Gervonta “Tank” Davis is the news again, but this time is was at the biggest American sporting event of the first quarter, as the world champion boxer used a wheelchair to get around, as first reported by TMZ Sports, at the Super Bowl LIV that saw the Kansas City Chiefs outpoint the Philadelphia Eagles to win become the Super Bowl champions.
Davis who on January 7th knocked out Hector Luis Garcia, the WBA super featherweight champion, who moved up to 135 lbs to challenge Davis for a world title, and a shot at glory fighting in his first ever pay-per-view main event.
"[expletive] happen all the time,” said Davis when leaving the event to TMZ Sports. “[expletive] be happening.”
Davis, who is currently being rumored to fight Ryan Garcia on April 15th on pay-per-view, had not been reported as injured prior to this appearance in a wheelchair at the big game.
“[I am] alright,” furthered Davis when leaving State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
TMZ Sports reported the cause of Davis’ need for a wheelchair is a pesky ankle injury, but fear not, as it shouldn’t prolong the bout between himself and Ryan Garcia, according to Davis.
Gervonta “Tank” Davis was spotted in a wheelchair at Super Bowl LIV as he was leaving the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
The news first reported by TMZ Sports stated that Davis was in a wheelchair due to an ankle injury.
Davis said to TMZ Sports he is alright and that [expletive] happen all the time.
Davis is rumored to be in talks with Ryan Garcia for an April 15th pay-per-view mega-fight, though Davis expressed he’d be healthy in time for that bout.
Davis last fought on January 7th in which he knocked out Hector Luis Garcia, the WBA super featherweight champion, on pay-per-view.