#GervontaDavis moves up two weight classes to become a three-division world champion with a spectacular body shot TKO over previously unbeaten Mario Barrios in the #DavisBarrios Showtime PPV Saturday, June 26, 2021 in Atlanta.
The undefeated Gervonta Davis (20-0, 19 KOs) scored three knockdowns in less than three rounds to win his second title in the super featherweight division against Jesus Cuellar
Five-time world champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis, boxing’s hottest attraction, and unbeaten No. 1-ranked contender and mandatory challenger Rolando Romero went face to face and chest-to-chest at a hot-tempered press conference on Thursday to preview their volatile matchup for Davis’s WBA Lightweight Title taking place Saturday, May 28 on SHOWTIME PPV from Barclays Center in Brooklyn headlining a Premier Boxing Champions event.
This week on The PBC Podcast, hosts Kenneth Bouhairie and Michael Rosenthal look back at Sunday night's thrilling battle between Gervonta "Tank" Davis and Isaac "Pitbull" Cruz. Plus, a breakdown of the entire card and, in the Toe to Toe section, the top five possible opponents for Davis. Finally, a look ahead to the return of Nonito Donaire Saturday night on SHOWTIME and the 2022 Hall of Fame class.
Boxing superstar and five-time world champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis put his boxing skills on display, winning a rousing 12-round round unanimous decision over the relentless Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz to retain his WBA Lightweight World Title.
Gervonta "Tank" Davis hosted a media workout at Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas yesterday, and if you ask us, he looks cool, calm, and collected ahead of his lightweight world championship against Isaac "Pitbull" Cruz Jr on December 5th.
Relive the round where Gervonta "Tank" Davis detonated a left uppercut that put Leo Santa Cruz to sleep and earned him the title of Two-Division World Champion.
This Week on The PBC Podcast, we preview Saturday night's entire SHOWTIME pay-per-view card featuring undefeated two-division champion Gervonta Davis moving up two weight classes to challenge unbeaten WBA World 140-pound champion Mario Barrios.