Gervonta Davis who is well famous in the world of boxing, he has been a source of inspiration for other boxers. Gervonta Davis net worth is increasing day by day. He has a great name in the boxing; he is well famous on the stage by his professional name which is the tank. He was born in the remarkable city of Baltimore, Maryland, the U.S. on the date November 7, 1994. He is a professional boxer who has won IBF junior lightweight title since January 2019.
Davis has started training at the Upton Boxing Center from the age of five; he had a passion for boxing since he was at a minuscule period. Calvin Ford who has been a great source of inspiration for the character Dennis “Cutty” Wise on the hit HBO television series, The Wire had trained Davis. While talking about Davis armature career he has been very satisfactory and fruitful for him as he has won many national titles.
He has won 2012 National Golden Gloves Championship, three times winning straight National Silver Gloves Championships from the year of 2006 to 2008, two times he won National Junior Olympics, two National Police Athletic League Championships, and two Ringside World Championships; including other titles also he won. He ended his armature career by the impressive record which was 206-15, Gervonta Davis’s net worth of about $2,000,000 according to the year 2016-2019.
Gervonta Davis net worth: $2 Million
How He starts this?
Davis originally came from Sandtown-Winchester which is considered to be one of the most famous areas of the city. He went to Digital Harbor High School, but later on, he dropped out of that local magnet school due to some reasons among which was he wanted to focus on his career due to which he left the school. Later on, he got his GED degree which was a secondary level.
Debut In Professional Life
Davis made his first professional debut at a very young age; he was of age 18 when he made his debut fight which was against Desi Williams on February 22, 2013. His professional career record was 0 wins, and four losses all of them were by stoppage. The fight was held at D.C. Armory in Washington on the undercard of IBF fantastic lightweight fight among Lamont Peterson and Kendall Holt. Davis won the match in the first round by knockout; uphill august 2014 Davis had a record of 8 wins and 0 loses while of the winning was coming from inside the distance. The first match which Davis had won by going into the sixth round was against a German veteran 28-year-old German Maras. Davis took him down in the round 3, 5 and he won the match by animus decision.
On the date of February 20, 2015, at the CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Davis became the first person to stop Puerto Rico’s Israel Suarez, Davis won the fight with divesting knockout way. On the date of May 22, 2015, at The Coleridge Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey, for the first time, Davis won by a technical knockout while his opponent was Alberto Mora, the match ended in only 1 minute, 14 seconds.
On the date of October 30, 2015, at The Venue at UCF in Orlando, Florida on Bounce TV, Davis defeated Ricky Delay who belonged to the Philippines in only 94 seconds. On the date of June 3, 2016, at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida, Davis knocked out the professional boxer Mario Antonio Macias who belonged to Mexico. He was knocked out by a single punch from Davis; the fight only lasted 41 seconds. As a result, Davis won the match. On the date of January 14, 2019, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Showtime, Davis defeated the professional boxer José Pederast to win IBF junior lightweight title the match went into the seventh round.