Eight months since his maiden professional loss to Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis, Ryan Garcia will return to action against Oscar Duarte Jurado on December 2 at the Toyota Centre in Houston.
Organized by Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions, Garcia seems to be having a tough time with his promoters. In the latest press conference, Garcia went off on Bernard Hopkins and Oscar De La Hoya for predicting the youngster’s career-end.
While ‘KingRy’ is still in contract with Golden Boy Promotions, there can be a split very soon. That said, Ryan Garcia needs to return to the win column to grab another world title shot. In an active career of 23-1, the 25-year-old holds 23 KO in his favor. But Ryan Garcia is yet to become a world champion like his contemporaries like ‘Tank’ Davis, ‘Dream’ Haney, Teofimo Lopez, and others.
Akin to Garcia, his opponent has also lost only once in his entire career so far. Oscar Duarte (26-1-1) has more professional experience than Ryan Garcia. Hence, it will be interesting to see how ‘KingRy’ performs after the set-back against ‘Tank’ Davis on his in-ring comeback.
Ryan Garcia vs Oscar Duarte Jurado: When and Where To Watch The Fight Live?
Excluding Australia and New Zealand, Garcia vs Duarte will be streamed live on DAZN across 200 countries in the world. Meanwhile, fans in Argentina, Chile, and Colombia shall have to download the DAZN application and then watch the fight after signing up, instead of accessing directly through web browser.
The event will begin at 2 AM CET/ 1 AM UK Time/ 8 PM ET. Ryan Garcia and Oscar Duarte are expected to begin their main-event ring walk at 5 AM CET/ 4 AM UK Time/ 11 PM ET. However, the timings can change depending on how long the undercard bouts last. Here’s a look at the complete Fight Card for the event
Ryan Garcia vs. Oscar Duarte; Super lightweight
Floyd Schofield vs. Ricardo Lopez; Lightweight
Shane Mosley Jr. vs. Joshua Conley; Middleweight
Darius Fulghum vs. Pachino Hill; Light heavyweight
Asa Stevens vs. Dominique Griffin; Super bantamweight
Gael Cabrera vs. Alejandro Dominguez; Bantamweight
Sean Garcia vs. Joseph Johnson; Lightweight
Danilo Diez vs. Jorge Lopez; Super lightweight