Gervonta Davis’ coach fires back at Sean O’Malley: ‘Tank Gonna Whoop His A–’

In a surprising turn of events, current UFC titleholder in the bantamweight division Sean O’Malley is setting his sights on a potential crossover bout in the realm of boxing. He specifically wants to compete with the prominent super-lightweight contender, Gervonta Davis.

O’Malley’s victory secured him the championship belt, and now he’s eyeing a boxing match that could captivate sports enthusiasts around the world.

In a spectacular display of skill and determination, Sean O’Malley managed to deliver a second-round knockout to the reigning champion Aljamain Sterling. This captivating performance left fans in awe and opened up new horizons for O’Malley’s career.

With his newly acquired title, Sean O’Malley boldly issued a challenge to none other than the boxing sensation Gervonta Davis. O’Malley stated: “I wouldn’t mind knocking out Gervonta Davis, I’m telling you that fight is going to happen…I would love to go out there and box him…I don’t know if he’s a big enough star for the UFC to let that happen, but it’ll happen.”

Gervonta Davis’ team swiftly countered O’Malley’s proposal, asserting their stance on the matter. Boxing reporter Elie Seckbach spoke and and inquired about O’Malley’s remarks with Calvin Ford and Kenny Ellis, Gervonta Davis’ coaches.

Coach Ford did not know who O’Malley was, while Ellis didn’t mince words when addressing the UFC superstar. Ellis confidently stated, “Tank gonna whoop his a**, in the first round. Any tiny lightweight would beat him, Tank, Shakur, Haney, all those guys would beat him cause they’re boxers. All of them would knock him out.”

He went on to say: “You better leave those boxers alone before you get knocked out.”

Gervonta Davis is a name synonymous with boxing excellence. He recently headlined an extravagant event at the renowned T-Mobile Arena. His bout against Ryan Garcia amassed a staggering 1.2 million pay-per-view purchases, amassing over $22 million in box office earnings.

Meanwhile, Sean O’Malley’s ascent to his first championship title in the UFC showcased remarkable promise. His showdown against Aljamain Sterling achieved an extraordinary gate revenue of over $7 million in Boston. The UFC president Dana White was elated to announce that this event marked the highest-selling pay-per-view in the division’s history.