Earlier this year boxing star Gervonta Davis faced legal issues related to violating the terms of his house arrest, which stemmed from a guilty plea of four counts stemming from a November 2020 crash that injured four people. The star boxer, who fought twice in 2023 as Davis earned a technical knockout over WBA super featherweight world champion Hector Luis Garcia when Garcia was unable to continue in their January fight. Davis returned rather quickly against internet sensation, Ryan Garcia, in which he stopped Garcia with a dramatic body shot - both fights were featured on pay-per-view.
Davis was forced to serve 44 of his 90 days of detention incarcerated.
Davis was released on July 14th of this year but has made little to any public statements since his release.
Recently, ProBox TV News caught up with his co-trainer Kenny Ellis, who is busy promoting a fantastic card on August 5th, at the Physical Education Complex 2500 W. North Ave, Baltimore, Maryland, which will see Mia Ellis, Domnique Crowder, Jalil Hackett, and many others featured on this card, which will not just be a pro card, but focus on uplifting the youth in a positive way in Baltimore.
During the promotion of this upcoming fight card, Kenny Ellis gave ProBox TV News an update on Davis.
As rumors float of a potential fourth-quarter fight date, various names have been speculated as fight fans are eager to see the return of one of the most profitable and exciting fighters in the sport of boxing in Davis.
"He is back in the gym," said Ellis. "He didn't turn it up yet, but he is back in the gym, and we [are] just waiting on that call [for his next fight] so we can turn it up."
Ellis confirmed that Davis' spirits are high and that he is in a good place. As no timeline for when Davis might return or an opponent was available to be offered at this time as of now.
"Tank is doing really good," furthered Ellis. "In fact, I called him earlier today and he was playing a video game."