Gervonta Davis vs. Ryan Garcia is officially happening, as a widely circulated press release announced a press tour hitting both New York and Los Angeles, on Wednesday March 8th and Thursday March 9th respectively in promotion of the pairs pay-per-view bout April 22 in Las Vegas, which will take place at the T-Mobile Arena, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The T-Mobile Arena can seat and house roughly 22,000 fans for boxing, which is roughly 5,000 more than nearby MGM Grand Garden Arena.
In case you were wonder the tickets are not cheap for this fight either as floor seats can cost as much as $5,000 dollars meaning this fight will not just be a hit on pay-per-view, social media, but a financial success at the box office as the demand for this fight, has many expecting the fight to sell-out.
The bout was originally announced on November 17th, when both Ryan Garcia and Gervonta Davis took to social media to announce the fight. The general sporting world would get confused as Davis would fight Hector Luis Garcia on January 7th on Showtime pay-per-view, striking fear into the hearts of many wondering if this fight would even happen, even though Davis stated prior he'd fight once prior to facing Garcia.
Garcia was supposed to fight at the end of January, but punted on the fight date as Garcia wanted to jump right into a fight with Gervonta Davis. Garcia was last seen in the ring getting an impressive knockout win over Javier Fortuna.
This is one of the first modern fights in which two young legends are putting it all on the line and facing one and another. What a time to be a fight fan.