Tank Davis vs Ryan Garcia was a PPV smash hit plus 5th highest gate in Nevada history

The blockbuster match between Davis and Garcia was held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and was a major draw for boxing fans. The pay-per-view results for the highly anticipated match are in, and they’re huge.

In the ring, Davis showcased his skills as he dominated Garcia. Davis stopped him in the seventh round with a body shot, giving him the biggest win of his professional career so far.

Reports suggest that the pay-per-view event generated an impressive 1.2 million buys across various platforms, including Showtime and DAZN. The ticket sales also reached a staggering $22.8 million, making it the fifth-largest in Nevada’s history.

In comparison, the gate for Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 was $17.1 million.

However, Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao is still Nevada’s highest-grossing boxing match, with a staggering gate of $72.2 million. Meanwhile, Mayweather’s bout with Conor McGregor generated $55.4 million. Additionally, Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin 1 and 2 produced $27.1 million and $24.5 million, respectively.

The success of the Davis vs. Garcia bout highlights the public’s desire for high-profile matches. With this victory, Davis has proved he has what it takes to become the new face of boxing.

The two competitors remained friendly after Davis knocked Garcia out. However, Garcia now believes that there was a mole in his training camp before the match.

Ryan Garcia stated on his Instagram account: “Actually sad I had a mole in my camp. Like wtf that’s crazy but thank God it’s brought to light now.”

He then added: “Also, didn’t mean for that to come off as an excuse or anything. I lost, period. I’ll come back but I’m just shocked that part of my team crossed me, someone close to me. Unbelievable. But it’s a testimony that you must be aware of everyone.”

It seems like Garcia’s training partner Erdenebat Tsendbaatar is allegedly the mole. He came out on social media by replying to Garcia’s allegations. Tsendbaatar is a professional boxer from Mongolia with a 5-0 unbeaten record.