Gervonta Tank Davis Punishes Leo Santa cruz and leaves Cruz sleeping in San Antonio.
By Markel Varnado
Known to be the most exciting fighter in boxing; Last night was as exciting as it can get. There is a bright future ahead of Gervonta Tank Davis, Getting a KO in his debut PPV fight. Adding another KO to his long list of names of boxers who have heard the 10 counts or, unclearly seeing the referees swing his arms to call off the fight. Undefeated (25-0) still tank Davis is looking to be boxing next Big star.
Late in the sixth round tank Davis corners Santa cruz setting up to deliver a mean uppercut which will leave Leo Santa Cruz on the canvas. The fight was ended as referee Rafael Ramos waved off without count, as Santa cruz lies on his back, Up into the point of the Knockout the fight appeared to be a great fight. Judges scoring 48-47 up into the fatal blow.
"First, I want to say, I'm a pay-per-view star. Second, I ain't dodging nobody," Davis said. "I'm going to continue to show the world that I am No. 1. I don't have to call nobody out. I'm the top dog and everyone knows that. Just set them up and I'll knock them down, one by one."
Putting the boxing world on notice tank Davis lets it be known that he is at the top and has no picks and chooses.
Gervonta Davis Vs Leo Santa cruz fight card
Gervonta Davis def. Leo Santa Cruz via sixth-round KO to win WBA (super) junior lightweight title
Mario Barrios def. Ryan Karl by sixth-round KO to defend WBA (regular) junior welterweight title
Regis Prograis def. Juan Heraldez via third-round TKO; Junior welterweight
Isaac Cruz def. Diego Magdaleno by first-round KO; Lightweight