Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis record: Career fight results, stats, highlights

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Love him or hate him, Gervonta 'Tank' Davis is one of boxing's biggest and most exciting names. 

Whenever the 27-year-old steps inside the ring, fans are guaranteed fireworks and this was shown with an impressive 16-fight knockout streak which came to an end in his last fight after going the full distance with Isaac Cruz. 

However, 'Tank' has reached a crucial crossroads in his career. Saturday's fight against Rolando Romero will be his last under the Mayweather Promotions banner and Davis will be looking to produce an eye-catching performance in order to perk the interest of those who maybe interested in signing him to a promotional deal. 

Here's a look at what Davis (26-0, 24 KOs) has achieved so far in his 26-fight career. 

Gervonta 'Tank' Davis career fight results

Fight results Date
'Tank' Davis def. Isaac Cruz by unaminous decision  Dec. 5, 2021
'Tank' Davis def. Mario Barrios by 11th-round TKO Jun. 26, 2021
'Tank' Davis def. Leo Santa Cruz by sixth-round KO Oct. 31, 2020
'Tank' Davis def. Yuriorkis Gamboa by 12th-round TKO Dec. 28, 2019
'Tank' Davis def. Ricardo Nunez by second-round TKO Jul. 27, 2019
'Tank' Davis def. Hugo Ruiz by first-round KO Feb. 9, 2019
'Tank' Davis def. Jesus Marcelo Andres Cuellar by third-round TKO Apr. 21, 2018
'Tank' Davis def. Francisco Fonseca by eighth-round KO Aug. 26, 2017
'Tank' Davis def. Liam Walsh by third-round TKO May. 20, 2017
'Tank' Davis def. Jose Pedraza by seventh-round TKO Jan. 14, 2017
'Tank' Davis def. Mario Antonio Macias by first-round KO Jun. 3, 2016
'Tank' Davis def. Guillermo Avila Godinez by sixth-round TKO Apr. 1, 2016
'Tank' Davis def. Luis Sanchez by ninth-round KO Dec. 18, 2015
'Tank' Davis def. Cristobal Cruz by third-round TKO Oct. 30, 2015
'Tank' Davis def. Recky Dulay by first-round TKO Sep. 12, 2015
'Tank' Davis def. Alberto Mora by first-round TKO May. 22, 2015
'Tank' Davis def. Israel Suarez Olmeda by first-round KO Feb. 20, 2015
'Tank' Davis def. German Ivan Meraz by unaminous decision Oct. 8, 2014
'Tank' Davis def. Hector Lopez by first-round KO Aug. 1, 2014
'Tank' Davis def. Joshua Arocho by second-round RTD May. 16, 2014
'Tank' Davis def. James Franks by second-round TKO Dec. 14, 2013
'Tank' Davis def. Eric Jamar Goodall by fourth-round TKO Oct. 17, 2013
'Tank' Davis def. Rafael Casias by second-round TKO Jul. 20, 2013
'Tank' Davis' def. Jonathan Gears by first-round KO Jun. 8, 2013
'Tank' Davis def. Jacob Ninow by second-round TKO Apr. 20, 2013
'Tank' Davis def. Desi Williams by first-round KO Feb. 22, 2013

Gervonta 'Tank' Davis age, height, weight class, reach, titles

  • Birth name: Gervonta Boddah Davis
  • Nickname: Tank
  • Birthday: November 7, 1994
  • Age: 27
  • Birthplace: Baltimore, Maryland, United States
  • Nationality: United States of America
  • Division: Super featherweight, lightweight, super lightweight
  • Height: 5' 5.5"
  • Reach: 67.5"
  • Stance: Southpaw
  • Total Fights: 26
  • Career record: 26-0
  • Wins by knockout: 24
  • World titles held (current): WBA (regular) lightweight title
  • World titles held (past): WBA (super) super featherweight title, IBF super featherweight title and WBA (regular) super lightweight title
  • Last fight: Win via UD vs. Isaac Cruz for the WBA (regular) lightweight title 
  • Next fight: Rolando Romero on May 28 2022 for the WBA (regular) lightweight title

Notable career highlights

Tank's first fight: February 22, 2013

Gervonta 'Tank' Davis made his professional debut at the DC Armory in Washington and a made a statement with a first round knockout win against Desi Williams. 

Tank's first world title: January 14, 2017

The first world title shot for Davis came against IBF super featherweight champion Jose Pedraza at the Barclays Center in New York. 

The American's accurate power shots proved to be the difference with Davis stopping the Puerto Rican in the seventh round. 

Tank becomes a two-time champion: April 21, 2018

15 months after securing his first world title, Davis was given the chance to win a second super featherweight title against Jesus Marcelo Andres Cuellar for the WBA (super) title. Prior to ths fight, Davis was stripped of his IBF title the previous August after failing to make weight for his fight with Francisco Fonseca which 'Tank' went onto win with a knockout in round eight. 

On the night, Davis' power proved too much for his opponent, he knocked down Cuellar in round two with a left hook to the body before two knockdowns in the third forced the referee to stop the fight. 

Tank blows away Leo Santa Cruz: October 31, 2020

This fight against the multi-weight world champion was 'Tank' Davis' first forray into PPV and he couldn't have wised for a better peformance. 

The contest with Leo Santa Cruz only lasted six rounds with Davis knocking out the Mexican with a left uppercut. 

The winning punch went viral across social media and was selected as the winner of The Ring Magazine Knockout of the Year award for 2020. 

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