According to ESPN.com, Gervonta “Tank” Davis has been freed from jail in Baltimore after being incarcerated for 44 days.
On May 5, Davis, who had won against Ryan Garcia in late April, was sentenced for his involvement in a hit-and-run case that occurred in 2021.
Gervonta Davis was sentenced to 90 days of home detention, 3 years of supervised probation, 200 hours of community service, and a suspended prison term.
On June 1, Davis was sent to jail to complete the remainder of his home detention as he did not comply with the conditions.
Now that Davis has been released, he should be able to schedule a fight and there are many great options available. Tank has a huge following, so any fight he takes will be significant. However, the most prominent fight for him in the lightweight division right now is probably against Devin Haney, who is the undisputed champion. Haney has expressed his preference for fighting Davis over Shakur Stevenson because it’s the most lucrative fight in the division, which is an undeniable fact.
Haney is a free agent in terms of promotions and could potentially negotiate a deal with both PBC and Davis’ team.
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