“Came From Nothing”: After Spending 44 Days in Baltimore Jail, Gervonta Davis Pens Heartfelt Message About His Struggles

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Gervonta Davis had a year that was filled with ups and downs. In his highly anticipated match-up against another boxing sensation Ryan Garcia, Davis achieved a sound victory that solidified his position at the top of the lightweight division. His record of 29-0, out of which he won 27 through K.O. is a testament to the strength he holds. There were even talks of him potentially facing off against Devin Haney though the fight couldn’t materialize as ‘The Dream’ went up in weight to face Regis Prograis.

However, fate had something drastic in store for Davis as the boxer found himself in trouble with the law. He pleaded guilty to four counts of hit-and-run after being involved in a car crash. Moreover, he was even sentenced to house arrest for 90 days. However, after he violated the terms of his house arrest, he was sent to serve the rest of his sentence in prison. Here’s what he had to say after the eventful year.

Gervonta Davis’ journey from a tough Baltimore neighborhood to a successful boxing career is a testament to his resilience and determination. Davis, grew up in a world where drug abuse and gun violence were the norm. At just 5 years old, he and his two brothers were placed in foster care, away from their troubled mother. Despite these early hardships, Davis found solace in the gym, where he discovered his passion for boxing. Recently, he made a post on social media that managed to touch the hearts of all his fans. In the Twitter post he wrote, “Came from nothing but that’s not how the world see me…”.

Davis pointed out all the struggles he went through before reaching the pinnacle of success where he is right now. From his troubled and hard childhood, which still to this day has left a mark on him, he managed to rise up as he still remains the undefeated champion in boxing. His journey is undoubtedly inspiring for all to see.

Davis vs Isaac Cruz potential rematch could headline on Amazon Prime

A highly-anticipated rematch between American boxer Gervonta “Tank” Davis and Mexican fighter Isaac Cruz could possibly be a headline event for the official launch of PBC on AMAZON in early 2024. The exact date and location for this clash of titans are yet to be disclosed, so the fans will have to be on the lookout for that announcement.

Their first encounter saw Davis emerge victorious, albeit after going the full twelve rounds, ending Cruz’s impressive 16-fight knockout streak. Isaac Cruz boasts a solid record of 25 wins and 2 losses and one draw in 28 total fights, with 17 wins coming by way of knockout. The 2021 fight between these two was intense, and Cruz, also known as the “Pitbull,” displayed remarkable resilience, pushing Davis to his limits.


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