The year 2021 begins with a bang when Ryan Garcia meets Luke Campbell for the interim WBC lightweight title on Saturday, January 2 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
It while be Garcia’s highly anticipated return to the ring for his first match since the COVID-19 pandemic brought the sporting world to a standstill last year. The fight was originally scheduled for December 5, but was postponed when Campbell tested positive for coronavirus. The fight now restarts with a limited number of fans following the social distancing guidelines. The winner while be in line to challenge current WBC lightweight champion Devin Haney.
Garcia (20-0, 17 Los) is recognized by many as the future of boxing. With his phenomenal speed and power coupled with his massive social media presence, King Ry aims to become the sport’s biggest star in the next few years. He established himself as a contender with a pair of consecutive first-round knockouts against Romero Duo in 2019 and Francisco Fonseca in early 2020.
“I feel bad for Luke,” Garcia said at a virtual press conference. “He’s just the first of my opponents going to get bad. I’m older, stronger and recovering. I already felt like I was recovering for the Fonseca fight. I was on a roll and ready to take control. God said. How it was supposed to be. I can’t wait to punish Luke Campbell. I want to break his eye. I want to break his bones. I want to break everything. ”
Campbell (20-3, 16 Los) serves as the toughest test to date for the 22-year-old and refuses to become another name on the young fighter’s growing resume. The 2012 Olympic gold medalist is a proven contender who has challenged players like Vasiliy Lomachenko and Jorge Linares. He’s never been stopped and has the boxing pedigree to test whether Garcia is another overrated contender.
When is Ryan Garcia vs. Luke Campbell?
- Date: Saturday january 2
- Time: 3 p.m. ET
- Garcia-Campbell: 6 pm ET
The main undercards of Garcia vs. Campbell begins at 3 p.m. ET. Garcia and Campbell were hoping to do their walks around the ring around 6 p.m. ET, although the timing depends on the length of previous fights.
Garcia vs. Campbell TV Channel, Live Stream: How to Watch the Fight
The Garcia-Campbell fight while be broadcast live globally on Dan, to more than 200 countries and territories, including the US and Canada.
Those interested in watching the fight can find Dan on a number of different systems, including but not limited to Amazon Fire TV / stick, Android, Apple TV, Google Chromes, iOS devices, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox. X / S and Roku series.
Viewers can also find it on Dan.com using browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari.
How much does Garcia vs. Campbell?
- Subscription: $19.99 / month or $99.99 / year
A Dan subscription gives you access to the Garcia vs. Campbell fight.
In the United States, a monthly subscription is $19.99 and an annual subscription is $99.99.
In Canada, a monthly subscription is $20 Cads and an annual subscription is $150 Cads. ( There is also a 30-day free trial in Canada.)
The subscription provides access to all live events and all on-demand programming on the streaming service.
Where while Garcia vs. Campbell?
The fight between Garcia and Campbell while take place at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. A limited number of fans while assist with current social distancing guidelines.
Garcia vs Campbell betting
According to DraftKings, Garcia is a -400 favorite against Campbell, which means you’ll have to bet $400 to win $100. Meanwhile, Campbell is a +275 underdog, meaning if you bet $100, you could win $275.
Ryan Garcia record and biography
- Name: Ryan Garcia
- Nationality: American
- Born: August 8, 1998
- Height: 5-10
- Reach: 70 inches
- Total fights: twenty
- Record: 20-0 with 17 knockouts
Luke Campbell Biography and Record
- Name: Luke campbell
- Nationality: British
- Born: September 27, 1987
- Height: 5-9
- Reach: 71 inches
- Total fights: 2. 3
- Record: 20-3 with 16 knockouts
Ryan Garcia vs. Luke Campbell Fight Card
- Ryan Garcia vs. Luke Campbell for Interim WBC Lightweight Title
- Rene Alvarado vs. Roger Gutierrez for the WBA Super Featherweight Title (Regular) from Alvarado
- Felix Alvarado vs DeeJay Ariel for the IBF Jr. Flyweight title from Alvarado
- Raúl Curiel vs. Ramses Agaton; Welterweight
- Sean García against René Márquez; Light
- TrisBayreutheuth against Jorge Martínez; Cruiweightsht
- Asa Stevens against Francisco Bonilla; Bantamweight
- Franchon Crews vs. Ashleigh Curry; Women’s smiddleweight Alext
- Alex Rincón against Sergio González; Super welterweight
- Trinidad Vargas vs. TBA; Super flyweight
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.