Davis to walk for another two weeks, then – to court


The popular American lightweight Gervonta Davis (27-0, 25 KOs) remains at large for two weeks – and then he will have to go to court hearings. How
writes ESPN columnist Mike Coppinger, the lawsuit against the boxer will be considered on October 19.

It’s about handshaking.

The allegations relate to his alleged involvement in the Feb. 20 incident in which Davis “was seen beating up his ex-girlfriend” (according to police).

Gervonta is also charged with running a red light, causing a collision with several cars, and fleeing the scene in Baltimore. This trial is due to begin on December 12th.

The American puncher is still itching: he recently almost got into a fight with Garcia in a nightclub. Their fight is tentatively scheduled for December.