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Fight fans are counting down the days until the biggest bout of the 2023 boxing season so far. In Las Vegas, events are ramping up for Gervonta “Tank” Davis versus Ryan “King” Garcia.
While other top matchups are still awaiting agreements, dates, and venues, five-time, three-division champion Tank Davis of Baltimore (28-0, 26 KOs) and undefeated, hard-hitting fan favorite Ryan Garcia of Los Angeles (23-0, 19 KOs) walked the talk and got the fight on the calendar. Whatever the outcome, both should be acknowledged for getting their fight over the finish line.
Give these two young men their due credit for making this fight happen when many other exciting matchups still don’t have a date on the 2023 calendar. Photo: Esther Lin, Showtime Boxing
If you’re fortunate to be in Las Vegas for Fight Week, several official events are open to the public, including the weigh-in on Friday, April 21. Fans don’t need tickets to get a close-up look at the athletes and enjoy the festivities, then enjoy one of the many viewing events in town or host your own.
If you can’t make it in person, all events will be broadcast live via Showtime’s multiple platforms. NY Fights will have full coverage of all Fight Week events, concluding in our recap and analysis, including writers Ryan O’Hara and Gayle Falkenthal in Las Vegas and ringside on Saturday. Follow us at @NYFights on Instagram and Twitter.
Main Event Grand Arrivals: Open to the Public
Gervonta Davis will participate in the grand arrivals event on Tuesday. Photo: Esther Lin, Showtime Boxing
MGM Grand Hotel Lobby, 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas 89109
3 p.m. – Ryan Garcia arrival
3:30 p.m. ­– Gervonta Davis arrival
The event will be streamed live on the Showtime Sports YouTube Channel, App, and Facebook Page
Ryan Garcia will make his first formal appearance during Fight Week on Tuesday for the grand arrivals. Photo: Esther LIn, Showtime Boxing
Undercard Fighters Media Workout: Open to the Public
Fans recently enjoyed a media workout in Las Vegas for Benavidez vs Plant. Photo: Stephanie Trapp, TGB Promotions
 
Special appearances by Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia, while undercard fighters show off some skills for the fans and boxing media.
MGM Grand Hotel Casino Floor (Next to TAP and the MGM Sports Book), 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas 8910
1 p.m. – Vito Mielnicki Jr.
1:15 p.m. – Kevin Salgado
1:30 p.m. – Bektemir Melukuziev
1:45 p.m. – Yamaguchi Falcao
2 p.m. – Elijah Garcia
2:15 p.m. – Gabe Rosado
2:30 p.m. – David Morrell Jr.
The event will be streamed live on the Showtime Sports YouTube Channel, App, and Facebook Page
Expect a few last words at the final news conference Thursday. Photo: Ryan Hafey, Premier Boxing Champions
Final News Conference featuring Gervonta Davis, Ryan Garcia, David Morrell, Yamaguchi Falcao, Gabe Rosado, Bektemir Melikuziev, Elijah Garcia, and Kevin Salgado. Fighters get their last say before settling the score on Saturday.
The event will be streamed live on the Showtime Sports YouTube Channel, App, and Facebook Page
Official Weigh-In: Open to the Public
Toshiba Plaza, T-Mobile Arena
Fans will pack Toshiba Plaza outside the T-Mobile Arena for the Davis vs. Garcia weigh-in as they did for the Canelo vs. Bivol weigh-in last May. Photo: Gayle Falkenthal, NY Fights
Fighters weigh in and face off for the final time before the opening bell. Get your last look and final assessment.
The event will be streamed live on the Showtime Sports YouTube Channel, App, and Facebook Page
Live Pay Per View Broadcast, PPV, 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. ET
1 p.m. ­– Doors open at T-Mobile Arena.
Floyd Schofield is already calling out all the young prospects in the lightweight division. Photo: Cris Esqueda, Golden Boy Promotions
There are five non-televised undercard fights:
There are two fights on the countdown show:
The event will be streamed live on the Showtime Sports YouTube Channel, App, and Facebook Page
There are four fights on the pay-per-view card:
Outside the U.S., the fight is available with a regular DAZN subscription in the U.K., Ireland, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Portugal, and Belgium. The start time is 1 am. BST in the UK, and 2 a.m. CEST in Europe. In selected markets, Davis vs Garcia also airs live on pay-per-view on FITE.
Following the card, post-fight news conference will be streamed live on the Showtime Sports YouTube Channel, App, and Facebook Page.
 

