Gervonta Davis embarrassed his upcoming opponent Rolly Romero by pushing him off the stage throughout their weigh-in.
A heated occasion culminated in Davis and Romero coming face-to-face on the stage and, after they flexed for the cameras, Romero made the error of doing so in the way in which of Davis.
‘Tank’, who’s having his final battle below the steering of Floyd Mayweather this weekend, shoved his opponent and a heated confrontation ensued.
Davis and Romero get it on for Tank’s WBA (common) light-weight title on the Barclays Middle in New York, however as you may see from the video under, the motion kicked off early:
When requested why he shoved Romero after the weigh-in, Davis supplied a really frank excuse.
Davis later advised PBC: “I simply seen him on the sting of the stage, so I pushed him.”
Romero has clearly gotten below Davis’ pores and skin, however the unbeaten American, 26-0, doesn’t wish to knock out Romero, he desires to punish him.
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He stated: “He talks an excessive amount of, although. I seen that he was prepared. It was totally different from all the opposite instances we confronted off.
“At the moment, he seemed like he’s prepared. I feel all of the speaking is over. It’s time now.
“We’re a few hours away, and we’re each able to do our factor. I feel I used to be made for this.
“This can be a time once I present I’m not a median fighter. I’m positively prepared and searching ahead to it.
“Hopefully, he can put up an excellent battle and I can present the world that I’m higher than lots of these guys which can be preventing on TV.
“I would like his coach to cease it so I can really feel that I beat him and his coach, not simply him.
“A knockout is only a fortunate shot. I wish to beat him up dangerous.”
Davis is 26-0 with 24 knockouts, however he turns into a free agent after this battle.
Eddie Hearn has already advised talkSPORT he can be pursuing the 27-year-old.
Romero is 14-0 and the 26-year-old has 12 wins through knockout.
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