Oscar De La Hoya Looking Forward To Putting Garcia-Tank Fight Behind Him
Teofimo Lopez is looking forward to shaking off the ring rust and returning with a victory against Pedro Campa. It will also mark the lightweight debut for Lopez as he locks horns against Campa for 10 rounds.
Since his loss against George Kambosos, Lopez has climbed a division. Kambosos is also no longer the “lightweight king”, after he was comfortably dispatched by Devin Haney to become an undisputed champion.
Ryan Garcia is another fighter who has joined Lopez in terms of leaving the lightweight category. He and his promoter, Oscar De La Hoya, want a fight against Gervonta Davis. However, De La Hoya stated that it’s difficult for him to talk about this topic.
“We’re trying to get a hold of Tank’s side. We don’t know who to talk to. Nobody picks up their phone. Nobody calls back.” De La Hoya said.
“I feel they’re playing games so I’m moving on and I’m going to Teofimo’s fight next week.”
Garcia has stated that if a fight against Tank Davis doesn’t become official, his next priority will be Lopez.