Explore Gervonta Davis's Massive Net Worth in 2021: How Much Does the Boxer Earn Per Fight?
A prominent name in the sports world, Gervonta Davis is an American professional boxer. With multiple championships, he is a well-established player and is currently a WBA Super Featherweight Champion. He is the father of Gervanni.
Gervonta started boxing when he was only five. And the credit goes to his uncles, James Walker and Edwin Hanks, who prevented Davis from walking the wrong path after being involved in a neighborhood altercation. Following is a look at Davis's exhilarating journey to success and his complete net worth details.
How Much is Gervonta Davis Valued in 2022?
As Gervonta Davis became the 3-division champion with a win over Mario Barrios on June 26, people have been curious about the duo's accomplishments. According to a reliable online outlet, Davis's net worth is around $4 million.
Davis became the 3-division champion with a win over Mario Barrios. Photo Source: Badleft Hook
Still early in his boxing career, experts deem Davis's spike in net worth plausible. Nicknamed "The One" as of recent, Davis's net worth is anticipated to a meteoric rise given his fights so far. He was estimated to have a net worth of $2.5 million in 2020. Aged 27 now, Davis made his debut against Desi William, aged 18.
Davis's soaring paycheck in each fight has become note-worthy, too. In 2016, in him vs. José Pedraza, he reportedly made $75,000. And in 2017, Davis raked $600,000 fighting against Fonseca. As per Forbes, Davis made a striking $1 million from his fight againstHugo Ruiz.
Forbes says Davis made $1 million from his fight against Hugo Ruiz. Photo Source: Badleft Hook
His profession remains Davis's main source of income, but the rising star also endorses multiple brands for extra income. He promotes the clothing brand Under Armour. Davis stirred quite the headlines in 2019 when he claimed some burglar had stolen a £5m worth of jewelry. Internet exclaimed they didn't know the boxer had that much.
Davis on Being Mentored by Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Despite delivering ferocious talent in the ring, he is thought to be held back by his focus and decision-making skills. For instance, his weight has constantly prevented him from rising to his full potential. But, the 27 years old is now mentored and promoted by Floyd Mayweather Jr.
“You got crazy boxing skills. I just tell him to use your boxing skills," says Mayweather on Davis. Photo source: Talk Sport
"You got crazy boxing skills. I just tell him to use your boxing skills, you can break a guy down, and then once you break a guy down you don’t gotta worry 'cause you can hit him with a power shot and he’s gonna go," said the legendary boxer, Mayweather about his disciple.
Davis is reportedly relying on Mayweather for support in his endeavor. During his last year's fight against Santa Cruz, Davis said, I'm close to my Mayweather team, and I have Floyd in the gym with me more. I'm grateful for having them tweak things that will help me fight better."
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