What's Next for Gervonta Davis After Being Released from Jail?

Boxing champion Gervonta Davis was serving time for running a red light and hitting another vehicle. However, he was released from jail today and will be resuming his career. Let's look at what is next for Davis!

Haney, the undisputed champion, complete with his technical skills faces a formidable challenge against Davis. Despite Haney's experience and achievements, Davis will be highly motivated in their upcoming fight for the undisputed championship.

Devin Haney

With Gervonta Davis and Devin Haney in the lightweight division, Shakur Stevenson emerges as a challenger. A potential fight between Davis and Stevenson could be the standout matchup at 135 pounds.

Shakur Stevenson

Lomachenko's boxing prowess, although uncertain at 35, could still pose a challenge for anyone, including top pound-for-pound fighters like Haney. If Lomachenko wins against Haney, Davis may seek a matchup with him.

Vasiliy Lomachenko

Gervonta Davis, the WBA (Regular) lightweight champion, will potentially fight against Lopez. Teofimo Lopez's father has acknowledged Davis' abilities and expressed the possibility of a future matchup between the two lightweight champions.

Teofimo Lopez

George Kambosos Jr could be a potential opponent for Gervonta Davis for 135 pounds lightweight division.

George Kambosos Jr

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