Gervonta Davis v Abner Mares Betting Tips & Predictions

A fantastic battle ahead as Gervonta Davis v Abner Mares go head to head, in one of several wonderful fights coming up. Followers of big-time boxing possess an action-packed weekend at store with bouts of note taking place in both the UK and America. In London we see a number of Britain’s rising stars aim for title glory, including Ted Cheeseman who seems to dethrone fellow unbeaten fighter Sergio Garcia who arrives as the defending European champion.

Across the pond and Sergey Kovalev has been written off by bookmakers who say he has little prospect of gaining revenge for a seventh-round knockout defeat suffered at the hands of Eleider Alvarez back in the summer when the rivals meet in a much-anticipated rematch in Frisco on Sunday morning; this really is a clash you are able to follow live on BoxNation. One well worth staying up for.

The Big Fight
The fight we’ll focus on in here Geronta Davis v Abner Mares — however, is one for the purists. Rising star Gervonta Davis puts his reputation on the line when fulfilling Abner Mares at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson over 12 rounds. The WBA super featherweight world name is on the line here and we are guaranteed play before the score is settled.

Two evenly matched fighters, pitting the ability and natural ability of Davis against the experience and determination of Mares will result in a memorable bout with excitement guaranteed. Odds compilers are eager to assist you mark the event with a bet and provide up quite a few eye-catching markets, including fight winner, bout to go the space of method of victory.

There’s lots of value to be found and our team of sports betting experts and former professional fighters call their specialist knowledge to assist you in a pay-out. There is not much in sport better than a night of championship boxing, but a winning wager achieved by correctly predicting the result.

Tank Remains Untouched
Gervonta Davis heads into the most recent challenge of his career with a perfect 20-fight record, no less than 19 of his wins coming by way of knockout. The 24-year-old rising star made his debut at DC Armory in Washington using a first round KO over Desi Williams six decades ago; he has since wasted no time clambering through the ranks. The Maryland born fighter’s path to the very top has earned him a clutch of names, including the IBF super featherweight world strap and WBA title in the exact same weight category. He’s been taken the distance just once to date and that was over six months by German Meraz early in his career, a result that is easy enough to overlook.

Tank quickly got down to company and won the IBF title in 2017 using the seventh-round stoppage of Jose Pedraza at Brooklyn. Briton Liam Walsh lasted just 3 rounds next time outside when Davis defended his crown with another stoppage in the Copperbox Arena in London, landing a perfectly manicured overhand right to finish things. British fight fans have been fully paid up members of the fan club ever since and would consider it an honour if he were to return to these shores.

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