Gervonta Davis-Ryan Garcia: Rematch clause in play only if Garcia wins on April 22

Ryan Garcia is risking it all.

Following reports the April 22 superfight between the rising Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia was in jeopardy because of a dispute over the rematch clause, Garcia and team have decided to go all-in. has learned both fighters are contractually obligated to a rematch only if Garcia defeats Davis in their 12-round, 136-pound bout in Las Vegas

If Davis loses, he will then have the option of exercising his contractual right to an immediate rematch within a certain time frame following their fight. If Garcia loses, Davis won’t have to fight him again.

Davis, 28, and Garcia, 24, confirmed Friday their highly-anticipated fight will officially place. The targeted date for their fight had long been April 15, but it was ultimately pushed back a week.

Three Las Vegas venues – the Raiders’ Allegiant Stadium, MGM Grand Garden Arena and T-Mobile Arena – are under consideration for what appears to be the biggest fight on the 2023 schedule.

Baltimore’s Davis (28-0, 26 KOs) is coming off a ninth-round TKO of previously unbeaten Dominican southpaw Hector Luis Garcia on January 7 in Washington D.C. Garcia (23-0, 19 KOs), of Victorville, California,

Garcia (23-0, 19 KOs), of Victorville, California, withdrew from a planned January tuneup against Filipino southpaw Mercito Gesta (33-3-3, 17 KOs), which would’ve taken place January 28. The rising star last fought on July 16, when he knocked out Dominican southpaw Javier Fortuna (37-4-1, 26 KOs) in the sixth round at Arena in Los Angeles.

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