Gervonta Davis, Ryan Garcia promise to break each other’s jaws

Both fighters say they're about to break the other's jaw

Both fighters say they’re about to break the other’s jaw
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Boxing is a shell of its former self. Under the right conditions, this could break through sports purgatory and be really exciting. Enter two undefeated fighters Gervonta Davis and Ryan GarciaNeither one has an unblemished record after their catchweight bout this weekend. Beyond the story of the tape as a decoy, the pair have taken the best route, making professional wrestling and mixed martial arts the trendy option in the current combat-sports landscape. Promising a knockout where the loser has to leave the ring with a broken jaw doesn’t hurt either.

Both Garcia and Davis had injured each other while posing for the traditional pre-fight photo-op with their fists close to each other. Showcasing their out-of-ring personas has been the calling card of the UFC, adding more drama to the fights. Remember the fight between Jorge Masvidal and Colby Covington last March? All the trash talk made it more interesting and it was only fueled by his post-fight altercation in Miami. That same energy is being demonstrated by Davis and Garcia, who clearly despise each other and that will add to how much each punch means inside the ring.

Masvidal and Covington Borrowed from the Pro-Wrestling Playbook To sell your fight, where the theatrical world of the squared circle relies on bombastic personalities and storylines to make every “fight” something. It’s never just about who’s the best. It’s a journey of how to be the best at it as well as what are the ethical behaviors of people who deserve to be championed. And that’s exactly the script Davis and Garcia are writing.

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Davis has a better track record for knockouts, finishing 26 of his 28 professional bouts via knockout. Davis has had only one bout end by knockout since October 2014. it’s 93 percent Most of the fights in Davis’ career ended without the judges’ scorecards. Garcia also has an impressive streak of knockouts, winning 19 of his 23 professional bouts not by decision, or just shy of 83 percent., Garcia has the only professional bout that Davis has a combined 51 prior and has not ended by knockout or unanimous decision. a september A judge in his 2018 fight against Carlos Morales believed that Garcia did not win the fight.

Despite the chatter, both fighters need to know that the biggest challenge in their professional careers lies in each other. It is beyond obvious point that neither of the two have lost the battle. In fighting games it is common to hear that styles clash and this clash is spectacular. Garcia has a 4-inch height advantage and has knocked down opponents numerous times with his signature left hook. Garcia has recently fought at a higher weight than Davis. and Davis has more headlining fights and are Been in the game for a long time. He also has many ways to bring down his opponents. With both fighters promising to knock each other out, there is no way either fighter is going to be timid. Both would throw haymaker after haymaker, big shot after big shot. And that bodes well for a game that needs this type of crossover to rekindle the fan base.