A look at “Tank’s” greatest performances as the undefeated superstar aims to deliver another highlight-reel KO when he defends his world lightweight title against fellow undefeated hard-hitter Rolando “Rolly” Romero Saturday night on SHOWTIME pay-per-view.
The fight that was meant to be just ‘another’ fight for the Tank has taken a complete turnaround as both boxers have frequently been involved in all forms of trash talk that one could have imagined. The bad blood between the two is real as both of them are itching to let their hands go when they meet each other in the ring this Saturday.
Here’s the article going to reveal to you, everything need to know the Davis vs. Romero fight schedule, Pay Per View cost, ring walk (main card) time, and how to stream or watch the boxing fight around the world.
How to order Davis vs Romero Showtime PPV
Date: Saturday, May 28
Main card: 9 p.m. ET
Main event ring walks (approx): 11:15 p.m. ET
TV Channel (US): ShowTime PPV ($74.99)
The fight is set to take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y, the home to the Brooklyn Nets of the NBA.
Tank Davis vs Romero fight preview
The 27-year-old Davis (26-0, 24 KOs) will be representing his long-time ‘Mayweather promotions’ for one last time as both parties had hinted at parting ways from each other ahead of the fight. Davis made his last appearance in the ring back in December 2021 where he squeezed the victory against a much more defiant opponent in the form of Isaac Cruz. Cruz pushed Davis to the ropes all night and almost snatched the victory from the mouth of the undefeated champion. But Davis stood firm, held his ground, and walked away with the unanimous decision victory on the night.
While Romero (14-0,12 KOs) fought two times in 2021, winning both bouts inside the distance over Avery Sparrow and Anthony Yigit. Romero is well aware of the fact that a win over a fighter of caliber like ‘Tank’ can sky-rocket his career to a whole new level and cometh this Saturday, he will be looking to pounce on every opportunity that will be presented to him.
For Davis, it’s a matter of respect now. A crushing a win against a rather mediocre fighter like Romero can open a flood of opportunities in the star-studded lightweight division for him.
Davis vs Romero fight card
- Gervonta Davis vs. Rolando Romero, 12 rounds, lightweight – Davis’ WBA lightweight title
- Erislandy Lara vs. Gary O’Sullivan, 12 rounds, middleweight – Lara’s WBA middleweight title
- Jesus Alejandro Ramos vs. Lucas Santamaria, 10 rounds, super welterweight
- Eduardo Ramirez vs. Luis Melendez, 10 rounds, super featherweight
- Luis Arias vs. Jimmy Williams, 10 rounds, super welterweight
- Jalil Hackett vs. Jose Belloso, 6 rounds, welterweight