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Gervonta Davis vs. Vasyl Lomachenko A mega fight, highlights Tank’s trainer

The trainer of the great champion of Baltimore Gervonta Davis He mentioned that he is waiting for the fight against the Ukrainian Vasyl Lomachenk


The trainer of the great champion of Baltimore Gervonta Davis He mentioned that he is waiting for the fight against the Ukrainian Vasyl Lomachenko to take place this year 2022, which would be one of the best fights of the year.

“It will be a game of chess. I don’t know if Loma will take a chance on Tank, but that’s a mega fight to tell you the truth. It is a fight that people have been waiting for, I don’t know what Lomachenko’s next fight is, but 2022 is going to be a really interesting year for all of them, to tell the truth, because they will get to fight each other. Calvin Ford told ESNEWS.

Currently great champions and future stars of boxing are in the 130-pound division and these create a lot of expectation for fans who are eager to see confrontations between the best lightweights in the world.

Baltimore native Gervonta Davis beat Mexican Isaac Cruz in his last fight and retained the title that keeps him as the regular WBA lightweight champion.

Experienced 33-year-old boxer Vasyl Lomachenko put on quite a show by taking on Richard Commey in December last year.

Vasyl Lomachenko was one of the strongest champions until he was defeated by the young Teofimo Lopez.

Finally, the coach of “Tank” Davis spoke about the possibility of facing George Kambosos JR, super lightweight champion.

“I don’t think Gervonta is going to fight the undisputed lightweight champion George Kambosos Jr. for a couple of reasons. First of all, it would require Tank Davis to fly to Australia to fight in a stadium,” Calvin Ford told ESNEWS. .

Floyd Mayweather Jr. is not going to put him in a situation where he is the road fighter facing Australian George Kambosos Jr. in his home country of Australia. Although it would be an easy fight for Tank Davis to win, it would make him a lot of money and increase his popularity,” said Calvin Ford, trainer of the great Baltimore puncher.