The multiple-division champion is again in motion on Sunday evening in a PPV headliner from Los Angeles
It is extremely uncommon in boxing to see a substitute opponent added to the principal occasion of a pay-per-view card truly make the matchup an extra compelling and (doubtlessly) aggressive one.
That is the most important storyline coming into multi-division champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis’ return on Sunday when rising star defends his WBA secondary light-weight title on the Staples Middle in Los Angeles.
Davis (25-0, 24 KOs) will return to 135 kilos when he takes on the hard-charging Isaac Cruz (22-1-1, 15 KOs) in what’s anticipated to be nothing wanting a shootout at shut vary. Cruz, a 23-year-old who’s aptly nicknamed “Pitbull,” was a late substitute for Rolando “Rolly” Romero after the unbeaten slugger was pulled from the bout amid a number of allegations of sexual assault.
For as crude as Cruz’s crouching type would possibly seem to the bare eye at instances, the native of Mexico could be very efficient getting inside on his opponents and unloading a wide range of quick energy photographs from a number of angles.
- Gervonta Davis -1100 vs. Isaac Cruz +700, WBA “common” light-weight title
- Sebastian Fundora -270 vs. Sergio Garcia +220, tremendous welterweights
- Sergiy Derevyanchenko -400 vs. Carlos Adames +310, middleweights
- Luis Arias vs. Vaughn Alexander, tremendous welterweights