The unbeaten lightweight challenger Frank “The Ghost” Martin is being mentioned as the possible opponent for superstar Gervonta “Tank” Davis, who is expected to compete on March 30 on Amazon Prime Video PPV.
Social media has recently debated Davis vs. Martin, and it’s a fight. Should it take place, boxing enthusiasts will be highly intrigued by the competition..
Martin Drops Hints
“The Spirit” Last week, Martin said on Instagram, “I’m taking it to the ceiling on the next one!!!” and it instantly fired up the crowd. Supporters interpreted #3 WBA Martin’s post as a signal that he would challenge Tank Davis for his WBA “regular” belt at a later time.
If Tank Davis wants to charge PPV for his fight on March 30, he can’t employ a retread like Ryan or Pitbull. Instead, he needs to take on a well-known opponent.
Amazon’s Big Bet
Amazon chose to show boxing matches instead of Showtime for PBC, and the two companies inked a multi-year agreement. PBC faces pressure to play well in order to draw attention and guarantee that Amazon will keep them once their contract expires.
PBC made a wise decision by booking Tank Davis for the opening event of their new partnership with Amazon, but only if they can secure a reputable fighter like Martin to face him.
As Gervonta’s opponent on March 30, Martin (18-0, 12 KOs) makes more sense than an unnecessary rematch with Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz. On Amazon Prime Video PPV, that battle would probably be a huge commercial failure.
“The two Ferraris is a casual reference to the question, ‘If I go there, do I get a big payday?’ When asked about Gervonta Davis’ request for two Ferraris from the Saudis to travel to their country for a fight, Gareth A. Davies told Boxing Social, “Of course, you’d get a big payday.”
He’s one of America’s rising stars. Ryan Garcia, Tank Davis, a little less so right now. Teofimo Lopez and Devin Haney both refer to themselves as the “Face of Boxing” in the United States, don’t they? They can also be included with Terence Crawford.
Shakur Stevenson and those men are perhaps the “Face of Boxing” in America. The four or five boys in the United States. All of them are claiming to be
“Seeing those large bouts wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest. Shakur Stevenson, Gervonta Davis, and Devin Haney.