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A massive showdown in Los Angeles headlines the latest PPV offering from Showtime Boxing. Two-division champion Gervonta "Tank" Davis returns to the lightweight division on Sunday night to take on a late replacement in Isaac Cruz as the 135-pound division undergoes some changes at the top. The three of the four recognized titles in the division now reside in Australia after George Kambosos shocked Teofimo Lopez by decision a week ago. Now, some of the top fighters in the division seemed to be lining up to get a crack at Kambosos and a massive payday.

Cruz stepped into the fight one month out when Davis' original opponent, Rolando Romero, was forced to withdraw from the fight after a flurry of sexual assault allegations. What fans received in the wake of Romero's withdrawal is a far better fight on paper, with Cruz's relentless pressure meeting Davis' shocking power in a fight guaranteed to produce fireworks.

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The card takes place from Staples Center in Los Angeles and features four fights on the pay-per-view broadcast, each of which has the potential to bring thrilling action to the ring.

The action gets underway at 8 p.m. ET on Showtime pay-per-view. The full fight card with odds from Caesars Sportsbook and complete viewing information is listed below.

Viewing information

  • Date: Dec. 5 | Location: Staples Center -- Los Angeles
  • Start time: 8 p.m. ET
  • How to watch: Showtime PPV | Price: $74.99
  • Stream: Showtime.com and the Showtime app

Davis vs. Cruz fight card, odds

  • Gervonta Davis -1500 vs. Isaac Cruz +850, lightweight
  • Sebastian Fundora -260 vs. Sergio Garcia +210, junior middleweight
  • Sergiy Derevyanchenko -440 vs. Carlos Adames +340, middleweight
  • Eduardo Ramirez -500 vs. Miguel Marriaga +380, junior lightweight