Gervonta Davis asks Floyd Mayweather about “termination papers”

Via Craig Daly: Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis sent a Tweet to Floyd Mayweather Jr, owner of Mayweather Promotions, on Wednesday, asking him when he would send it to him. “contract termination letter.”

It’s not clear why Mayweather Promotions would need to send Tank Davis (27-0.25 KOs) his termination letter if his contract with them has expired.

When a contract expires, it’s a different situation than when you terminate. The fact that Tank asked Mayweather and Leonard Ellerbe to provide “termination papers” shows that he is still being promoted by them.

If Tank’s contract expires, why does that need to be verified by Mayweather? Assuming Tank is still under contract with Floyd, why would he give him a “termination letter” when he’s on the brink of next year’s biggest fight of his career against Ryan Garcia?

If anything, you’ll want to keep Tank for that fight until his contract expires because he’s going to bring in a lot of money for himself and his promoters next year.

Has Tank terminated his contract and is now seeking verification that he is no longer participating in the Mayweather Promotion? It’s hard to understand what Tank meant by asking Floyd to give him a “termination letter”.

It’s clear that Gervonta wants to break away from Mayweather to go his own way, be it with another promoter or to promote himself. Even without the Mayweather Promotion, Tank’s fights will likely continue to be shown on Showtime and will promote himself.

Gervonta is probably still being consulted by Al Haymon and PBC, and he will provide him with the information he needs to further his career.

Given Gervonta’s popularity, he’s like a machine at this point and he’ll continue to attract a lot of interest for his fights, even without the Mayweather promotion. Once you get to a level like Tank, you don’t need a promoter like the less popular fighters.

WBA ‘regular’ lightweight champion Tank recently said that his contract with Mayweather Promotions expired with his final fight against Mayweather-promoted Rolando ‘Rolly’ Romero in May. last year.

Why would Mayweather let Tank go if his contract with them hasn’t expired? It’s not like Floyd has another famous boxer who can step in and make the money that Tank has brought in.

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