Tank vs Martin

It was a thrilling night of boxing in Las Vegas as Gervonta Davis defended his WBA lightweight title against Frank Martin, finishing with a spectacular knockout in the eighth round. This victory extends Davis’ undefeated record to 30-0, with 28 of those wins coming by knockout. Martin, on the other hand, experienced the first loss of his career, bringing his record to 18-1.

Tank vs Martin

Davis, who hadn’t fought since April of the previous year, started the match slowly. Martin capitalized on this, winning the majority of the early rounds with effective counterpunches against Davis’ pressure.

 

As the fight progressed, Davis began to gain momentum. In the eighth round, he cornered Martin against the ropes and landed a powerful uppercut, stunning his opponent. Seizing the moment, Davis followed up with a devastating left hook, knocking Martin down for the count and securing a decisive victory.

 

With the lightweight title in hand, Gervonta Davis now has numerous options for his next fight. Potential opponents include lightweight champions Shakur Stevenson and Vasiliy Lomachenko for a title unification bout. Additionally, a rematch against 140-pound champion Isaac Cruz is also on the table.

 

“Most importantly, I want to just get back to the drawing board,” Davis said after the win. “Get back in the gym and just stay focused. I felt I was a little rusty, but all those guys are on my radar.

 

In the co-main event, David Benavidez dominated former 175-pound champion Oleksandr Gvozdyk to win the interim WBC title by unanimous decision. Having moved up to the light heavyweight division after being repeatedly passed over for a fight against undisputed 168-pound champion Canelo Alvarez, Benavidez looked comfortable at the new weight class.

 

Benavidez showcased his skills and control throughout the bout, easily winning on the scorecards. This victory secures his status as the mandatory challenger for the winner of the upcoming undisputed fight between Dmitry Bivol and Artur Beterbiev in October.

Tank vs Martin

It was an exciting night of fights as Tank Davis and David Benavidez both delivered dominant wins at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, which successfully hosted its 100th championship boxing card on Saturday. Below are live updates from throughout the event.

 

 Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin: Round 8 Recap

In an electrifying Round 8, Gervonta “Tank” Davis increased his offensive output, throwing over 30 punches for the first time in the bout during the previous round. Martin opened the round with solid combination punches, but Davis quickly took control. Trapping Martin in the corner, Davis landed a series of powerful shots. A huge uppercut followed by a devastating left hook sent Martin to the canvas. Martin was unable to beat the count, and Davis secured a knockout victory in Round 8

 

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin: Round 6
The fight has been going as expected, with Martin being the more active fighter and potentially winning every round so far. Davis continues to apply pressure, walking Martin down. When Davis manages to corner Martin, he lands a few solid shots, but Martin quickly escapes. Davis is beginning to find more success with his pressure, especially when he corners Martin. This round was the closest of the fight so far, showing Davis’s increasing effectiveness.

 

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin: Round 7
Martin starts the round with some active combinations. A minute in, Davis lands a big overhand right and starts piling on the pressure. Martin does well to avoid further damage. Davis finds success whenever he backs Martin against the ropes, teeing off on him until Martin escapes. This was Davis’s most dominant round of the fight, pushing Martin back and landing frequently. Davis clearly took this round, possibly his first of the fight.

 

 Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin: Round 3
Davis is stalking Martin, looking for openings, but Martin is moving well. Davis’s pressure results in some connections, but nothing significant enough to trouble Martin. Martin spends much of the round in the corner but counters effectively to stay out of danger. In the final 30 seconds, Martin lands a nice combination, prompting Davis to tie up. Martin starts strong, but Davis appears to be gaining momentum.

 

 Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin: Round 4
Martin continues to move well, making it difficult for Davis and landing some solid shots in the opening minute. Midway through, Davis connects well to the body, but Martin quickly ties up. Martin remains the more active fighter, landing combinations, but they haven’t pushed Davis back yet. Davis finishes the round with a strong shot, making it a closer round but likely still in Martin’s favor.

