“Fake St Tear Me Down”: Gervonta Davis Alludes to Lil Tjay and NBA YoungBoy Amidst Hardcore Training

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It has been nearly seven months since Gervonta Davis fought Ryan Garcia with his WBA Lightweight title on the line. Following this bout, as Davis continued to remain a threat in the Lightweight division, Garcia hurriedly moved up to 140 lbs. With Garcia defeated and gone, and the likes of Rolando Romero, Isaac Cruz, and Mario Barrios beaten, it is time that Gervonta “Tank” Davis faces the likes of Shakur Stevenson and Devin Haney.

However, Team Davis has yet to confirm their next fight. But while fans eagerly await Gervonta’s next opponent, the 29-year-old keeps his fans entertained with his messages and photos of hardcore training.
Despite the success he has received inside the ring, fellow boxers have often slammed Gervonta Davis. In the near past, the former Undisputed Lightweight champion Devin Haney claimed that Tank deliberately avoided competitors who could actually put him in a fix. On the other hand, Teofimo Lopez, following his bout against Josh Taylor, while speaking about a potential fight with Davis, insulted him by calling him a “p***y” and a “b**ch.”
In this connection, Tank, who is arguably one of the best pound-for-pound boxers in the world, recently took a jab at his critics. His detractors include the likes of Lopez and Haney. Taking to Instagram, the WBA Lightweight title holder shared a message that read, “Your biggest critics will eventually copy your moves.
In another post, he alluded to the lyrics of “Project Walls” by Lil Tjay and NBA YoungBoy. “Fake s**t tear me down, all the way to my core,” read the screenshot shared by Davis. While Davis replied to his critics with a witty message, let us take a look at the opponents he could potentially fight next in boxing.

Naoya Inoue, Shakur Stevenson, Isaac Cruz, Teofimo Lopez, and Devin Haney: Boxers ‘Tank’ may face next

Naoya Inoue, the current Unified Super Bantamweight champion expressed his desire to climb up to 135 lbs for a fight with Tank. On the other hand, the head of Manny Pacquiao Promotions, Sean Gibbons revealed that there was a chance Isaac Cruz would face Davis in a rematch in 2024. In addition, now that Shakur Stevenson has become the WBC Lightweight champion, it is likely that Davis and Stevenson will share the ring.

Meanwhile, Team Teofimo Lopez and Team Davis recently confirmed that the two boxers could face one another soon. Finally, there is a great chance that Davis and Haney would fight. With so many options available for Davis, fans cannot help but get excited. Hopefully, Davis would also reveal who he is preparing for.

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