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Gervonta Davis

Light Weight



  • Maryland, USA

KO 27



L 0



D 0


5′ 5½″
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Gervonta “Tank” Davis, born on November 7, 1994, is a prominent American professional boxer who has achieved multiple world championships across three weight classes. His accolades include securing the WBA (Regular) lightweight title since 2016, the IBF super featherweight title in 2017, the WBA (Super) super featherweight title twice between 2018 and 2021, and the WBA (Regular) super lightweight title in 2021. Notably, Davis is known for his impressive punching power, tactical intelligence in the ring, and adept counter-punching ability. His knockout-to-win percentage stands at an impressive 93%.

Early Life: Raised in the crime-ridden Sandtown-Winchester community in West Baltimore, Davis experienced a challenging upbringing. He attended Digital Harbor High School but decided to drop out to focus on his boxing career. He later earned his secondary degree through a GED program.

Amateur Career: Davis began training at the Upton Boxing Center at the age of five, under the guidance of Calvin Ford. His successful amateur career saw him win various national championships, including the 2012 National Golden Gloves Championship. His amateur record culminated at 206 wins and 15 losses.

Professional Career: Davis entered the professional boxing scene with his debut fight at the age of 18. He quickly showcased his skills with a series of victories, often via knockout, solidifying his reputation as a rising star.

IBF Super Featherweight Champion: In 2016, Davis faced off against undefeated José Pedraza for the IBF super featherweight title. Davis emerged victorious, claiming the title with a seventh-round knockout. His performance displayed composure and tactical acumen, drawing comparisons to his mentor, Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Davis vs. Walsh: Davis’ first title defense took him to London, England, where he faced Liam Walsh. The fight, dubbed “Show me the Money,” saw Davis retaining his IBF title with a third-round stoppage. Despite controversy surrounding the stoppage, Davis showcased his power and precision in the ring.

Gervonta Davis’ journey from his challenging upbringing in Baltimore to becoming a multiple-weight class world champion reflects his determination, skill, and dedication within the realm of professional boxing.







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