Gervonta Davis officially reached superstar status in April after beating fellow unbeaten boxing star Ryan Garcia via seventh-round knockout in a gigantic boxing event that headlined the card at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. It was Davis’ 29th career win, and he established himself as a favorite in online sports betting via the boxing odds.
TANK DAVIS BEATS RYAN GARCIA BY TKO IN ROUND 7 😱😱😱 pic.twitter.com/f8GqegGEF2
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 23, 2023
Prior to this massive victory over “King Ry,” “Tank” fended off the challenge from Hector Luis Garcia via ninth-round TKO in their January 2023 showdown to retain his WBA World Lightweight title. After these incredible back-to-back wins, what is next for Davis? And when will he get back inside the ring to showcase his top-tier boxing skills?
When is Gervonta Davis’ Next Fight?
Gervonta Davis’ next fight is still being determined, but his name is being linked to the winner of the Devin Haney-Vasyl Lomachenko lightweight unification fight. If he doesn’t get the outright title shot with the winner of that fight, he has other options to fight fellow undefeated boxers in the division, such as Shakur Stevenson, William Zepeda, and Frank Martin.
Gervonta Davis Boxing Record and Titles
- Boxing record: 29-0
- Wins by TKO/KO: 27
- Wins by decision: 2
- Number of world titles won: 4
- World titles won: IBF Super Featherweight title, WBA Super Featherweight title, WBA Lightweight title, and WBA Light Welterweight title.
- Number of title defenses: 7
Gervonta Davis Notable Wins
Gervonta Davis’ stacked pile of wins includes the names of Jose Pedraza, Liam Walsh, Francisco Fonseca, Jesus Marcelo Andres Cuellar, Hugo Ruiz, Ricardo Nunez, Yuriorkis Gamboa, Leo Santa Cruz, Mario Barrios, Isaac Cruz, Rolando Romero, Hector Luis Garcia, and Ryan Garcia.
Gervonta Davis Boxing Earnings
Gervonta Davis’ estimated career earnings through boxing have reached over $36 million in only 29 fights. His two biggest paychecks came in his fights with Hector Luis Garcia (he pocketed $4 million) and against Ryan Garcia (where he bagged $10 million).
Gervonta Davis Trainer, Coach, and Cornermen
When Gervonta Davis started boxing as a kid, he was initially trained by Quaadir Gurley at Upton Boxing Center in Baltimore. However, Gurley suffered an untimely death due to a shooting in 2013, and thankfully, Davis retained the proper guidance with Gurley’s son, Calvin Ford, who is still his head coach and trainer.
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