Gervonta “Tank” Davis Knocks Out Martin In The 8th, Is A Unification Bout Next?

Gervonta “Tank” Davis Knocks Out Martin In The 8th, Is A Unification Bout Next?

Gervonta “Tank” Davis once again showed his signature fighting style on Saturday night, June 15th, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Against Frank “The Ghost” Martin, he followed his usual pattern of letting his opponent take control early on and then turning up the heat in the middle rounds to secure a knockout victory.

In a matchup between two southpaws, Martin came out strong in the first round, showcasing his footwork and landing shots to the body. However, as the fight progressed, Davis started to find his rhythm, landing solid punches to the head and body of Martin.

By the eighth round, Davis had Martin cornered and unleashed a flurry of punches that sent his opponent to the canvas. With this victory, Davis retained his WBA world lightweight title and added another impressive knockout to his record.

Looking ahead, Davis has a number of exciting options in the lightweight division for potential unification bouts. Whether it’s facing off against Vasiliy Lomachenko or Shakur Stevenson, Davis is ready to take on the best in the division and continue his undefeated streak.

With his unparalleled talent and unbeaten record, Gervonta “Tank” Davis is proving to be a force to be reckoned with in the boxing world. As he looks towards potential future matchups and the possibility of surpassing Mayweather’s 50-0 record, Davis is set to solidify his place as one of the greatest fighters of his generation.

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