Gervonta Davis vs Liam Walsh

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Gervonta Davis vs Liam Walsh
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Date: 
Saturday, May 20, 2017
Location: 
Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Hackney Wick, London
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
130
Titles at Stake: 
IBF World super featherweight title

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Fan Cards: Gervonta Davis vs Liam Walsh


scorecard by CAPMAN
Round
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12
Total
GERVONTA DAVIS
10
10
20
LIAM WALSH
9
9
18


scorecard by TALESFROMTHECRYPT
Round
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Total
GERVONTA DAVIS
10
10
20
LIAM WALSH
9
9
18


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
Round
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2
3
4
5
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9
10
11
12
Total
GERVONTA DAVIS
10
10
20
LIAM WALSH
9
9
18


scorecard by ALBERTOCASTANY
Round
1
2
3
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12
Total
GERVONTA DAVIS
10
10
20
LIAM WALSH
9
9
18


scorecard by CHAMPION97
Round
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
GERVONTA DAVIS
10
10
20
LIAM WALSH
9
9
18


scorecard by MIKE25
Round
1
2
3
4
5
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7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
GERVONTA DAVIS
10
10
20
LIAM WALSH
9
9
18


scorecard by ENDOFME1994
Round
1
2
3
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7
8
9
10
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12
Total
GERVONTA DAVIS
10
10
20
LIAM WALSH
9
9
18


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

I think this fight, for Liam Walsh, is long overdue. I remember when Boxnation started, around the time I first started taking an interest on boxing, in 2011. The channel opened with a fantastic night of action, with one of the fights Liam Walsh taking on friend Paul Appleby, with the admirable sportsmanship possibly expected to take so ething away from the fight, Walsh and Appleby battled it out for 10 rounds, they had each other close to gone at least twice, Walsh, getting off the canvas to build a lead on the scorecards, and stop his opponent. Walsh, soon after this fight, was dominant at commonwealth level, he impressed everybody against Appleby, showing his talent and heart, here, in 2017, at age 30, he still hasn't fought for a world title, I believe the issue, is his terrible promoter, I think Frank Warren is a nasty piece of work, and a disgrace to the sport. It is great that finally, Walsh has his world title opportunity.

Gervonta Davis is a big puncher, no doubt a talented fighter, a young world champion, and could not be hearing better advice, with the guidance of Floyd Mayweather, he will surely know how to perfrom to the very best of his potential, and use his ability in the best possible way. Following his explosive, impressive victory over Jose Pedraza, obviously, Davis has to be taken seriously, especially as a world champion in his own right, I think he has a lot to prove, because he is very young, and it is highly likely Pedraza wasn't at his best, however, he still deserves credit for the achievement, and I believe he is a very talented fighter with a great future ahead of him.

I think Liam Walsh will win this fight, I think experience and maturity will make a difference, and I think Walsh is the slightly more skilled all round boxer. I think Davis will test Walsh, make the fight extremely close, withstand Walsh's successful offence, show his talent, show abilty, push Walsh, over power him in many rounds, wkth his power really making a difference, maybe coming out on top in many toe to toe exchanges, and do so well he could win the fight based in what we'll see, but I think Walsh will out box him through many periods of the fight, take his power, and take his title, with a close decision, 116-112, 113-115, 115-113. I think Davis will think he won, so will Mayweather, I think this will be a fight which could go either way, but Mayweather won't see it that way, just like he did with Jack vs Degale, I think Mayweather will insist Davis won the fight, and Liam Walsh will take this very well, and keep his composure, but I can see Ryan Walsh not being so tolerant, and I think Warren and Mayweather will really lock horns.

I don't think this fight will do Davis's career any harm, he is young, he has bags of time ahead of him, he has a lot of potential, and I believe he will only learn and grow from defeat. I think this will be the highlight of Liam Walsh's career, he has waited so long for this, he really deserves this opportunity, I believe it will be his night, and he will become a world champion.

albertocastany's picture

Unfair stoppage. Perhaps Walsh should have taken a knee, nonetheless he wasn't badly hurt. He could have recovered for the next rounds, but I think brittish officials are just to scared to make a risky decision.

Champion97's picture

I'm going to look into you getting an official warning about posting this rubbish on this webiste, your lack of knowledge, is simply not good enough for this great sport. You absolute idiot.

Champion97's picture

GGG vs Brook
Canelo vs Angulo,
And now this,
You need to understand that the referee is trained to know when to stop a fight, and his job is to protect the two fighters.

EndOfMe1994's picture

Good stoppage. Walsh was out on his feet, taking clean shots to the head & wasn't throwing back.

Champion97's picture

Thank you, unlike that fool who just commented, you know your boxing EndOf.

Champion97's picture

What a performance from Gervonta Davis!
Not in a million years did I expect Davis to be able to box so well, and use his immense power so well. Liam Walsh is a very good fighter, I knew that for a fact before this fight, and if he gets a world title shot against a different champion, I give him a great chance, I think being stopped in three rounds doesn't do him justice, but at the end of the day, Davis is just levels above him, far better, and just in a different class, I knew Davis was the real deal, but I didn't think he had that level of ring IQ, experience, defensive ability, and so on. I honestly think Walsh was just unfortunate to have come up against the best.

Davis's performance was genius, I don't know much about Calvin Ford, but he seems like a great trainer, and Floyd Mayweather may his promoter, but he has clearly found a role as another trainer for Davis, and I believe that is why he is such a smart fighter, as he proved last night, he's only going to learn more and improve over the years, I think he could be one of the best in the world already, and before too long, he could be number one on the planet, I'd give him a chance against Lomackenko even now, and in a couple of years, I think he beats him. I really don't see such a big difference in experience, skill, ring craft, talent, I don't, and with the power Davis has, I believe he can beat anyone.