Gervonta Davis forces Hector Luis Garcia to quit smoking on a stool

Gervonta Davis took 28 wins with 26 knockdowns in Washington DC, leaving Hector Luis Garcia his first loss on his record.

The main event in Washington DC got off to a slow start – a direct contrast to the fireworks promise from the first bell of ‘Tank’ before the battle. His deliberate approach to the talented and often awkward Garcia showed a maturity that was different from his character during his fight week, and paid off in the long run.

Garcia made it to the third round and could argue that on the scoreboard, but Davis has been showing his class ever since – scoring and making some good plays.

The match was stopped in the 8th round when a crowd fight broke out. As it continued, ‘The Tank’ caught its opponent with some massive left-handers, the last of which really sent Garcia wobble.

Davis didn’t have time to get the job done before the bell rang, but it didn’t matter in the end. Garcia told his cornerer he ‘couldn’t see’ and decided not to return to his stool – official injury time was 13 seconds in the 9th inning. ‘Tanks on all three cards. point.


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