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Gayle Falkenthal is an award-winning boxing journalist and the only woman journalist who is a full voting member of the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA). She is West Coast Bureau Chief based in San Diego, California.
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Paddy Pimblett doesn’t expect to be ranked after beating Tony Ferguson at UFC 296 — so he’ll settle for Bobby… – MMA Mania

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Tony Ferguson is not ranked in the Top 15 at 155 pounds.
That’s why Paddy Pimblett doesn’t expect to earn a spot on the lightweight ladder with a victory over the former interim champion when they collide at the upcoming UFC 296 pay-per-view (PPV) event, locked and loaded for Sat., Dec. 16, 2023 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
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“I’ll be honest, I don’t see myself being put in the Top 15 after a win against Tony,” Pimblett told The Energized Show (transcribed by MMA News). “Bobby Green didn’t, and Bobby Green fought — beat him before I did, you know what I mean? So, I can see me fighting someone like that: Bobby Green, Grant Dawson, you know what I mean? Someone like that to get in the rankings.”
Pimblett and Green have a score to settle after this “fathead” incident at UFC San Diego.
“I mean, that’s what I can see after I beat Tony,” Pimblett continued. “Like, especially if the big fella Conor’s [McGregor] coming back in UFC 300, lad. The missus will be due a couple of weeks after that. So, it’d be nice to get another, another fight in, get another payday in before the twins are due.”
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The promotion is currently working on its lineup for the blockbuster UFC 300 card in April, which may be headlined by former two-division champion Conor McGregor. Pimblett vs. Green would be a strong addition, assuming “King” prevails this weekend at UFC Austin.
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Boxing News: Charlo wins in comeback fight » December 4, 2023 – Fight News