 

 Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin: Round 5
Davis starts the round by flashing his jab repeatedly at Martin, who shows good defense to avoid follow-up combinations. Davis lands a solid shot on Martin in the corner, but Martin uses his footwork to avoid further damage. Through five rounds, Martin is outlanding Davis, but Davis is connecting with his shots at a higher accuracy.

 

 Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin: Round 6
The fight is unfolding as expected, with Martin being the more active fighter and potentially winning most of the rounds so far. Davis continues to apply pressure, walking Martin down. When Davis corners Martin, he lands a few solid shots, but Martin quickly escapes. Davis is beginning to find more success with his pressure, especially when he corners Martin. This round was the closest of the fight so far, showing Davis’s increasing effectiveness.

 

 Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin: Round 7
Martin starts the round with active combinations. A minute in, Davis lands a big overhand right and starts piling on the pressure. Martin does well to avoid further damage. Davis finds success whenever he backs Martin against the ropes, teeing off on him until Martin escapes. This was Davis’s most dominant round of the fight, pushing Martin back and landing frequently. Davis clearly took this round, possibly his first of the fight.

 

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin: Round 8
In an electrifying Round 8, Davis increased his offensive output, throwing over 30 punches for the first time in the bout during the previous round. Martin opened the round with solid combination punches, but Davis quickly took control. Trapping Martin in the corner, Davis landed a series of powerful shots. A huge uppercut followed by a devastating left hook sent Martin to the canvas. Martin was unable to beat the count, and Davis secured a knockout victory in Round 8

 

David Benavidez Defeats Oleksandr Gvozdyk for Interim Title

In the co-main event, David Benavidez defeated former world champion Oleksandr Gvozdyk by unanimous decision to win the interim WBC light heavyweight title. This was Benavidez’s first fight at 175 pounds since moving up from super middleweight, following multiple unsuccessful attempts to secure a fight against undisputed champion Canelo Alvarez. Benavidez looked strong in his new weight class, dominating Gvozdyk to claim the interim title.

 

The judges’ scorecards unanimously favored Benavidez with scores of 116-112, 117-111, and 119-109, solidifying his record at 29-0 while Gvozdyk’s record dropped to 20-2.

 

Benavidez asserted his dominance early in the fight, controlling the opening rounds with relentless pressure that overwhelmed Gvozdyk. Although he maintained control in the second half of the fight, Benavidez appeared to ease off slightly, allowing Gvozdyk to apply more pressure.

 

Overall, it was a comfortable performance for Benavidez in the light heavyweight division. He now stands as the mandatory challenger to the winner of the October undisputed bout between Dmitry Bivol and Artur Beterbiev. Additionally, Benavidez retains his mandatory status for Canelo’s title at 168 pounds, offering him solid prospects moving forward.

 

Post-fight, Benavidez expressed his desire for a shot at Canelo next, emphasizing his willingness to compete in both super middleweight and light heavyweight divisions. He also revealed he had torn a ligament in his right hand before the fight but opted to fight through the injury.

 

David Benavidez vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk: Round 11

Benavidez has landed 190 punches through 10 rounds, leaving Gvozdyk needing a knockout to win. While Benavidez continues to land effectively on the inside, Gvozdyk has countered with solid connections of his own. Gvozdyk is finding more success as the fight progresses, though Benavidez remains active with his punches. Gvozdyk faces a tall task needing a knockout, but he has shown improvement as the fight has unfolded.

 

David Benavidez vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk: Round 12

Entering the final round, Benavidez appears poised to secure his first victory at 175 pounds. Gvozdyk remains active and finds some success early with his jab. Benavidez has outlanded Gvozdyk by over 60 punches midway through the round. While Benavidez seems to have slowed the pace or tired slightly in the latter half of the fight, he is on track for a comfortable victory in his return to light heavyweight after many years.

 

David Benavidez vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk: Round 8

Benavidez starts the round on the back foot, assessing the situation. He gradually increases the pressure, landing solid jabs as he begins to push Gvozdyk back. Benavidez appears more reserved in this round, throwing only 17 shots in the first two minutes. Despite allowing Gvozdyk more opportunities in the past couple of rounds, Benavidez continues to land strong shots throughout. The round is closer as both fighters connect with 14 shots each.

