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Ryan Garcia vs. Oscar Duarte fight time, live stream, more for super lightweight bout

Ryan Garcia and Oscar Duarte are set to face off in a super lightweight bout on Saturday, December 2. We break down when the fight starts and how to watch the full card.

Ryan Garcia v Oscar Duarte - Press Conference Photo by Cris Esqueda/Golden Boy/Getty Images

Ryan Garcia will make his long-awaited return to the ring Saturday, December 2 in a 12-round super lightweight bout against Oscar Duarte (26-1-1, 21 KOs) from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.

How to watch Ryan Garcia vs. Oscar Duarte

DAZN will be handling the broadcast for this fight starting at 8 p.m. ET. The first three fights on the undercard will be available on Golden Boy Boxing’s YouTube channel.

The main event should be expected to start around 11 p.m. ET.

Fighter history

It’s the first fight for Garcia (23-1, 19 KOs), a 25-year-old from Orange County, California, since his knockout loss to Gervonta “Tank” Davis in their April super fight. He remains the gem of the Golden Box boxing stable, but previous to the fight with Davis, Garcia’s competition was questioned. He has a TKO win over Luke Campbell from January 2, 2021, and that fight won him the WBC interim lightweight title. But he moved up in weight to take on Davis. Now he’ll stay at 135 where the division is very deep and Garcia will have to prove he can swim with sharks.

Durate is a rugged, hard-hitting fighter that could test Garcia in the early rounds. He bounced back from a split-decision loss to Adrian Estrella in 2019 to win his next 10 fights by knockout or TKO. Durate is moving up from lightweight for this fight, so he’ll be at a slight size disadvantage, but he will test Garcia’s mettle and an upset win here would breed another potential star in the 135-pound division.

Fight odds

DraftKings Sportsbook has Garcia set as a -425 favorite while Duarte is a +295 underdog.

Full card for Ryan Garcia vs. Oscar Duarte

  • Main event: Ryan Garcia vs. Oscar Duarte, 12 rounds, super lightweight
  • Ohara Davies vs. Ismael Barroso, 12 rounds, for the vacant WBA interim junior welterweight title
  • Floyd Schofield vs. Ricardo Torres, 10 rounds, lightweight
  • Shane Mosley Jr. vs. Joshua Conley, 10 rounds, middleweight
  • Darius Fulghum vs. Pachino Hill, 8 rounds, light heavyweight
  • Asa “Ace” Stevens vs. Dominique Griffin, 4 rounds, super bantamweight
  • Gael Cabrera vs. Alejandro Dominquez, 4 rounds, bantamweight
  • Sean Garcia vs. Joseph Johnson, 4 rounds, lightweight