Gervonta Davis’ Ring Style, Too, Remains Undefeated

On the night of April 22 in Las Vegas, Gervonta “Tank” Davis and Ryan Garcia finally faced off following much trash talk, bubbling anticipation, and bets involving their entire purses (for those unfamiliar, that’s what each fighter earns after the match).

In the end, Davis walked away victorious, knocking Garcia out with a body punch in the seventh round. Davis is now 29-0. Hey, they don’t call him Tank for nothing.

Like his reigning title, Davis’ ring style also remains undefeated. For the Saturday night fight, Davis donned a silky purple and green Human Made robe and trunks coordinated with Nike boxing shoes inspired by the coveted Skunk Dunks.

Davis’ look alone was a knockout, if you will.

Again, going pound-for-pound in style is nothing new for Davis. Back in January during the WBA World Lightweight Championship against Hector Luis Garcia, Davis shined bright in a custom Denim Tears ensemble, including shorts emblazoned with the brand’s famed Cotton Wreath motif iced out in rhinestones.

And again, Nike shoes on-foot to top it all off.

In his rise, the self-proclaimed “face of boxing” continues to make bold statements with his ring ‘fits, often paying homages to legends like Michael Jackson, Kobe Bryant, and his mentor Floyd Mayweather.

Davis’ shorts — some of which have been courtesy of Nike and even Drake’s OVO — often boast subtle odes and eye-catching trims like fringes and fur.

At the same time, Davis’ shoes tend to keep sneakerheads on their toes, as his footwear selects often draw inspiration from coveted classics. For instance, he wore boxing boots inspired by the Kobe 6 Protro Grinch shoes.

In addition to some Under Armour and Chrome Heart-branded feets, Davis also sported Nike HyperKO and Thriller-inspired boxing boots designed by Dominic “The Shoe Surgeon” Chambrone.

It’s also worth pointing out Ryan Garcia was also outfitted in Amiri for the bout, later appearing in the a Fall/Winter 2023 ensemble by the brand following his first defeat against Davis.

We’ve seen the NFL and NBA’s tunnels become the spotlight for noteworthy ‘fits. But with these coveted names backing boxers, could the ring be the next runway? It’s looking like a yes, and I’m here for it.

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