Ryan Garcia and Gervonta Davis have been trading insults and challenges on social media for months. Before the fight was finally signed and official, Ryan Garcia said that he is willing to put his entire purse on the line if Davis agrees to fight him. He said that he is confident that he can knock out Davis in two rounds, and that he doesn’t need the money anyway. He said that he wants to prove to the world that he is the best fighter in his division, and that Davis is just a hype job.
Davis, who is known for his explosive power and knockout ratio, did not take kindly to Garcia’s offer. He responded on Twitter, saying that Garcia is a clown and a coward who is afraid to sign the contract. He said that he would gladly accept the bet, but he doubts that Garcia would actually follow through. He said that he would make Garcia regret ever calling him out, and that he would end his career in one round.
Today, both boxers followed through! Speaking live on a streaming channel, they joined an Instagram Live video hosted by YouTuber Kai Cenat, where they verbally agreed to bet their entire purses on the outcome of the fight.
The fight will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, and will be broadcasted on pay-per-view. Davis will receive 60% of the PPV revenue, while Garcia will get 40%. The total earnings for both fighters could exceed $5 million USD, depending on the number of buys.
This is a high-risk, high-reward gamble for both Davis and Garcia, who are putting their money where their mouth is. Who will emerge victorious and claim the bragging rights and the cash?
Davis, who holds the WBA (regular) lightweight title, has a perfect record of 28 wins and no losses, with an impressive 26 knockouts. He is widely regarded as one of the most powerful punchers in the division, and has the advantage of experience and pedigree over his younger rival.
Garcia is a rising star with a massive fan base and a flashy style. He has 23 wins and no losses, with 19 knockouts. He is known for his speed, accuracy and charisma, and has been calling out Davis for a long time. Both fighters are fast, agile, and skilled, but they have different styles. Garcia relies on his speed, accuracy, and combinations, while Davis relies on his power, pressure, and aggression.
It’s hard to predict who will come out on top in this fight, but one thing is certain: it will be a thrilling spectacle for the fans this Saturday. Both fighters have huge fan bases and they know how to sell a fight.
The winner takes all bet adds another layer of drama and excitement to the mix!