How Does Gervonta Davis Spend His Money? Cars, Houses, Jewelry 

Published 12/04/2021, 8:47 AM EST
WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 01: Gervonta Davis celebrates after knocking out and defeating Guillermo Avila of Mexico (not pictured) in their super featherweights bout at the DC Armory on April 1, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Floyd Mayweather’s protege Gervonta Davis is now a massive name in boxing. Over the years, he has racked up a clean undefeated record with a near-perfect knockout rate. Under his mentor’s wing and guidance, the three-time world champion has managed to pick the right fights at the right time.


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His association with the ‘Mayweather’ brand has paid off huge dividends for ‘Tank’ Davis in the past couple of years. Starting with a $75,000 payout in his first IBF super featherweight world title clash against Jose Pedraza, Gervonta Davis is now earning more than most other top prospects and champions.


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At the young age of 27, he is already one of the richest athletes in the sport. With ‘Money’ Mayweather by his side at all times, Gervonta Davis’ net worth, as of December 2021, reportedly stands tall somewhere between the $4 million – $6 million range.

Davis now wants to expand his presence and make a name for himself in other domains. He recently revealed he wants to become a much bigger star, even outside the four corners of a boxing ring.

Here’s a look at how the 27-year-old’s lifestyle and the ways in which spends his money –

Gervonta Davis Has Spent Over $2.2 Million From His Net Worth on Cars

It is evident from his social media feed, especially on Instagram, that Gervonta Davis owns at least four luxury cars – a Rolls Royce Cullinan, a Corvette Stingray, a Lamborghini Urus SUV, and a beast of a customized USSV Rhino GX.

From other videos and news pieces about Davis’ car crashes and lawsuits, we now also know that he also owns four other expensive luxury cars including a Ferrari, Rolls Royce, Range Rover, and another slick Lamborghini.

  • Rolls Royce Cullinan – $330,000
  • Corvette Stingray – $61,000
  • Lamborghini Urus – $220,000
  • A customized USSV Rhino GX – $330,000


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All in all, Gervonta Davis has spent at least and over $2.2 million on luxury and ultra-luxury vehicles.

Inside Gervonta Davis’ Luxurious Mansion

Not much is known about his residence(s); however, one ESNews video gives us an insight into a Las Vegas mansion that Gervonta Davis uses as a camp base. Ellie Seckbach gave a deep look in and out of the massive mansion; he showed that the entire Las Vegas strip is visible from his house, that it has a jacuzzi, a swimming pool, and a basketball court.

Very relaxing, it’s like you’re in a resort, like you’re in an island somewhere, but you’re in the middle of the city, in a busy place like Vegas,” Seckbach described his experience at Davis’ mansion.

Gervonta Davis’ Insanely Expensive Jewelry

‘Tank’ Davis is almost always decked out with jewelry. He has a huge fascination for diamond-encrusted necklaces, wrist brackets, veneer teeth, rings, and all possible forms of jewelry.


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In 2019, Davis revealed that $6 million worth of a chain and a watch were stolen from his house just two hours after he showed them off on social media. Taking to social media, Davis begged his fans, saying: “Yo somebody broke into my house here in Cali and stole my jewelry…If somebody try to sell it let me know!“.

BROOKLYN, NY – JULY 29: Gervonta Davis answers questions during a media availability on July 29, 2017 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn borough of New York City. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

However, this is not the only jewelry mix-up he’s been involved in. In early 2020, a jeweler even sued Davis over not honoring a $250,000 purchase order. Davis reportedly ‘bought’ a $130,000 green Richard Mille watch, a $30,000 Rolex, and about $72,000 worth of pendants. He also had another Richard Mille watch repaired for $19,000.


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The lawsuit read, “Davis knew that the cashier’s check was counterfeit and he acted intentionally and with malicious intent“. He was then asked to either return the jewelry or pay the $250,000 with interest charges.



Sanjit Misra

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Sanjit Misra is a boxing author at EssentiallySports. Sanjit fused his passion for writing with his love for jabs, hooks, and uppercuts and entered the realm of boxing journalism. The elegance, the sweet science, and the finesse of hand-to-hand combat was what initially drew him into the world of boxing.