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The wait is over, Ryan García will finally be facing Gervonta Davis on April 22 in Las Vegasnews that the boxers themselves announced through their Instagram account, as well as Golden Boys Promotion and Óscar de La Hoya himself through the same way.
The fight is cataloged by many experts as the fight of the year since it faces two boxers in excellent condition and with the great ability to provide an excellent show for the discipline and in a setting as spectacular as Las Vegas.
The fight was originally scheduled, according to sports media, for April 15 of this year, however it will end on April 22.. A small difference regarding the rematch clause had the event on hold, however it was fixed and only Gervonta will be able to activate it in case of being defeated.
Similarly, the fight had not finished closing as the transmission agreement between the companies Showtime and DAZN was still finalized, something that was finally realized. It should be noted that Davis Gervonta Davis is promoted by PBC and fights on Showtime, while Garcia fights with Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions on DAZN.
Likewise, De la Hoya was euphoric about the agreement for the stellar combat and made it known in advance on his social networks. “8 months ago I made this happen, Ryan Garcia vs. Gervonta Davis, done deal. This is what you wanted, this is what you’ll get“said the director of Golden Boys.
It is important to remember that a few days ago, Gervonta Davis pleaded guilty to four charges for running over four people, including a pregnant woman, causing various injuries, in this sense the injury to the Baltimore native is scheduled for May 5, which is why that will not collide with the aforementioned combat.
This fight is considered the biggest boxing event at a commercial level. that can be offered in these times.
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