Tank Davis Survives Plane Crash: “I’ll Be Driving Or Catching A Train”

Gervonta Davis takes to social media to let everyone know he is okay

Three-divisional champion Gervonta Davis
Gervonta Davis | Credit: Instagram

Gervonta Davis shaken up following plane crash

Boxing got another big scare today after news broke that three-divisional champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis’ (25-0, 24ko) private plane crashed. However, the Baltimore power puncher took to social media to let everyone know that everything is okay.

Immediately, when word got out that Tank was involved in an accident, it took the mind of the boxing community back to that gruesome day of the unified welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr’s car accident. Prayers started to flow in from within the boxing community for the concern of Davis.

Well, it appears all is okay as the Tank took to social media, putting everyone’s concerns at ease. Davis went on to explain what hurts, that flying in no longer for him, and thank God.

“The Plane Crashed! It took off, but it did not take off. I am good is just my ass is hot. Have you ever been whooped before with a switch or belt? That is how my ass feels right now. I am sweating, I am shaking. For everyone that wants to fly private, I think it is over with for that. I’ll be fucking driving or catch a train!”

Under the watchful eye of Mayweather Promotions founder Floyd Mayweather, Davis is becoming a pay-per-view attraction. He has scored back-to-back sensational knockouts in the two featured PPV events against four-divisional champion Leo Santa Cruz in October 2020, and WBA ‘regular’ junior welterweight champion Mario Barrios in June 26.

It is good to see that everyone on board the plane came out of the accident unscathed.

By: Garrisson Bland

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Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for 3kingsboxing.com as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."