This Saturday January 2 will be the fight of Ryan Garcia vs Luke campbell, for the Interim Lightweight World Championship of the CMB, and here in the Box Billboard We tell you where to watch the fight, on which channel and at what time.
The fight will be in the American Airlines Center in the city of Dallas, texas, and will have a limited audience.
Garcia come into this match as the favorite to win. However, this will be your first major test of your professional career. The young man ‘King ry‘, has a perfect record of 20 wins, 17 of them by knockout without any loss.
He had a positive 2019 year in which he recorded two first-round knockout victories, against Romero Duno and Jose Lopez. And in 2020 he only had one meeting, before Francisco Fonseca who he dispatched on the fast track in one round.
Ryan He has been talking a lot about his desire to become a world champion and also face the best fighters at 135 pounds; names like those of Gervonta Davis, Teófimo López and Devin Haney have been mentioned by both the fighter and his promoter, Oscar de la hoya.
CampbellFor his part, he is a battle-hardened and experienced fighter. He won the gold medal at the 2012 London Olympics, and in his history there are fights against Jorge Linares or Vasiliy Lomachenko. He has a record of 20 wins, 3 losses, and 16 knockouts.
The Englishman had a blank year 2020, without any fight, but in 2019 he got a victory against Adrian yung who he beat by knockout in 5 rounds, then fell to Vasyl Lomachenko by unanimous decision in the O2 Arena in Greenwich.
So here we tell you where to see the Ryan Garcia vs. Luke Campbell fight, on which channel and at what time.
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The undercard will kick off this Saturday at 3 pm ET. It is expected that Garcia and Campbell They are on their way to the ring around 6 pm ET, depending on the development of the previous bouts.
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