Gervonta Davis Fires Back at Ryan Garcia: ‘I Rather Handle S–t Wit Violence’

Gervonta Davis poses for photographs during the official weigh-in for a boxing match against Argentina's Jesus Cuellar Friday, April 20, 2018, in New York. Cuellar and Davis are schedule to fight Saturday for the vacant WBA junior lightweight title. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

Fresh off successful the period in-between WBC light-weight name Saturday, Ryan Garcia continues to have his attractions set on Gervonta Davis.

Speaking to TMZ Sports, Garcia implored Davis to simply accept his problem for a battle and vowed that he would win inside of two rounds.

“I do not have time for celebrations,” The Flash stated. “I’m on one venture. I’m on a venture to knock out Gervonta Davis in two rounds. This guy will move down. Two rounds—that is a promise!!”

Davis spoke back loudly and obviously on Instagram (caution: submit accommodates profanity):

Garcia has been chasing a battle with Tank for years.

“When he stops coming into hassle and begins making weight, we will be able to get it on,” the 22-year-old advised TMZ in September 2018.

Garcia and Davis are two of essentially the most dominant light-weight stars in boxing. They have a blended 45-0 report with 41 knockouts. Garcia scored a seventh-round TKO over Luke Campbell to develop into the WBC period in-between light-weight champion.

Davis, 26, final fought on Oct. 31 when he knocked out Leo Santa Cruz within the 6th around to retain the WBA light-weight name and win the WBA tremendous featherweight name.