Gervonta Davis Vs. Hector Luis Garcia Brought In 200K To 225K Pay-Per-View Buys
He is expected to fight Ryan Garcia in his next bout.
The number of viewers who tuned in to see Gervonta Davis’ latest fight was the second highest of his five pay-per-view fights.
According to Boxing Scene, Davis’ ninth-round technical knockout of Hector Luis Garcia on January 7 brought in between 200,000 and 225,000 pay-per-view buys, which translates to over $15 million.
It was slightly less than Davis’ 250,000 buys when he knocked out Rolando Romero in May.
Showtime has broadcasted all of Davis’ five pay-per-view main events, which included his wins over Garcia, Romero, Isaac Cruz, Mario Barrios and Leo Santa Cruz.
Davis’ win over Garcia helped put him closer to an anticipated grudge match against former interim champion Ryan Garcia, which is reportedly targeted for April 15 in Las Vegas.
Though Davis is facing a domestic violence charge in Florida and multiple misdemeanor traffic violations in his hometown of Baltimore, Davis-Ryan Garcia is still pushing through as of now.
The date and site have yet to be finalized.