 

David Benavidez vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk: Round 9

Benavidez maintains a 44% connect rate through eight rounds. He resumes pressuring Gvozdyk in this round but remains cautious about fully committing. Gvozdyk lands sporadically, but Benavidez controls the pace, landing consistently without applying overwhelming pressure. Gvozdyk manages to land a couple of shots towards the end of the round, making it another closely contested round.

 

David Benavidez vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk: Round 10

Benavidez appears content to let Gvozdyk apply more pressure in recent rounds, confident in his control of the fight and likely heading towards a decision victory. While he could potentially stop Gvozdyk if he intensifies his pressure, Benavidez opts to land strong shots into the final minute without fully committing to a finish.

 

David Benavidez vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk: Round 5

Gvozdyk starts the fifth round pushing the pace, utilizing his jab effectively. Benavidez has been outlanding Gvozdyk 84-47 through the first four rounds. The round begins quietly, with Benavidez landing solid jabs midway through. As the round progresses, Benavidez starts unloading combinations towards the final minute, though Gvozdyk manages to maintain a strong guard. While Gvozdyk doesn’t appear significantly hurt, Benavidez continues to dominate the fight with one-sided traffic, steadily building momentum.

 

David Benavidez vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk: Round 1

Benavidez faces a larger opponent for the first time in a while as he steps up to 175 pounds. He holds a 10-year age advantage over Gvozdyk. Despite Gvozdyk using movement, Benavidez effectively closes the distance. Benavidez lands well when inside, particularly targeting the body. A strong start for Benavidez in this round.

 

David Benavidez vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk: Round 2

Benavidez lands a significant left hook early in the round. He continues to pressure Gvozdyk, who attempts to control with his jab. Two minutes in, Benavidez lands a solid two-punch combination that visibly affects Gvozdyk. Gvozdyk struggles to keep Benavidez at bay, leading to a strong start for “The Mexican Monster.

 

David Benavidez vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk: Round 3

Gvozdyk begins the round emphasizing his jab, which Benavidez counters with a strong jab of his own. Benavidez finds success targeting Gvozdyk’s body. Gvozdyk defends well against Benavidez’s aggression, blocking numerous shots. Benavidez remains dominant, landing stronger and more frequent shots through three rounds.

 

David Benavidez vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk: Round 4

Benavidez continues his assault with 30 body shots landed in the first three rounds, focusing on Gvozdyk’s midsection. Despite it being his debut at 175 pounds, Benavidez matches Gvozdyk’s size effectively. Benavidez maintains pressure and lands effectively, although he hasn’t fully unleashed on Gvozdyk yet. In the final 30 seconds, Benavidez starts to land powerful shots, testing Gvozdyk’s resilience. Benavidez remains in control, leading 4-0 after four rounds.

 

Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin Undercard Results

– Alberto Puello defeated Gary Antuanne Russell by split decision.
– Carlos Adames defeated Terrell Gausha by unanimous decision.

Gary Antuanne Russell vs. Alberto Puello: Round 1

Gary Antuanne Russell aims to maintain his perfect knockout record against former world champion Alberto Puello in their bout. Puello enjoys a noticeable size advantage inside the ring, while Russell starts by applying pressure. Russell finds some success getting inside early on, though Puello counters effectively with some solid shots of his own.

 

Gary Antuanne Russell vs. Alberto Puello: Round 2

Puello lands some effective shots while moving backward, even initiating pressure himself in the initial moments. Russell utilizes his southpaw jab well, but Puello evades pressure adeptly. Russell controls the tempo, yet Puello avoids significant strikes thus far. Puello’s successful counters likely earn him the round.

 

Gary Antuanne Russell vs. Alberto Puello: Round 3

Russell continues to apply pressure and scores effectively on the inside, but Puello displays disciplined defense. Russell begins connecting with his right hand midway through the round and corners Puello, unleashing a flurry. Puello counters the onslaught with a solid left hand to evade danger. Puello’s effective counterpunching counters Russell’s strongest round thus far.

