Garvanta Davis v. Leo Santa Cruz Fighting Results: ‘Tank’ Delivers Violent Knockout of the Year contender to win

 Garvanta Davis v.  Leo Santa Cruz Fighting Results: 'Tank' Delivers Violent Knockout of the Year contender to win

The rising star of boxing and perhaps one of its most annoying finishes, Gerovanta “Tank” Davis lived up to his billing – and then some – with a violent knockout in his pay-view-headlining debut on Saturday.

At just 25 p.m., Davis (24-0, 23 KOs) also created a viral highlight that is sure to be recognized as the best knockout of Boxing Xing of 2020 as he defeated Leo Santa Cruz in Round 6 (37-2-1, 19 KOs). Snatched and ended a close fight with the flush left uppercut with the chin that took the four-division champion away from his senses.

Referee Rafael Ramos immediately swung the fight without making any counts, as Santa Cruz fainted under the ring rope in the corner. All three judges had it 48-47 for Davis at the 2:40 stoppage of Round 6.

“First, I mean, I’m a view-view-view star. Second, I don’t dodge anyone,” Davis said. “I’ll continue to show the world that I’m No. 1. I don’t need to call anyone out. I’m the top dog and everyone knows that. Just, set them up and I’ll knock them down.” , One by one. “

Retired PPV And the pound-for-pound King Floyd Mayweather, who acts as a Mayweather promotion gem, excelled his mentor by taking on the role of his first PPV major event three years ago, played by Davis, 28, against Arturo. Getty in 2005.

Davis, who made his second defense of the WBA secondary title in lightweight, also picked up the WBA title of Santa Cruz in junior lightweight, as the fight weighed 130 pounds.

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“I can’t give a grade [my performance] Even now once I go back and look at it, then I can say, “Davis said.”[Landing uppercuts] There was no key, but I tapped on what he had brought. I know he was the fiercest fighter and he was crushed and moving. So I tried to catch it and put it on the shit.

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“He was just there for her. He’s a guy who punches but doesn’t try to get out of his fist. I gave him a slight bite and didn’t go anywhere else.”

Santa Cruz, 32, was in the game from the start early when he outscored Davis with a box and jumped for the lead in the first two rounds by striking out smart combinations after putting his opponent in the corner. But Davis managed to make the necessary adjustments and started walking down Santa Cruz with greater ease, targeting the body.

Despite starting to show signs of swelling around his right eye, Davis was apparently slowing down as Santa Cruz’s output would dig deeper into the bottom. Yet regardless of which fighter is led, the pace remains fast, including a fourth round of entertainment with exciting two-way action.

The problem for Santa Cruz, who ran just one fight of 130 pounds before facing a major puncture in Davis and was back down in weight, was the accumulation of power shots. According to Compube Ox, Davis, from Santa Cruz to overall 84 not only outland, but also combined his power power% power shots with incredible.

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“Once we start fighting, then you’ll see in the first round that I haven’t really warmed up from behind.” Davis said. “I was still cold when I got out of there. He was trying to cope with my jab and I just started to accept with what he was doing.

“He’s a tough warrior and a strong Mexican. He came to fight and he was ready. Just, tonight that I was a good guy.”

Although Davis declined to be named after his victory, he remains the most professional and skilled of the young fighters gathered around the 135-pound division, most of whom believe the future of the game is in their hands: Devin Haney, Ryan Garcia, Teofimo Lopez Jr. And Shakur Stevenson.

As far as what the future might bring, Davis said he plans to defend both titles in the two weight divisions.

“I’ll keep both. Whatever my team decides, I’ll go with it,” Davis said. “I don’t run and run anyone. You know, there’s no safety on this glock.”

Elsewhere on the card, Mario Barrios defended his WB Junior Welterweight title in thrilling fashion with a beautiful knockout of Ryan Carl at the co-main event. Barrios remains unbeaten and has stopped his last four opponents. And his next foe could also be in action in San Antonio on Saturday as Regis Progress launches its own T.C. Returning from an extended escape, Juan was stopping the Heralds on a typical journey. Progress looked as fresh as પા 140 after losing his title in the final of the World Bunking Super Series against Josh Taylor last year.

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Davis vs. Santa Cruz card, results

  • Garvanta Davis (C) Def. Sixth round TKO by Leo Santa Cruz
  • Mario Barrios (C) Def. RJ Carl sixth round T.K.O.
  • Regis Progress Deaf. Juan Heraldis third-round T.K.O.
  • Isaac Cruz Def. Diego Magdalen’s first-round T.K.O.

Davis vs Santa Cruz scorecard, live coverage

Davis

10

9

10

10

10

WHO

49

Santa Cruz

9

10

9

9

9

46

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