Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia will finally do battle in Las Vegas this weekend in one of the most highly-anticipated fights of the year.
Both Americans have unbeaten records and have been eager to face off for several months.
After plenty of back and fourth, the two superstars are now ready to face off.
‘Tank’ Davis has won all 28 of his professional bouts to date and saw off Hector Garcia in January.
Meanwhile, ‘KingRy’ Garcia has claimed 23 victories in a row and beat Javier Fortuna last summer.
Davis vs Garcia promises to be one of the best fights of 2023 and there’s plenty to fight for as both men have agreed to put their entire purse on the line.
Davis vs Garcia: Date and start time
This 12-round lightweight clash will take place on Saturday, April 22.
It is being held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The main card is scheduled to start at midnight UK time, with the ringwalks for Davis vs Garcia set for around 5am on Sunday morning for UK fans.
Davis vs Garcia: How to follow
This event will be shown live on DAZN, with their broadcast starting at 2am.
Fans can sign up to DAZN for only £9.99 per m onth to watch the bout live at DAZN.com or via the DAZN app. More details here.
Alternatively, DAZN subscribers that have a HD-enabled Sky box can register to watch the fight on DAZN 1 HD on channel 429 on Sky here.
Davis vs Garcia: What has been said?
Davis: “Make sure you come early and get your popcorn or whatever you want to get, because this is gonna be an early night for sure.
“I’m feeling great. Everything is about staying completely focused on the task, because I know I have a challenge in front of me on April 22.
“Me and coach Calvin have been doing this for so long, he’s a major key to my success over the years. I’d be nowhere without him, so I always keep him close to me.
“Ryan is gonna have to show me that he has more than just a left hook.
“I’m gonna be on point that night because I’m getting ready for the best Ryan Garcia. I just don’t feel that he’s a complete fighter and come April 22 I’m gonna show him.
“This win would mean a lot. Beating someone young, explosive and in their prime says a lot.
“I feel like this fight is big for the sport. We’re drawing in a lot of people and a win on that night is really like winning a world title again.
“This is gonna be spectacular. It’s gonna be two young guys who are hungry.
“I think he’s trying to hype himself to get into the fight when he talks about knocking me out in two rounds. I don’t think he really believes that.”