As of 2022, Tank Davis net worth is 8 million dollars. Gervonta Davis has held multiple world championships in three weight classes, including the WBA (Regular) lightweight, the IBF super featherweight, WBA (Super) super featherweight and the WBA (Regular) super lightweight.
Tank Davis Record
Before his opponent resigned in 2014, ‘Tank’ proved that his victory was no fluke by winning 5 straight fights. Davis has persevered, racking up 23 victories on his way to a professional record of 24-0.
Gervonta Davis won gold in the sport for the first time in 2017 when he defeated Jose Pedraza by TKO. He won the IBF super featherweight title and successfully defended it once. He was stripped of the title after stepping into the ring overweight. Despite this, he kept his unblemished record.
Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis hasn’t had any trouble with the scales since losing weight. In each of his fights, he has competed for a world title.
First, he defeated Jesus Cuellar to win his second world title of his career. He defended the title twice (against Hugo Ruiz and Ricardo Nunez) before going up to the lightweight class to challenge himself. Davis won a second weight class title by finishing Yuriorkis Gamboa in the fourth round.
With a spectacular knockout victory over Leo Santa Cruz in 2020, Gervonta Davis made yet another statement. With this, ‘Tank’ has set the stage for a thrilling 2021, with a slew of super-fights on the horizon.
According to Forbes, he was paid $1 million for his fight with Hugo Ruiz. As of 2022, Tank Davis net worth is 8 million dollars.
Tank Davis Salary and Earnings
According to Essentially Sports, Davis earned $500,000 plus 50% of the pay-per-view share against Hugo Ruiz in 2019. He won $1 million against Yuriorkis Gamboa and Leo Santa Cruz, respectively (55 percent share in the Gamboa fight, 50 percent against Cruz).
“Tank” earned $1 million in his last fight against Isaac Cruz. He received half of the pay-per-view revenue.
Davis will make a guaranteed total of approximately $2 million versus Romero, according to Total Sportal. Romero’s earnings are projected to be around $500,000.
Davis’ fight on Showtime against Santa Cruz drew roughly 225,000 viewers. Showtime sold 215,000 tickets for his fight versus Barrios in 2021.
Under Armour, a clothing company is one of Davis’ key sponsors. Boxers such as Canelo Alvarez, Anthony Joshua, and Muhammad Ali have collaborated with Under Armour.
Davis signed the contract in 2017, and to commemorate the occasion, a billboard was erected in his hometown of Baltimore.
In his most recent fight, Gervonta Davis knocks out Rolly Romero With his left hand. Watch the video below.