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Full undercard for Davis vs Barrios junior welterweight title fight

We take a look at what to expect from the full card as Gervonta Davis faces Mario Barrios for the WBA junior welterweight title.

Erickson Lubin celebrates with his trainer after the WBC World Super Welterweight Championship Eliminator against Zakaria Attou at NRG Arena on June 29, 2019 in Houston, Texas. Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images

Gervonta Davis and Mario Barrios square off in Atlanta Saturday evening in a WBA junior welterweight title bout that headlines what should be a fun main card of boxing. The event will air on Showtime with the main card scheduled to start at 9 p.m. ET, per Showtime. The cable channel will also air it via live stream through Showtime Anytime.

Davis-Barrios is an intriguing fight with Davis taking a step up in weight to face a fighter in Barrios who has spent much of his career at 140 pounds. It’s a big challenge with Barrios’ title on the line and should make for an exciting close to the evening.

However, the night will feature several notable fights with some short- and long-term implications. The penultimate fight of the evening will see Erickson Lubin and Jeison Rosario square off in what is being described as a WBC super welterweight title eliminator. The winner could get a shot at the winner of July’s fight between Jermall Charlo and Brian Castano.

The main card will also include a WBA junior welterweight title eliminator between Batyr Akhmedov and Argenis Mendez. The winner would become the mandatory for the winner of the Davis-Barrios fight.

Here’s a full rundown of the card for Saturday’s event in Atlanta.

Davis vs. Barrios full card

Main card (Showtime PPV)

  • Gervonta Davis vs. Mario Barrios, 12 rounds, super lightweight – Barrios’ WBA junior welterweight title
  • Erickson Lubin vs. Jeison Rosario, 12 rounds, junior middleweight – WBC junior middleweight title eliminator
  • Carlos Adames vs. Alexis Salazar, 10 rounds, super welterweight
  • Batyr Akhmedov vs. Argenis Mendez, 12 rounds, super lightweight – WBA junior welterweight title eliminator

Undercard (non-televised)

  • Leduan Barthelemy vs. Viktor Slavinsky, 8 rounds, super featherweight
  • Andres Gutierrez vs. Angel Hernandez, 8 rounds, super lightweight
  • Dalton Bodie vs. Trever Bradshaw, 4 rounds, super middleweight
  • Stacey Selby vs. William Parra Smith, 4 rounds, super lightweight