Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia gain weight, but must be regulated.

Gervonta "Tank" Davis and Ryan Garcia had to be held outside T-Mobile Arena on Friday as a boisterous crowd of both fighters' supporters looked on ahead of Saturday's superfight.

Davis lightly shoved Garcia after they hit the scales under the 136-pound catchweight limit. Garcia retaliated with a retaliatory shove,

while numerous people linked with each combatant formed a barrier between them.

Davis weighed 135.1 pounds, while Garcia weighed 135.5 pounds, his lowest weight since January 2021.

"I think [Davis] and Bernard [Hopkins] started getting into it, and then it just became something crazy," said Garcia, 24, who has fought twice at 140 pounds. 

My attention is now solely on Gervonta Davis." This is why I kept staring at him. I'm ready to annihilate him."

Garcia (23-0, 19 KOs) stated he was able to eat breakfast but that he isn't finished losing weight yet. 

That's because the contract has a rehydration provision, which Davis sought, stating that neither boxer will be permitted to weigh more than 146 pounds at a second weigh-in on Saturday morning.