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Gervonta "Tank" Davis: Age, titles, net worth, professional boxing record & next fight

All you need to know about three-weight world champion boxer Gervonta Davis.


November 7, 1994




Baltimore, Maryland


Baltimore, Maryland






67 1⁄2 inches



Weight Division


Professional Record

30-0 (28 KOs)

Amateur Record


Next Fight


A perfect record

Davis holds a perfect 30-0 record and 28 of his victories have come inside the distance.

The Baltimore native made his professional debut as an 18-year-old in 2013 on the undercard of the IBF junior welterweight fight between Lamont Peterson and Kendall Holt, stopping Desi Williams inside the first round at the D.C. Armory in Washington.

Davis won his first four fights inside the first two rounds and started his career with eight straight stoppages before being taken the distance in a six-round contest with Mexican German Meraz.

Breakthrough year in 2015

The southpaw enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2015 as he fought on the undercard of Floyd Mayweather vs. Andre Berto, stopping Recky Dulay after just 94 seconds.

The following month, Davis outlined his credentials as a potential future world champion with a third-round TKO win over former featherweight world champion Cristobal Cruz.

In 2016, Davis produced a stunning win over Mario Antonio Macias as he stopped the former world title challenger with his first punch of the fight after just 41 seconds.

Davis would fight for a world title for the first time in his next bout as challenged for the IBF super featherweight title against José Pedraza, who had a 22-0 record.

He would win that title via a seventh round KO and was ahead on all three of the judges’ scorecards at the time of the stoppage. Speaking after the win, promoter Floyd Mayweather Jr labelled Davis as the future of boxing.

Making the weight proved difficult

Davis made the first defense of his title against Liam Walsh and travelled to London for the bout, his first fight outside of the US, claiming a stoppage in the third round in what was a one-sided affair.

It took three attempts for Davis to make the weight against Walsh and, in what was supposed to be his second defense of the IBF belt, he was forced to vacate prior to his clash with Francisco Fonseca after missing the weight.

He won via an eighth round TKO, and then challenged for the then vacant WBA super featherweight title against Jesús Cuellar - winning that bout in the third round.

Two-weight world champion

He defended that super featherweight belt twice before moving up to lightweight, with Davis becoming a two-weight world champion as he stopped former unified featherweight world champion Yuriorkis Gamboa by technical knockout in the 12th round - marking the first time in his career he had been taken beyond nine rounds. 

In his next fight in 2020, Davis recorded the most impressive victory of his career to date as he stopped four-weight world champion Leo Santa Cruz in the sixth round.

The bout had been extremely close up until that point as Santa Cruz had landed more punches, but Davis was marginally ahead on the judges’ scorecards due to greater accuracy.

Davis’ stoppage of Santa Cruz won The Ring Magazine Knockout of The Year award.

Another division, another world title

In June 2021, Davis made the move up to super lightweight and claimed a title in a third weight class with an 11th round stoppage of the undefeated  Mario Barrios, winning via TKO.

'Tank' returned to lightweight and so far his bout with Barrios is his only outing at the 140-lb mark. He was taken the full distance by Isaac Cruz, but won via unanimous decision, before claiming a pair of stoppage wins over Rolando Romero and Hector Garcia.

Davis agreed to a huge catchweight showdown with Ryan Garcia and the pair met in April of 2023. Davis won via seventh round TKO as Garcia was unable to recover from a brutal body shot.

Earlier in the fight Davis had knocked Garcia down in round two and he was ahead on all of the scorecards at the time of the stoppage.

Gervonta Davis next fight

Davis' next fight is to be determined.

Gervonta Davis last fight

Davis handed Frank Martin the first loss of his professional career via eighth-round knockout on June 15, 2024.

'Tank' retained his WBA lightweight title and undefeated record with the victory.

Gervonta Davis age

Davis was born on November 7, 1994, in Baltimore, Maryland. He is 29 years old.

Gervonta Davis height and weight

Davis is 5'5" and fights primarily in the lightweight division. He has a 67-and-a-half-inch reach. 

Gervonta Davis net worth

Davis’ net worth is estimated to be around $10 million, his career earnings are estimated to be somewhere in the region of $45 million.

Gervonta Davis amateur titles

  • Won 2012 National Golden Gloves Championship
  • Won 2006, 2007 and 2008 National Silver Gloves Championships
  • Won two National Junior Olympics gold medals
  • Won two Police Athletic League Championships
  • Won two Ringside World Championships

Gervonta Davis professional titles

  • Current WBA (Regular) lightweight title holder
  • Former WBA (Regular) super lightweight title
  • Former WBA (Super) super featherweight title holder
  • Former IBF super featherweight title holder

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