervonta Davis Ryan Garcia Fight date and time, ticket prices

There is anticipation for the upcoming fight between Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia, although boxing fans have been stunned by how expensive it will be on pay-per-view. Read the full article for the full story. Gervonta Davis vs. Ryan Garcia is the upcoming WBA professional boxing lightweight champion Gervonta Davis and former interim WBC lightweight champion Ryan Garcia. The fight is scheduled for April 22, 2023 at T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada at a catch weight of 136 pounds, with a 10-pound rehydration clause.

Gervonta Davis Ryan Garcia fight date and time

The undefeated Davis had a hurdle to clear first in the form of Hector Garcia, and he didn’t exactly do it on Jan. 7, when he defeated Garcia via ninth-round TKO to retain the WBA lightweight title and improve to 28-0. Ryan, on the other hand, also boasts a perfect professional record of 23-0, with his most recent victory over Javier Fortuna by sixth-round knockout in July. Before that, he defeated Emmanuel Tagoein in April 2022 via unanimous decision in what was his first fight in more than 15 months.

Gervonta Davis Ryan Garcia Fight

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He had taken some time off to focus on his mental health, but he has been better than ever in two fights since returning and was shaping up to be the toughest opponent of Davis’ career thus far. Davis is promoted by PBC and fights on Showtime, which would have control of the first fight, but also want to promote and broadcast a rematch no matter who wins.

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