Gervonta Davis' Greatest Rivals: Ryan Garcia, Teofimo Lopez, Josh Taylor, and 5 More

Many believe that Gervonta Davis is the future face of boxing. He has defeated many elite boxers in his professional career, and he plans to keep doing it. So, let's take a look at Gervonta Davis' Greatest Rivals.

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Ryan Garcia

Ryan Garcia 21-0 and the current WBC interim lightweight champion. Davis and Garcia have been going back and forth on Twitter, and a boxing match between them is the best way to settle the score.

Devin Haney

Devin Haney is 26-0 and the current WBC lightweight champion. It's no secret that Haney and Davis have bad blood between them.

Teofimo Lopez

Teofimo Lopez is 16-0 and the current WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and The Ring lightweight champion. Lopez has called out Davis multiple times on different occasions. 

Vasyl Lomachenko

Vasyl Lomachenko is 14-2 and a former lightweight world champion. Lomachenko will for sure be a great opponent for Davis.

Josh Taylor

Josh Taylor is 18-0 and the current undisputed light-welterweight champion. He holds the WBA (Super), IBF, WBC, WBO, and The Ring light-welterweight titles. A tough competitor for Davis in the light-welterweight division.

Luke Campbell

Luke Campbell is 20-4 in his professional boxing career. He has fought against several elite boxers, and he won't be a walk in the park for Davis if the fight ever comes to fruition.

George Kambosos Jr.

George Kambosos Jr. is undefeated with a professional record of 19-0. It will be a tough challenge to overcome for Davis.

Shakur Stevenson

Shakur Stevenson is the upcoming boxer with a professional record of 15-0. Stevenson has sparred with many skilled boxers, which also includes Davis.

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