The expected fight between Errol Spence Jr. and Danny García will not be on November 21 as planned, but on December 5 in the Fox Sports pay-per-view mode, and with fans in the property, as they have announced that the battle will be at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, in Arlington, Texas.
After it was announced that the battle of Gervonta Davis and Leo Santa Cruz would be on October 31 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, with the possibility of having fans, the same happened with the fight between Spence and Garcia for the weight titles welterweight of the World Boxing Council (WBC) and the International Boxing Federation (IBF). Tickets for Gervonta and Leo’s fight went on sale Monday, and those for Errol and Danny will go on October 14.
Spence and Garcia’s announcement came just minutes after Golden Boy Promotions and Matchroom Boxing announced that December 5 would be the long-awaited matchup between Ryan Garcia and Luke Campbell for the interim WBC lightweight championship.
“I’m back, fighting on December 5 at home, at AT&T Stadium on Fox PPV. Tickets will go on sale on October 14 because fan attendance will be allowed,” announced Spence himself (26-0, 21 Ko’s ) through their social networks. Also Danny (36-2, 21 Ko’s) did the same in his networks.
American Spence fought at the home of the Cowboys in March 2019. He then categorically beat four-time world champion Mikey Garcia for the WBC diamond belt. According to reports from the Premier Boxing Champions serial, that fight was attended by more than 45 thousand fans.
For this occasion they have not announced how many fans will be allowed in the property, but it would be like in the Alamodome, where groups of few people will be allowed who will be isolated from other groups, and always monitored at the entrance and during the event to try to prevent the spread of Covid-19.