Boxing Fight Night : Gervonta Davis vs Hector Luis Garcia - date, time, ticket, How to watch

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  • Gervonta Davis vs Hector Luis Garcia goes Saturday, January 7th at 9 PM EST
  • Davis is the favorite in this beginning-of-the-year barnburner
WBA featherlight champion Gervonta ‘ Tank ’ Davis faces WBA super featherweight champion Hector Luis Garcia this Saturday live on Showtime PPV.

Boxing is wasting no time in 2023 as the first weekend in the time features an event that will take place live from the nation’s capital in Washington,D.C. WBA featherlight champion Gervonta ‘ Tank ’ Davis( 27- 0) takes on WBA super featherweight champion Hector Luis Garcia( 16- 0) live on Showtime PPV. 

The event was in jeopardy last week as Davis was mixed up with some legal issues, but that looks like it has been cleared up for now, as the appellant clarified what passed the night of the incident. We now have an interesting fight as Garcia appears to be a live canine in this bone.

With over 300 amateur fights under his belt, the 31- time-old Garcia from the Dominican Republic looks to upset the apple card on Saturday night.

Can Garcia shock the world and ail the plans for ‘ Tank ’ to fight the other( Ryan) Garcia in what looks to be a super fight in April? He clearly can, as Garcia came out of nowhere and made a name for himself nearly overnight on boxing’s mainstream.

In February, Garcia was a late relief and faced super featherweight contender Chris Colbert( 16- 1), which was supposed to be a stepping gravestone for Colbert as he was closing in on a title shot.

Garcia had other plans, and not only did he knock down Colbert for the first time in his career, but he also gave him his first loss as Garcia earned a decision palm.

Gervonta ‘ Tank ’ Davisvs. Hector Luis Garcia will be streaming live on Showtime PPV($74.99) With that palm, Garcia entered a title shot six months latterly against also- champion Roger Gutierrez( 26-4-1).

formerly again, Garcia came into the fight as the sacrifice but proved that his palm over Colbert was no strike and earned another decision palm to come the WBA super featherweight champion. After the fight, Garcia called out Davis, and although that can land on deaf cognizance, this time it did n’t, and Garcia now has the shot of a continuance to prove he's a great fighter that belongs on the list of boxing’s stylish.

‘ Tank ’ Davis was n’t as busy as Garcia, but that does n’t matter for the 28- time-old southpaw from Baltimore, MD. He's one of boxing’s youthful stars who has a significant place within pop culture, which brings the likes of Madonna and otherA-listers to his fights. Stars, athletes, and pop- culture influencers come out in droves to see Davis do what he does stylish knock out his opponents.

Although pure pugilism is commodity suckers appreciate, knockouts will always bring the crossover appeal that fighters ask to elevate their profile among athletes of all sports. That position of excitement is n’t easy to come by, but Davis clearly has it and if you need evidence of that, look no further than May when he fought Rolando Romero( 14- 1) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

In front of a falsity crowd, Davis delivered what everyone who bought a ticket was awaiting a barbarian knockout. Although it sounded like Romero was getting the better of Davis, a careless moment in the sixth round by Romero caused him to get combated and knocked out.

formerly again, Davis gave the internet a knockout clip that went viral adding to his star position status. After ramifying ties with his longtime protagonist Floyd MayweatherJr., Davis is now on his own, and GTD elevations will be promoting his fights moving forward, starting with Saturday night.

Although the fight with( Ryan) Garcia is on the horizon, Davis felt the need to have an interim fight and have it held in Washington, DC, which is close to his home in Baltimore,MD.

Now that we know how we got then, how did this fight play out? Garcia is a southpaw, just like Davis, but he's further of a prizefighter than anything differently.

Like Garcia, fighters with a deep amateur background are known to be harder to deal with as they've seen every style you can suppose of while contending internationally. Garcia is conscious of space and angles, which will be an advantage for him in this fight as Davis ’ past many opponents have n’t had the experience that Garcia possesses.

Garcia will have to be slick and not allow himself to get caught up in the moment or fall asleep, as it does n’t take important for Davis to subsidize on a mistake.

Garcia can not get into lengthy heated exchanges as he leaves himself helpless at times, and Davis can clearly fight him, which would end the night in a hurry. ‘ Tank ’ Davis has to put pressure on early and force Garcia to get reckless.

He can not go to drop all the early rounds in expedients of staying for Garcia to make a mistake latterly in the fight. Davis did that in the Isaac Cruz( 24-2-1) fight, which redounded in an injured hand and nearly bring him the fight.

Davis has to suppose in there, use that right poke to the body and cut off the ring so he can do what ‘ Tank ’ does stylish, which is knock his opponent out. Like all of Davis ’ fights, this bone.

will have you on the edge of your seat. I can see Garcia taking the early rounds as Davis processes everything that's passing.

Garcia will get foolhardy in the eighth or ninth round, and that’s when ‘ Tank ’ will land a crushing left hook, ending the fight.

Davis will light up the arena, and the expectation of him against( Ryan) Garcia will shoot social media into a delirium and may indeed break the internet.