Gervonta Davis has established a name for himself as a knockout artist thanks to his partnership with Floyd Mayweather. “Tank” Mayweather, like “Money” Mayweather, has given some thought to how he may squeeze the most success out of his career in the shortest amount of time possible.
Davis, who won the Golden Gloves in 2012, made his debut in the professional ranks in 2013. Davis, who had previously held the IBF super-featherweight title, surrendered it in 2018 after failing to make weight for a bout against Francisco Fonseca. The fight was for the title. In 2018, Davis defeated Yuriorkis Gamboa to win the WBA (Super) super-featherweight title. The following year, in 2019, Davis defeated Gamboa to win the WBA (Regular) lightweight title.
Davis won the WBA (Super) super-featherweight title with a knockout victory in October 2020 against Leo Santa Cruz. The match was for the title. Davis won the WBA (Regular) super-lightweight title with a victory over Mario Barrios, which allowed him to move up in weight class. His most recent bout took place in December when he defeated Isaac Cruz to successfully defend his WBA (Regular) lightweight title.
The fight between Davis and Rolando Romero is scheduled to take place on May 28 at the Barclays Center in New York City. His lightweight title with the WBA (Regular) will be up for grabs in this fight.
The article investigates how Davis has amassed his wealth and where the young boxer ranks among the wealthiest and most prominent athletes in the world. The article is published in The Sporting News.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Davis had a net worth of approximately $4 million in the year 2021.
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Earnings during the course of Gervonta Davis’ career
According to Essentially Sports, Davis earned a total of $1 million for his fight against Hugo Ruiz in 2019, which included a purse of $500,000 plus half of the pay-per-view share. In bouts with Yuriorkis Gamboa and Leo Santa Cruz, he earned a total of one million dollars each (55 percent share in the Gamboa fight, 50 percent against Cruz).
Tank got another million dollars for his battle against Isaac Cruz, which was his most recent bout. He was awarded a part of pay-per-view revenue equal to fifty percent.
According to Total Sportal, Davis stands to make a total of almost two million dollars from his match versus Romero. Around $500,000 is the amount that is anticipated to be gained by Romero.
About 225,000 people purchased Davis’ fight on Showtime, which was against Santa Cruz. Showtime was successful in garnering 215,000 buys for his fight versus Barrios in 2021. At this point in time, it is unknown how his most recent battle against Isaac Cruz went.
Gervonta Davis’ endorsements
Under Armour is a major brand that Davis endorses, and it is one of his primary sponsors. A number of notable boxers, including Canelo Alvarez, Anthony Joshua, and Muhammad Ali, have collaborated with Under Armour in the past.
Davis signed the agreement in 2017, and he commemorated the momentous occasion by having a billboard erected in his hometown of Baltimore.
Gervonta Davis’ social media influence
On Twitter, Davis has over 405.7k followers; on Facebook, he has over 506k followers; and on Instagram, he has over 3.4 million followers.
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Charity work done by Gervonta Davis
Davis was presented with the key to the city of Baltimore just prior to his bout in 2019 versus Ricardo Nunez, which took place in his hometown. He sent a charitable organization called What I Need Family Services one hundred boxing tickets as a donation. In addition, he made an appearance at a coat distribution event hosted by Macy’s and Clothes4Souls.
The following is the net worth of Gervonta “Tank” Davis: Tank Davis is a professional boxer from the United States who currently has a net worth of $4 million. Gervonta Davis gave birth to Tank Davis in November of 1994 in the city of Baltimore, Maryland. He began his training when he was just five years old and is now a super featherweight.
In 2012, he was victorious at the National Golden Gloves Championship, and he has more than 200 victories as an amateur. Tank Davis won his first fight as a professional boxer back in February 2013, when he faced off against Desi Williams. In January of 2017, he won the IBF super featherweight title with a victory against Jose Pedraza. This brought his overall record to 17 wins and 0 losses.
By winning their match in May 2017, Davis was able to successfully defend his IBF super featherweight title. Through his victory over Jesus Cuellar in April of 2018, he was awarded the vacant WBA (Super) super featherweight title.
Tank Davis has a record of 22-0 with 21 knockouts, and he has successfully defended his WBA (Super) super featherweight title by claiming victories over Hugo Ruiz in February 2019 and Richard Nunez in July 2019. This brings his record to 21 knockouts. At the beginning of 2019, he had the position of the world’s second-best active super featherweight fighter.
In the final round of their fight in December 2019, Gervonta knocked out Yuriorkis Gamboa to get the victory. Gervonta Davis maintains his perfect record with a technical knockout victory in the sixth round over Rolando Romero.