Gervonta Davis officially had an opponent again on his Showtime pay-per-view date on December 5.Isaac Cruz intervened after Rolando “Raleigh” Romero was forced to withdraw from the game Several women filed allegations of sexual assault.
Davis (25-0, 24 KO) is a rising star in the boxing world. He brings his powerful knockdown ability to the ring, and at the same time tests himself as his weight gains. In his most recent game, Davis turned to super lightweight and scored a stop by Mario Barrios in the 11th round of an exciting game.
Davis said in a press release: “I respect Isaac Cruz to come forward and participate in the fight, but everyone knows what I am doing.” “I’m here to find the knockouts. This is exactly what I am fighting for. I’m back in the star-studded Los Angeles, I will play Isaac Cruz at the Staples Center in December…. 5.”
The victory over Barrios enabled Davis to win the WBA heavyweight minor title, adding a belt to his current status as the WBA lightweight minor champion. That lightweight title will compete with Cruz.
Although Romero brought a hateful game quality in the game against Davis, the two have a long history of trash talk, and Cruz (22-1-1, 15 KO) may bring even greater challenges. Cruz is an aggressive heavy hitter with a lot of courage, the kind of fighter who can push Davis out of his standard comfort zone. He also showed a willingness to bend — and completely break — the rules.
Cruz has never lost a game since February 2016, when he lost eight rounds of decisions in the sixth professional game. Since then, he has remained unbeaten in 18 games, including his current 11 consecutive victories.
“First of all, I want to thank Gervonta Davis and his team for giving me this opportunity-I will not miss this opportunity,” Cruz said. “God bless me to become a world champion on December 5. As a professional player and a personal goal, this fight is a very big motivation for me. I believe that after December 5, everyone in the boxing world will Know the name Isaac Pitbull, Cruz.”