Gervonta Davis Vs. Ryan Garcia at the 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on April 22
Via Craig Daly: Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis and Ryan Garcia will face off next month at the 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas for a showtime PPV showdown.
show small place for the Davis-Garcia war, possibly ticket Prices can be overpriced due to great demand and limited capacity of the arena. It won’t be a big deal for fans with a big budget, but for those who can’t afford it, they’ll be discounted.
The ticket The battle between the Tanks and Ryan is likely to sell out quickly, as there’s a lot of interest in this exciting 136 lb heavyweight fight. We could see the venue sell out within a day or two, depending on the high ticket prices.
Ryan Garcia’s promoter, Oscar De La Hoya, hopes the bout is competitive, as he wants a lucrative rematch for his boxer against the undefeated Tank Davis (28-0.26 KOs). De La Hoya even talked about four battles between themtells you how far the golden boy’s feet are from the ground at the moment.
It’s hard to know what caused the Tank vs. Ryan opted for the smaller T-Mobile Arena instead of the 65,000-seat Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, but aside from being less expensive, the platform may not be available for April 22.
When promoters book a big venue, they have to make sure the fans fill it up. Otherwise, they’ll be at a loss with an open platform, as we saw in Floyd Mayweather Jr’s recent exhibition match against Aaron Chalmers on February 25 at the O2 Arena in London.
The organizers of that venue thought the Mayweather-Chalmers show would fill the 20,000-seat O2 arena, but it turned out they were wrong when only one a small number of fans show.
“I think he looks better than I expected,” Chris Colbert said fight about Hector Garcia in his loss to Gervonta Davis. “Tank is going to knock him out mid-to-late,” Colbert said, predicting a knockout win for Tank Davis over Ryan Garcia.
“I think he [Garcia] make too many mistakes. If Ryan is going to win, Ryan has to knock him out early. His chance is to knock him out early and catch him with that hook when he gets tired.
“He must soon move away from Gervonta Davis’ ruthlessness, speed and power.