 

Gary Antuanne Russell vs. Alberto Puello: Round 4

Russell opens the round with a spirited flurry, pressuring Puello. Russell begins to increase pressure, resulting in effective strikes. Puello counters and escapes pressure well, but Russell lands more and does not back down. Puello launches a counterattack in the final minute. A close round with both fighters landing eight punches each.

 

Gary Antuanne Russell vs. Alberto Puello: Round 5

Puello starts the round with powerful shots. Russell is pushing Puello but not as aggressively as in the previous round. At the midpoint, Puello lands some good shots in the ring center. Puello works on the body effectively in this round. After Russell’s seemed to be heating up, good round for Puello.

 

Carlos Adames vs. Terrell Gausha: Round 7

Expectations were high for Adames in his first world title defense, but the bout has been subdued thus far. The action starts to intensify in the early moments of the round. Gausha finds success landing inside shots, prompting Adames to respond with powerful punches. This is the first instance in the match where Gausha advances on Adames, who retaliates with a significant right punch midway through the round. It’s been the most energetic round of the fight so far, but the pace remains sluggish overall. Adames may claim the round with some notable connections, though it remains tightly contested.

Carlos Adames vs. Terrell Gausha: Round 8

Gausha begins with more aggression than Adames, landing effective body shots in the opening minute. Both fighters throw punches sparingly, and few land cleanly, frequently glancing off gloves. The round concludes with a few exchanges; however, Gausha outperforms Adames, potentially securing the round.

Carlos Adames vs. Terrell Gausha: Round 9

Through eight rounds, Adames leads Gausha 64-58 in landed punches. Both boxers exchange looks and throw occasional punches, with no clear domination. Gausha manages to apply pressure to Adames during the latter part of the fight without encountering any severe damage, though Adames’ minimal aggression does not force him to avoid.

 

Carlos Adames vs. Terrell Gausha: Round 6

Gausha lands a couple of solid shots early in the round, asserting himself against Adames. Adames replies with a body shot, yet appears cautious about launching a full assault. His attacks are limited to one or two punches at a time before retreating. Meanwhile, Gausha occasionally unloads on Adames. Adames likely secures the round due to consistent pressure, despite landing fewer than 35 punches by the round’s end.

carlos Adames vs. Terrell Gausha: Round 5

Adames leads in punches landed, 22-14, demonstrating increasing activity throughout the fight. Despite this, his performance remains lackluster. Adames connects with several shots, but Gausha counters with a flurry midway through the round. Adames seems hesitant to fully engage while Gausha maintains movement around the ring, dodging Adames’ advances and occasionally landing combinations. The challenger likely claims the round.

Carlos Adames vs. Terrell Gausha: Round 4

Adames escalates the pressure and starts with a solid right to Gausha’s body. Gausha responds by throwing combinations and connecting with a few shots on Adames. Although Adames manages to strike Gausha with powerful punches, he does not intensify his aggression. Adames secures the round, landing his best shots so far, but the match has yet to fully ignite.

Carlos Adames vs. Terrell Gausha: Round 3

Adames slightly increases his pressure, but neither fighter lands significant punches in the first half of the round. Gausha waits for an opportunity to counter, but Adames fails to penetrate his defenses. Adames controls the pace, yet the round sees few landed punches from either fighter.

carlos Adames vs. Terrell Gausha: Round 2

Both boxers start cautiously again, with Gausha relying on his jab without finding much success. Adames attempts to set up a powerful right hand with his jab, forcing Gausha to retreat. Despite pushing Gausha backward, Adames does not throw many punches. Gausha lands a solid right in the final moments, likely winning the round with his activity.

Carlos Adames vs. Terrell Gausha: Round 1

In his first defense of the WBC middleweight title since being promoted from interim champion earlier in the year, Adames faces Gausha, who uses numerous jabs to fend off Adames’ pressure. Both fighters exhibit cautious aggression in the opening round, resulting in a slow start to the bout.

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