Gervonta Davis reveals when he will retire


American Gervonta “Tank” Davis (27-0, 25 KOs), who at the age of 28 was a world champion of various significance in three weight categories, and now holds a secondary WBA World title in the lightweight division (up to 61.2 kg), claims that he is not going to stay in boxing and perform until his advanced years by the standards of this sport.

At the same time, the deadlines allotted to himself during the profiring are prudently very blurred by Gervonta and can, if desired, be strongly shifted in any direction.

“I will not dissemble, I will not try to stay here for a long time. I’ll deal with all these guys – and goodbye, ”Tank said.

At the same time, Davis already knows what he will do after he hangs his gloves on a nail:

“I just want to help those who come after me in the future.”

In any case, this is not relevant yet, because already on January 7, Gervonta is scheduled to defend his title against the Dominican Hector Luis Garcia (16-0, 10 KOs), and if he wins in April, he must hold a megafight against compatriot Ryan Garcia (23 -0.19 KOs).

And “Tank” will kill Garcia, says the fighter, once terribly knocked out in the 1st round.