‘Tank’ looks to move one step closer to a massive showdown later this year when he fights close to home in Washington D.C.
Over the past handful of years, Gervonta “Tank” Davis has become one of boxing’s biggest attractions and most exciting fighters. On Saturday night, Davis returns to the ring to face Hector Luis Garcia with a huge April bout against Ryan Garcia waiting for him with a win.
Garcia, a champion at super featherweight, is moving up to lightweight to challenge Davis for his secondary WBA title. Davis has been in a string of exciting fights, battling solid opposition while also putting his power on display. To date, he has knocked out his opponent in 25 of his 27 career bouts.
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The rest of the card fills out with some rising stars making their 2023 debuts. Jaron “Boots” Ennis is back in a welterweight showdown with Karen Chukhadzhian in the co-main event. Ennis is already a mandatory challenger for the IBF title currently held by Errol Spence Jr. A win on Saturday would also make him the mandatory for Spence’s WBA crown. Plus, Rashidi Ellis is back and set to take on Roiman Villa at welterweight. And Demetrius Andrade is set to make his debut at super middleweight when he takes on Demond Nicholson in the PPV opener.
The action gets underway at 9 p.m. ET on Showtime pay-per-view. The full fight card with odds from Caesars Sportsbook and complete viewing information is listed below. CBS Sports will also have live coverage of the fight with round-by-round scoring and blow-by-blow updates to keep you up to date throughout the night.