Undefeated Ryan Garcia is already gearing up for his potential showdown with WBA 'regular' lightweight champion Gervonta 'Tank' Davis.

Their anticipated showdown, which is going to be distributed by Showtime Pay-Per-View, is targeted to take place in the month of April.

Davis was in action earlier this month, when he broke down and stopped unbeaten Hector Luis Garcia in eight rounds.

Ryan Garcia has a made a decision to bypass a planned January interim-fight - as he wants to head directly to a fight with Davis.

Garcia admits that he's concerned with Davis' legal issues.

Leading up to his most recent fight, Davis was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence in the state of Florida. The boxer's partner would later deny any claim of a physical altercation - and expressed regret for calling local authorities.

However, Davis is also due in court next month in connection to an alleged 2020 hit-and-run accident in Baltimore. Last month, the judge overseeing the case rejected a plea deal that involved no jail time for Davis, who faces fourteen misdemeanor counts of traffic violations.

“That is definitely a concern,” Garcia said to The MMA Hour. “I don’t know his temperament. I think he might have anger problems, but you know what, in that situation, I’m not going to really speak on that, because I don’t know what’s going in his personal life with him and his girl. I don’t know what they do. I don’t think it’s right to hit anybody, a female, but I don’t want to speak on it too much because I don’t know the full details.”