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Gervonta "Tank" Davis vs. Frank Martin: Fight date, ring walk time, how to watch, undercard & odds

Two unbeaten records will be on the line at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in June when Gervonta "Tank" Davis takes on Frank Martin.

Here we run through you everything you need to know about this fight, including when it is, where it is, what time it starts, where you can watch it, the odds for the fight, and a brief overview of both Davis and Martin.

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin date

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin will take place on Saturday, June 15, 2024.

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin start time

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin is expected to start some time after 11 PM ET / 8 PM PT on Saturday, June 15.

In the United Kingdom, the fight is expected to begin around 4 AM BST on Sunday.

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin ring walk time

The ring walks for Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin are expected to take place around 11 PM ET / 8 PM PT on Saturday, June 15.

In the United Kingdom, ring walks are expected to take place around 4 AM BST on Sunday.

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin venue

Davis vs Martin will take place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, which holds approximately 17,000 people.

The venue has a long-standing history of holding huge boxing bouts, including Evander Holyfield vs. Mike Tyson II and Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs Manny Pacquiao. 

How to watch Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin, TV channel & streaming

Davis vs. Martin will be available to stream on Amazon Prime Video PPV in the United States.

Read Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin Tale of the Tape on site.

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin title at stake

Davis will be defending his WBA lightweight title when he faces Martin.

Gervonta Davis' record

Davis has compiled a 29-0 record with an impressive 27 of those victories coming inside the distance.

‘Tank’ made his debut in 2013 with a first-round win over Desi Williams. Davis claimed stoppages in each of his first eight fights, with seven of those coming inside the first two rounds.

The southpaw was taken the distance by durable journeyman German Ivan Meraz in 2014, before recording three successive first-round wins.

Davis’ first real test came in 2017 in his first world title fight as he faced off against the 22-0 Jos Pedraza for the IBF super featherweight title.

Davis claimed a seventh-round victory, leading to his then promoter and mentor Floyd Mayweather to label him as the “future of boxing”.

Davis defended the title against Liam Walsh, but was then stripped of the belt ahead of his victory over Francisco Fonseca after missing the weight.

The 29-year-old then picked up the WBA super featherweight title by stopping Jesus Marcelo Andres Cuellar and defended that belt twice before stepping up to his current weight.

Davis became the WBA (regular) champion by claiming the then vacant title with an impressive victory over former unified featherweight champion Yuriorkis Gamboa.

The Baltimore-native has since record victories over the likes of Leo Santa Cruz, Mario Barrios and Isaac Cruz, who is the only man to last the full 12 rounds with Davis.

Davis was last seen in April of 2023 as he ended Ryan Garcia’s unbeaten streak with a seventh-round victory.

That win now looks even more impressive, given Garcia’s victory over the previously unbeaten Devin Haney earlier this year.

Frank Martin's record

Frank Martin has an 18-0 record with 12 of those wins coming inside the distance.

The 29-year-old from Detroit will be contesting his first world title fight, but he has been in contention for a while now, having been ordered to face the former two-weight world champion Shakur Stevenson by the WBC for the then vacant lightweight title in August 2023 in a fight that didn’t materialise.

‘The Ghost’ made his debut in 2017 against John Edward Lockette and claimed a first-round victory. Five of his first six wins came inside the distance and Martin has quietly put together an impressive unbeaten run.

Martin’s first big win came in July 2022 as he stopped Jackson Marinez in the 10th and final round of their contest and he has since claimed two victories over previously unbeaten opponents.

The southpaw was last seen in July of 2023 as he claimed a unanimous decision win over Artem Harutyunyan, a Bronze Medal winner at the 2016 Olympics.

The bout was a close one, but Martin claimed a knockdown in the 12th round and won by small margins on all three judges’ scorecards.

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin odds

Davis enters the fight as a -600 favorite, while Martin is the +400 underdog.

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin full card

Main event: Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin (WBA lightweight world title)

Co-main event: David Benavidez vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk (WBC interim light heavyweight world title)

Carlos Adames vs Terrell Gausha (WBC middleweight world title)

Gary Antuane Russell vs Alberto Puello (WBC interim super lightweight world title)

Odds mentioned in this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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