All eyes are now on the upcoming fight between Ryan Garcia and Gervonta Davis since the highly anticipated heavyweight bout between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk has fallen apart for the time being.
Boxing enthusiasts and analysts are busy predicting the outcome of this exciting match-up. The Davis vs. Garcia fight has created a lot of buzz in the boxing community, and the victor is expected to bask in the glory of their victory.
In a recent interview with FightHype, Jermall Charlo, the reigning undisputed Light Middleweight champion, weighed in on the upcoming fight between Tank and Garcia.
Charlo expressed his views on the only way Ryan could emerge victorious against Tank. Interestingly, he appeared to favor Garcia over Tank in the interview.
During a recent interview, Jermall Charlo was asked to share his thoughts on the much-awaited fight between Ryan and Davis. When prompted whether he believes Garcia can emerge as the winner against Gervonta, Charlo gave his response.
“Do I think he will beat Tank? No. But who do you want it for? Ryan. Did that make sense? Like f**k it, don’t worry about it.”
Although Charlo made an earlier prediction, he acknowledged that he sees potential in Garcia to defeat ‘Tank’.
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Charlo’s candid prediction emphasizes the challenge of predicting the outcome of a highly anticipated fight. While he isn’t fully convinced that Garcia will win, he recognizes the possibility of an upset and the potential for an unforgettable match.
It’s worth noting the history between ‘Tank’ Davis and Floyd Mayweather. Davis had originally planned to hold a training camp at Mayweather’s gym for his upcoming fight against ‘KingRy’, as revealed in his now-deleted tweet.
Gervonta Davis, who was formerly promoted by Floyd Mayweather Jr., disclosed that he’s been prohibited from training at Mayweather’s gym.
Davis had planned to conduct his training camp at the Mayweather Boxing Club in preparation for his match against Ryan Garcia. However, Mayweather did not approve of this arrangement, resulting in him blocking Davis’s access to the gym before Garcia’s showdown.
“What? That Floyd’s petty ass said I couldn’t use his gym anymore. I don’t give a f—!”
Despite the conflict, Davis is scheduled to go head-to-head with Garcia in a much-anticipated fight at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
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