Gervonta Davis Admits Ryan Garcia Will Be Toughest Opponent Yet Ahead of Highly Anticipated Showdown

Photo: Instagram/Gervonta Davis 

Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia have a history of heated exchanges, with Davis previously dismissing Garcia as a tenuous opponent and a child.

However, Davis has now acknowledged Garcia's growth as a boxer, recognizing him as one of the most lethal punchers in the sport and his most challenging opponent yet.

The two are set to face off on April 22nd at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, in what promises to be an exciting main event.

Photo: Instagram/Gervonta Davis 

Garcia's recent string of impressive victories, including a sixth-round stoppage of Javier Fortuna, has caught Davis's attention.

Davis himself has faced tough opponents such as Leo Santa Cruz, Mario Barrios, and Isaac Cruz, but he believes that Garcia's height, reach, and punching power make him the toughest opponent he has ever faced.

Despite being viewed as the solid favorite for the fight, Davis is not underestimating his opponent's abilities.

Instead, he is preparing for a challenging and exciting fight that could potentially define his career.

Davis's newfound respect for Garcia shows his maturity and growth as a boxer, and fans can expect an intense and thrilling matchup between the two top contenders.

Overall, the upcoming fight between Davis and Garcia is set to be a high-stakes event that could determine the future of both boxers.

Davis's admission of Garcia's skill level and potential to defeat him only adds to the excitement and anticipation of what could be one of the greatest fights of the year.

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Source: Boxing Scene

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