With a date with Ryan Garcia on the line, Gervonta Davis is ready to start 2023 on a high note. “Tank” defends his WBA (Regular) lightweight title against Hector Luis Garcia on January 7.
The fight takes place inside the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C.
A 2012 Golden Gloves champion, Davis made his pro debut in 2013. Winning the IBF super-featherweight title in 2017, Davis lost the title after missing weight for a fight against Francisco Fonseca. In 2018, Davis won the WBA (Super) super-featherweight title, and became WBA (Regular) lightweight champion against Yuriorkis Gamboa in 2019.
Gervonta Davis vs. Hector Luis Garcia date time, channel, PPV, boxing fight
“This is really important for me. It’s huge to open up the opportunity for other fighters to showcase their skills on the big stage,” Davis stated at the pre-fight press conference. “When you make your mark in the sport, it’s about coming back and showing other people that it can happen for them. This is just me trying to get over that hump. I don’t think of it as a dream come true. I’m not where I want to be yet. This fight is the next step.”
Making his pro debut in 2016, Garcia shocked the world in February by beating Chris Colbert via unanimous decision, ending Colbert’s undefeated streak. In August, he beat Roger Gutierrez via unanimous decision to win the WBA super-featherweight title.
Davis vs. Garcia date time, channel, PPV, boxing fight
“I’m not fazed by anything people say,” Garcia stated. “I know who I am and I know what to do. My preparation has been so good that I’m going to be ready to give 100%. I know that I have the height advantage, but I can adapt myself to the rhythm of my opponent. I know that I’m facing one of the best fighters out there, but I’m fully confident I have what it takes to win.”
If Davis wins, he will face Ryan Garcia in a superfight sometime in April.
Here is a complete guide for Davis vs. Garcia, including the start time, fight card, PPV price, betting odds, and more.
When is Gervonta Davis vs. Hector Luis Garcia?
- Date: Saturday, January 7 | Sunday, January 8
- Main card: 9 p.m. ET | 2 a.m. GMT | 1 p.m. AEDT
- Main event: 12 a.m. ET | 5 a.m. GMT | 4 p.m. AEDT (approx.)
Davis vs. Garcia takes place on January 7. The main card begins at 9 p.m. ET | 2 a.m. GMT | 1 p.m. AEDT. Davis and Garcia should make their way to the ring around 12 a.m. ET | 5 a.m. GMT | 4 p.m. AEDT, depending on how long the undercard fights last.
How to watch Gervonta Davis vs. Hector Luis Garcia
|Country||Date||Channel + Live Stream (main card)|
|United States/Canada||Sat. January 7||Showtime PPV, PPV.com|
|United Kingdom||Sun. January 8||FITE.tv|
|Australia||Sun. January 8||Main Event, Kayo|
Fans can watch Gervonta Davis vs. Hector Garcia via Showtime pay-per-view.
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Gervonta Davis vs. Hector Luis Garcia PPV price: How much does the fight cost?
The fight will cost $74.99 on pay-per-view.
Where is Gervonta Davis vs. Hector Luis Garcia taking place?
Davis vs. Garcia takes place inside the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. Home of the Washington Wizards and Capitals, the arena can hold up to 20,000+ people.
How much do tickets for Gervonta Davis vs. Hector Luis Garcia cost?
Tickets for Davis vs. Garcia start at $126, per TicketSmarter.
Prices then range from $200, $300, $400, $500, $600, $700, $800, $900, $1,000, $2,000, $3,000, $4,000, and $5,789.
Gervonta Davis vs. Hector Luis Garcia betting odds
Per Caesars, Davis is the -1400 favorite, while Garcia is the +800 underdog.
Gervonta Davis record, bio
- Nationality: American
- Born: November 7, 1994
- Height: 5-5 1/2
- Reach: 67.5 inches
- Total fights: 27
- Record: 27-0 with 25 wins via knockout
Hector Luis Garcia record, bio
- Nationality: Dominican
- Born: November 1, 1991
- Height: 5-8
- Reach: 69 inches
- Total fights: 16
- Record: 16-0 with ten wins via knockout (3 no-contests)
Davis vs. Garcia fight card
- Gervonta Davis (c) vs. Hector Luis Garcia for the WBA (Regular) lightweight title
- Jaron Ennis vs. Karen Chukhadzhian for the interim IBF welterweight title
- Rashidi Ellis vs. Roiman Villa; Welterweights
- Demetrius Andrade vs. Demond Nicholson; Super-Middleweights