Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis Names Shawn Michaels & Rey Mysterio As Favorite Wrestlers & Is Down To Appear On AEW Or WWE [Watch]


As Gervonta Davis prepared for his highly anticipated bout against Ryan Garcia, he took a moment to share his excitement with Bally Sports’ Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson.

During an interview, Davis revealed that WWE Hall of Famers Shawn Michaels and Rey Mysterio were his all-time favorite wrestlers in the WWE. Davis, known for his electrifying boxing style and flashy ring entrances, drew inspiration from these wrestling legends’ high-flying athleticism and showmanship.

“I would say probably Shawn Michaels or Rey Mysterio.”

What was so special about Shawn Michaels?

“His kick [Sweet Chin Music] I used to like his kick,” said Davis.

Does he have ambition to write or participating in angle with WWE or AEW?

“I would be down for it,” said Davis.

As Davis prepared to step into the ring to face Garcia, it was evident that he carried the same level of passion and dedication to his craft that he had admired in his favorite WWE wrestlers.

Davis finished the interview with Robinson; he shared he would knock out Garcia in the eighth round on Saturday night.

The tension between Gervonta “Tank” Davis and Ryan Garcia was palpable at the weigh-in outside T-Mobile Arena ahead of their highly anticipated super fight. With a raucous crowd of supporters for both boxers looking on, the atmosphere was charged with excitement. After tipping the scales under the 136-pound catchweight limit, Davis lightly shoved Garcia. Garcia responded with a return shove, prompting several people associated with each fighter to step in and separate them.

Both fighters had to weigh in again on Saturday without exceeding 146 pounds, as per a rehydration clause in the bout contract requested by Davis. Davis weighed in at 144.1 pounds, his heaviest weight since his 140-pound fight against Mario Barrios in June 2021. Garcia, who holds a height advantage over Davis, weighed in at 144.9 pounds, his lowest weight since January 2021. The stakes were high, with the fighters facing significant fines if they exceeded the weight limit.

The intensity of the weigh-in scuffle only added to the anticipation for the super fight, as fans eagerly awaited the clash between these two undefeated boxing talents. Davis, known for his knockout power with an impressive record of 28 wins and 26 knockouts, and Garcia, with his height advantage and unbeaten record of 23 wins and 19 knockouts, promised to deliver an electrifying showdown in the ring on Saturday. The stage was set for an epic battle between Davis and Garcia, as their hatred spilled over at the weigh-in, setting the tone for an adrenaline-pumping super fight.

Written by Nick White

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