Gervonta Davis took down Ryan Garcia with a knockout in the seventh round of their fight at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday. After doing so, he celebrated remaining undefeated alongside Chief Keef, Polo G, Lil Reese, Flo-Rida, and more, according to TMZ. The crew reportedly hit Ghostbar on the roof of Palms Las Vegas together. There, Davis kept a "low profile" while sipping on a drink and chatting with friends.
Davis' fight with Ryan Garcia was one of the most anticipated boxing matches in years. Mark Wahlberg, Nelly, and Ashanti, among other celebrities were all in attendance. After the fight, Drake revealed that he bet $1 million on Davis defeating Garcia.
Gervonta Davis Fights Ryan Garcia
When asked about the bet, Davis joked that he wants a percentage of the winnings. “Tell him I need half of that!” he joked. “It’s pretty cool to have people like that believe in me. It made me push even harder, so shoutout to Drake and the rest of the people that back me. This is only the beginning for me, I have a bright future and I’m staying humble through it all. What can I say? We done it again tonight.”
Prior to the fight, Davis walked up to the ring while playing Chief Keef's "Love Sosa." He also had JAY-Z narrate a motivational video that played beforehand as well. “Everything in life is for your greatest good,” JAY-Z said in the clip. “No matter how difficult it seemed at the time, everything is for your greatest good. It’s just teaching you discipline so you can receive your blessing. See, I’m from the bottom, from the mud. Don’t matter if you from Brooklyn, from Baltimore. All that matters is that you believe in yourself when no one else will. Any time you want something in life, you just gotta set your intention. Your intentions, your beliefs. You’re powerful." With the win, Davis improved to 29-0, 27 KO.