The 5-foot-11, 222-pound Nick Kisner, and Old Mill graduate, will challenge 6-5, 231-pound Otto Wallin of Sweden in a 10-round bout in Atlantic City, N.J., as part of a card headlined by a fight for the undisputed women’s middleweight championship.
Baltimore’s Gervonta Davis retained his World Boxing Association super-featherweight belt by knocking out Mexico’s Hugo Ruiz with one second remaining in the first round Saturday night at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, Calif.
Gervonta Davis's talent and charisma have earned him backing from some of the most powerful people in boxing. Now, as he prepares to defend his world title Saturday, he's trying to convince them of his professionalism.
Baltimore’s Gervonta Davis has a new opponent for his Feb. 9 defense of the World Boxing Association junior lightweight title after his previous opponent, Abner Mares, pulled out because of a right-elbow injury suffered in sparring last week.
Her world boxing title in tow, what’s next for Baltimore’s Franchon Crews-Dezurn? She wants to sing the national anthem to kick off an event that would feature both the champ and her husband on the fight card, each wearing togs that she made herself.
After a difficult eight months that saw him squander his first world title and face questions about his focus, Baltimore-born Gervonta Davis reclaimed boxing gold with a sensational third-round stoppage of Jesús Cuellar on Saturday night at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
In September 2004, as chairman of the Legal Committee for the Association of Boxing Commissions and general counsel to the Association of Ringside Physicians, I was honored and privileged to be invited to testify before a congressional subcommittee at a hearing entitled Examining Professional Boxing: Are Further Reforms Necessary — as was Muhammad Ali.
Baltimore boxer Gervonta "Tank" Davis (15-0, 14 knockouts) will face Mexico's Mario "Huracan" Macias Rorozco (28-18-0, 14 KOs) in a lightweight bout Friday at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fla.
Gervonta "Tank" Davis of Baltimore was pleased with his effort Friday night in stopping Mexico's Guillermo Avila 29 seconds into the sixth round of a Premier Boxing Champions super featherweight bout on Spike TV at the D.C. Armory in Washington.