Garcia is much more marketable. He has a movie star look, so he has appealed to the younger demographic who actually buy his fights. He also appeals to the Mexican-American guys because of his ancestry. He also will always get the core boxing fan to bet his fights because we get every fight. From what I've been hearing, Tank isn't a PPV guy. He can get people to come to his shows provided that they are either in Baltimore or California, but other than that, I haven't seen him do well anywhere else. I don't think he's ever done a show in Las Vegas or New York. And his PPV numbers have tanked the last couple performances, just like many PPV's lately. People are getting wise the the Showtime/PPC paradigm of putting trash shows on PPVs.