Since last December, a lot has happened in the life of Gervonta Davis. On December 27, the American boxer was charged with domestic battery, for which he had to stay in jail one night and later got bailed out for $1k with several legal restrictions.
After bailing out, Tank faced Hector Luis Garcia at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., on January 7. Many questioned his mental stability, but he defeated the Dominican boxer and retained his WBA (regular) lightweight title.
Damn, I hit that hard? https://t.co/8hVjW6dEDi
— Gervonta Davis (@Gervontaa) January 8, 2023
As it is announced, the 28-0 southpaw is set to square off against another undefeated boxer, Ryan Garcia, in Paradise, Nevada, on April 15, 2023.
Prior to this upcoming epic battle many have shared their opinion regarding who could win the bout, recently talking to ESNEWS Mexican professional boxer, Canelo Alveraz has also picked up his winner for the fight,
“I think Tank has more experience. He’s got more things in his boxing skills. I think Tank, but it’s going to be a good fight,”
Canelo will bet on Davis because of his massive experience in the ring; however, the opponent of the fight, Ryan Garcia, has a totally different perception of the result of the upcoming clash.
Last month, appearing on the Joe Pomp Show, the flash revealed he would finish Davis within the first two rounds of the fight as he considered himself better than him.
“Prediction for the fight – I say I’ll beat him in about two rounds. Part of me knows that I am just better than him. What I’ve seen from him. What I know about myself. What I know they are underestimating, just by the way he speaks and just how he fights.”
Though later on, Gervonta Davis brushes off Ryan Garcia’s prediction, she is assured that he acknowledged the statement and is working to do better.