Gervonta Davis Succeeded to Retain His WBA Lightweight Title Fighting Against Isaac Cruz
By Elite Sports on
By Elite Sports on
The five-time world champion and boxing superstar Gervonta “Tank” Davis managed to showcase his boxing skills in front of a large crowd of 15,850 in total. Gervonta succeeded to retain his WBA Lightweight title in a fight against Isaac Cruz on Sunday.
On Sunday night in Los Angeles, Gervonta Davis defeated Isaac Cruz to retain his WBA lightweight title in a flourishing lightweight division.
With a slew of current and former NBA stars in attendance, including Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Kawhi Leonard, Dwight Howard, Kenny Smith, Kevin Garnett, and Paul Pierce, the atmosphere in the arena was electric.
The Unbeaten US starlet Ryan Garcia reacted to ‘Tank’ Davis' latest win: “Gervonta gets away with fighting C-level fighters, out of all the lightweights he’s the weakest! His toughest test, Leo Santa Cruz, was almost lost tonight. Bring it on, I've been calling you out for a while.”
“All those guys are easy to work with, I’m the top dog,” said Gervonta Davis.
Isaac Cruz proved himself as a tough opponent in his latest fight with Gervonta Davis. Due to an onslaught of pressure, Davis was unable to take a breath for the duration of the fight.
Initially, he was able to time his signature power punches, but an injured hand prevented him from stopping Cruz within the distance.
The undefeated world champion in 26 with 24 knockouts owns the WBA ‘regular’ white belt.
Devin Haney retained a version of the WBC title in a 24 hours earlier bout.
George Kambosos Jr is the division's undisputed No. 1 after defeating Teofimo Lopez a week ago to win gold from all the governing bodies.
Lomachenko is back in the ring to fight against Richard Commey on Saturday night.
“It’s my goal is boxing now.” “Undisputed world champion, this is my motivation,” he said.
Last week, Australia's Kambosos Jr shook the division led by four young unbeaten Americans - Lopez, Davis, Haney, and Garcia - and now Lomachenko will have the chance to prove that he is still the master.