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Vegas Sports Daily Exclusive with Gervonta TANK Davis

Las Vegas, NV- Undefeated WBA 135-lb. champ Gervonta “Tank” Davis took some time out to chat with Vegas Sports Daily’s Boxing correspondent editor Turkson TJ at the world famous Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas.

The high-powered young pugilist and high-profile super featherweight fighter out of Baltimore had a lot to say as he candidly shared his thoughts on what to expect at a Tank Davis fight, fighters he is fond of, how he was able to rise above an amazingly difficult childhood and even shared some sage advice to his young fans.

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