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Gervonta Davis vs. Ricardo Nunez fight results: 'Tank' overpowers opponent for destructive TKO win

Gervonta Davis vs. Ricardo Nunez fight results: 'Tank' overpowers opponent for destructive TKO win

Gervonta Davis vs. Ricardo Nunez fight results: 'Tank' overpowers opponent for destructive TKO win
Gervonta Davis vs. Ricardo Nunez fight results: 'Tank' overpowers opponent for destructive TKO win
BALTIMORE - If Gervonta Davis truly is the following huge thing in boxing, Saturday's homecoming did nothing to discourage the hypothesis. 

Davis (22-0, 21 KOs), the WBA junior lightweight boss, made a fantastic come back to his home city by completing hard-hitting Ricardo Nunez by means of second-round TKO to set off a wild festival inside Royal Farms Arena. 

The triumph denoted the first run through a local of the Charm City had come back to Baltimore to shield a world title since featherweight champion Harry Jeffra crushed Spider Armstrong in 1940. The dangerous group's reaction inside the 12,000-situate field may have likewise persuaded advertisers to carry more battles to Baltimore. 

The southpaw Davis was persistent right on time as the ultra-certain Nunez (21-3, 19 KOs) stalked forward and remove the ring. However, Davis made him pay once he had the option to control the land among them and shook Nunez with a broad left hand that snapped his head back. 

With the ropes holding Nunez up, Davis kept on emptying and handled another flush left hand that constrained arbitrator Harvey Dock to hop in at 1:33 of Round 2 without a check to avert further discipline.


"[Nunez] got hit by two or three top dogs and I chose to stop it," Dock said. "I thought he was unprotected by then and he was." 

Nunez quickly dissented the stoppage since he never hit the floor however it was clear the ropes had held him up after both huge punches. 

"You generally must be prepared," Davis said. "[Nunez] was not alarm. He was holding and I took my shot. Ensure yourself consistently. That is the primary standard you know." 

With boxing legend and Davis advertiser Floyd Mayweather featuring a reiteration of boxing stars who were situated ringside, the 24-year-old "Tank" kept on making fans regardless of not yet demonstrating ready to verify a characterizing battle in his young profession. 

"This person is a compensation for each view star," Mayweather said. "He's young, charming and has an extraordinary group." 

In spite of the fact that Davis has had various huge name featherweights get out his name recently, including titleholders Gary Russell Jr. also, Leo Santa Cruz, he maintained his spotlight after the session on current IBF junior lightweight victor Tevin Farmer who has normally traded words with him via web-based networking media. 


"I have the WBA belt, I had the IBF belt. Tevin Farmer battled today around evening time and I need Tevin next," Davis said. "It's a battle that can be made so we should get it on this year. I'm just 24, I'm youthful, I'm learning and we are progressing."Tonight, we appeared out. It was astonishing to battle before my loved ones. It implies a ton, a success for me as well as this was a success for Baltimore."

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