Along Alan Fox: Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis’ coach Calvin Ford is ‘sorry’ about everything happening to his fighter in the media about his fight with opponent Hector Luis Garcia on Showtime PPV Saturday night. said.
Tank (27-0, 25 KOs) vented his frustration against Hector (16-0, 10 KOs) as they headlined the Premier Boxing Champions event at Washington, DC’s Capitol One Arena. Diverge.
Whatever the 28-year-old Gerbonta has to do to motivate him, if he wants to make an impact on his 10-year professional career with a big bout against Ryan Garcia in April, he’s going to have to make an impact. can’t lose this battle, so he has to.
Gerbonta will fight for the first time since leaving Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s promotional agency. If he loses, boxing fans will point his finger and say that Tank would have fallen apart quickly if it weren’t for Floyd’s protection in terms of the soft matchmaking he was doing.
“I’m still in coaching mode,” Gervonta Davis trainer Calvin Ford told Fighthype. indicates that you pay attention to the big fights.
“With what is happening in the media about tanks, i just feel sorry for himThey keep the petrol on fire. I don’t train tanks for knockouts. In this particular fight, all the energy and stuff he had in his heart will take it out on the person inside the ring.
“He has nothing to lose,” Ford said of Hector Garcia. “That would be his most powerful access to me.
“We’re going to treat them like they’re not going anywhere unless they do their job in the ring.
“Because Demond Nicholson and Andrade are both in the same lane right now,” Ford said when asked what the most attractive thing about the undercard was. I’m about to compete in the remaining PBC games.
“I’m going with Demon. Ford said about who he’ll be supporting in the Andrade vs. Nicholson fight,” Damon knows. He’s been asking for this opportunity. Then he had a hiccup, it wasn’t the fight itself, it was himself.
“Now it’s all set. He’s home, big fights again, big names. So he’s got all the buttons in place. He’s just gotta do what he gotta do.”
“It’s his stuff,” Ford said of Jarbonta’s back and forth with Connor Benn on social media. [Tank] Knockout ration is the same as Deontay Wilder.
“We’re just making sure he’s doing what he’s supposed to do,” Ford said when asked how to keep Tank Davis from falling in love with his powers. “He’s not really looking for a knockout.
“At camp, I put it in his head, I like punishment. I say. Can you punish a man?”
When asked about welterweight contender Jaron ‘Boots’ Ennis, who is battling on the undercard on Saturday night, Ford replied, “The beast.” “He’s ready for everything [Errol Spence Jr and Terence Crawford].
“All ‘Boots’ is missing is a name. Let’s be real. That’s all he’s missing. Listen, [Keith] Thurman isn’t going to fight him, so that tells me something.
“If he passes a guy with a name, he’ll tell you everything he’s ready for. I’ve seen boots since I was a kid, so I always give them an edge. I was a kid.” I know all these fighters from I grew up with them all.
“So they look at me and they say, ‘That’s Calvin’s coach over there.’ keep.
“I don’t know because Spence and Crawford are number one.You have to remember that you need a lot of strings [pulled]. It will happen.
“If you go back in time and look at my track record, it happens. Money speaks, bulls walk,” Ford said.