Jose Pedraza vs. Gervonta Davis Scorecard by mike25


scorecard by MIKE25
Round
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Total
JOSE PEDRAZA
9
9
9
10
10
9
56
GERVONTA DAVIS
10
10
10
9
9
10
58

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Champion97's picture

Coming up, not long to wait now, I say go on guys, give everyone a great fight and do yourselves proud, I really don't mind who wins, you've got to love both warriors and be 100% behind both! May the best boxer win?

Who will it be?!

Davis? Or Walsh? I'm leaning towards Davis.

I can't wait, it should be a great night.

I think Davis will win.

Champion97's picture

Close 1st round, very, very interesting, Davis just doing enough for me.

Champion97's picture

What a performance from Gervonta Davis! As you know, I was supporting the other side, but congrats to you my friend on Gervonta Davis winning, and like I said, now that he has won, I'm hardly even disappointed, as a fan of Davis also, but I'm a bit gutted for Walsh, I think he could have done better, but the stoppage was bang on, perfect stoppage, if anything, it could have been stopped slightly earlier, but no Davis is on another level completely to Walsh, I think Walsh's poor opposition besides Klimov hurt him, but that isn't an excuse, not at all, just part of the reason why the predicted experience difference wasn't there, well it was, but on the other side.

I like that Davis showed class in victory, I think for the next 15 years, he will be a national superstar in this great sport, and will improve over the next decade, as a runner myself, I think and hope he does a lot for running in boxing in the future, I think he will encourage other people witn speaking difficulties not to let it hold them back. What a performance from Davis, this experience surely help his career!

It was amazing. I was surprised he got him out there that early. I do feel for Walsh to. There was nothing to complain about the stoppage at all he looked like he was about to go. What do you think is next for both?

Same here. I think he can be a big name in boxing for years to come. It's great to see him not be discouraged with speaking difficulties to give interviews.

How do you think Davis does against Lomachenko?

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Me too, I think Walsh is better than a man who really can't go 3 rounds with Davis, but no excuses, what a KO, and didn't I tell you what a good guy Liam Walsh was?, did you see how well he handled defeat?. Well 130 is something of a quiet division, I mean who's out there, Lomackenko has just beat Martinez, Walters, Sosa with absolute ease, and has taken himself to the very, very top level with those three master class performances, but in the same division, mark my words, you smash through Pedraza and Walsh like that, who out there can lace your boots? I'm hopeful that, due to the fact that Tank is 22, and he is growing, maybe he will move up to 135 before too long, he should 100% follow Floyd's advice, move up if and when it is really necessary, not just for more, and bigger fights, there is plenty of time for that, but I wouldn't be surprised if we saw him competing at 135 next year, some big fights out there, but whatever, Davis is a star, and he's the champion, he should just keep fighting, stay active, and just keep enjoying boxing, one fighter in the division I feel is underrated, and may be number three in the division, is..... you know who I think we shouldn't forget?

Liam Walsh should go back to the drawing board, you can laugh at me, but I believe he can still win a world title, just against a different champion, if Davis and Lomackenko move up, then I believe he has a shot against all the other champions, some more than others, but let's never write this man off, tonight, he was simply beaten by the better man on the night, there is no shame on that, what you saw between Davis and Walsh after the fight, that is respect, Davis knows his power, when he knocks a man down, and he watches the warrior try his best, get up to his feet, his level of respect for him will grow. I'm so disappointed, and quite angry about all the morons complaining about the stoppage, these fighters put their lives on the line, the stoppage was exactly right.

I know from experience that it is tough, people laugh at you, it can cause social anxiety, I could have done with someone to look up to when I was a kid, hopefully kids in the same position now, will find a good role model in Gervonta, and if he keeps running as fast as he does, him and Floyd keep doing their road runs, and they encourage young fighters to run, that's great.

I'm going to be honest, he gives him some real problems, yeah, I mean, Inthink he can hurt Lomackenko, if he catches him clean, Lomackenko might go, that is quite a fight, I don't think he is ready for Lomackenko, but I think a couple of years down the line, he might well be, I mean, let's look at it this way,

Lomackenko,

29 years old.

Davis

22 years old

Lomackenko

9 professional fights, 1 defeat

Davis

18 professional fights, got an '0'

Lomackenko

396-1 as an amateur

Davis

206-15 as an amateur

Lomackenko

Big wins, Russell, Martinez, Sosa, Walters

Davis

Big wins, Pedraza, Walsh

Does it look to you like Tank is without a lot more than a puncher's chance even now?