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In a grudge match, undefeated WBC middleweight champion Jermall Charlo (32-0, 22 KOs) scored a ten round unanimous decision over José Benavídez Jr. (28-3-1, 19 KOs) in a non-title WBC special event on Saturday night’s Benavidez-Andrade card at the Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Returning after nearly 2 1/2 years, Charlo was stronger than the aggressive Benavidez and won most of the rounds. Benavidez was wobbled in the tenth. Scores were 98-92, 99-91, 100-90.
Give props. He fought well. He knows how to fight.
Charlo did a good job moving, countering, and even leading in many rounds of the fight. Yes, he did well. However, I question if he can even stop Canelo who is much stronger than Benavidez Jr. Charlo will need to beat Canelo on points should they fight. I dont see a KO for Charlo against Canelo.
lol Canelo has never been knocked down let alone knocked out. Charbum absolutely has no chance of even hurting him. Charbum will be the one getting laid out if they fight.
Please nobody wants to see Charlo vs Canelo. The only fight for Canelo is Benavidez.
Benavidez vs Bivol is what we really want to see
Charlo very dominant, Jose put a valiant effort, but lacks fundamental
He should be ashamed he could not ko Benavides
Boxing should not let this fights go on
In the weigh in looks like over weight boxer is not a problem
But this like putting one live on risk
Charlo was too strong for Benavides
Can’t say I’d be too proud beating a guy two weight classes below me. And he couldn’t stop him? The commentators kept saying solid performance by Charlo and i get it .. he was out 40 months. But still, this was a super middle weight fighting a blown up welterweight. I guess that’s what Benavidez gets for all the pre fight talk. I pick Plant and Morrell over Charlo.
Not to bad after almost three years without fighting but nowhere close to challenge any one of the big names at Super Middle. Plant, Mibilli, Morrel and Benavidez would smoke him.
This fight did not settle in my gut correctly because Charlo missed weight. Under such weight related circumstances, Benavidez hung in there with a solid chin. Charlo’s punches were creative, and his jabs were mean.
Agree E man …Charlo had some good moments….but clearly that finisher that beast we are use to seeing .,.not there… hopefully it is rust…but …Charlo struggling with something else…can clearly see it…I hope that Charlo is “ok” outside the ring…
Yep, how good would charlo have been if he had of sweated off the extra 3-4 pounds and actually made weight ? Possibly a more even playing field for the smaller Benevidez Jr……
Hopefully charlo fights plant next
Not bad for charlo.good fight to get the rust out! Benavidez was talk,talk bullishht and no pop in his punches! Great sportsmanship on charlo at the post fight interview. Bobo gettn’ KO by benavidez next fight! Its a total mismatch, bobo too weak for the hard punching destroyer in benavidez! Bobo’s promoters don’t realize the danger they put him for picking this fight. Benavidez by brutal KO of the year on the 8th or a “no-mas” call out!
Dominated a welter weight (blown up). He got rounds in and maintained composure surprisingly.
I’m at the fight and there are no ring girls! WTF!!!
Benavidez about to stop Boo-boo. One more round
Done.
It was expected! A bobo blow out! Benavidez is in onother level, and not the bums bobo is used to fight and strugled with when he was champion! The most “avoided” title just was too big for bobo!
I don’t think it was right that Charlo be allowed to come in so heavy in violation of the contractual catch weight limit of 163. He likely was close to 170 when he stepped into the ring, more than 7-8 lbs heavier than Benavidez. He enjoyed a height advantage too. Totally unfair. Credit to Jose for putting up a valiant effort. Charlo couldn’t knock him out either. I personally am not very impressed with Charlo. He wants the big money that fighting Canelo or David Benavidez would bring, but it’s obvious that he would be no match for either. His more immediate goal should be to fight Plant, so he can save face and exact revenge for Plant slapping him. This is the reason that Plant slapped him too, to force him to choose Plant as an opponent with the title on the line.
Jose Benavides was out boxed. He did show he has a decent chin. Charlo didn’t have enough punching power to stop Benavides. Charlo will not beat Alvarez.
Just wanted to note….Charlo …I am praying for you….you are a man before a fighter…In your corner in “life”….hang in there champ…
Charlo is done at top level. I think Plant beats him at 168 and benavidez would knock him out as quick as he did Andrade. If he has to fight Adames at the middleweight limit, then he loses that too.
Way to go Charlo!
ok, lets just hope that we dont now have
canelo-charlo. if so, another hard pass for me
Surprised he couldn’t KO him. Jose Jr, a career Welterweight comes in at a catch weight of 163. Meanwhile Charlo, a natural Middleweight comes in 3.4# over at 166.4. So you had an overweight out of shape Welterweight fighting a Super Middleweight.

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What time is the Floyd Mayweather vs. John Gotti III fight tonight … – DAZN

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Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather is back in the ring tonight for another exhibition fight as he prepares to face John Gotti III in Florida.
Mayweather has not had a professional fight since he ended his career on 50-0 following his huge event with Conor McGregor in 2017.
His most recent exhibition show was up against Aaron Chalmers in February 2023, in London.
Gotti last fought Albert Tulley at Rockin Fights 43 at the beginning of October last year, securing a decision victory in MMA, where he has a 5-1-0 record.
Here's all you need to know ahead of Mayweather vs. Gotti.
The event is set to get underway at 2 a.m. BST / 9 p.m. ET with the main event ringwalks scheduled for 4 a.m. BST / 11 p.m. ET. These timings could change due to the length of the undercard fights. 
The Zeus Network will be showing the event globally on PPV.
The fight will take place at FLA Live Arena, Florida, in the United States.

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