Gervonta Davis – The World’s Most Ruthless Fighter!

Welcome back fight fans! In this video we take a look at Gervonta Davis, and how he might be the next pay-per-view star in the Unites States, and perhaps globally too. Davis is in his mid-twenties, which means he’s still got a massive future in the sport, and despite that, he’s still had an impressive career already. We talk about some of the techniques he uses, some of his best boxing knockouts, and we talk about the ‘Elastic Band Principle,’ a punching method Davis utilizes to reach maximum power inside the boxing ring.

Resource Credits:

? Music:
• Audiomachine – Escape Room
• Heist Huzzle – Fasion
• Ballpoint & Cushy Remix – Perdidos

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