(Video) Ryan Garcia gets a delayed reaction to a bodyshot, gets KOed by Tank Davis

Gervonta Davis continues to dominate the boxing world with another spectacular performance on Saturday night. Ryan Garcia, who is an excellent boxer, was no match for Davis, who knocked him out in the seventh round with a vicious left to the body. This was Davis’ 27th knockout in 29 victories and showcased his skill, technique, and ability to outbox almost any opponent.

In round 2, Garcia attacked Davis several times in an attempt to take charge of the bout. However, Davis expertly tied him up in each instance. Then, a short left from Davis put Garcia down, which was a sign of what was to come.

Garcia landed a few nice right hands in round 6, which was perhaps his best round and gave him hope of turning the momentum. But it was too little too late.

In the next round, Davis finished the bout. Davis poked a straight left hand into the right side of Garcia while they were in close quarters, causing Garcia to wince in pain and drop to a knee. Referee Thomas Taylor reached the count of 10, and the bout was over.

Davis continues to build a case that he’s the best boxer in the world. He has a massive social media following, and he can pack arenas, which makes him very popular among boxing fans. Davis now needs to take on one of the top 135-pounders such as Devin Haney, Vasiliy Lomachenko, or Shakur Stevenson, all of whom have a stronger resume than Garcia.

It’s unclear how the matchmaking will play out, but the big fights will come as Davis is too good and too popular to avoid if anyone has a mind to do so.


Many boxing fans and experts believe that Davis is the future of boxing. He has a unique combination of skill, technique, and power that makes him one of the most exciting boxers to watch.

The organizers of the event on Saturday declared repeatedly that the winner would become the face of boxing because of the combination of ability, massive social media following, and the ability to pack arenas. While this might be an overstatement with Canelo Alvarez still active, Davis is definitely a rising star who could soon overtake the Mexican star.