Gervonta Davis Leaks Sparring Footage Against Ivan Redkach

Gervonta Davis Leaks Redkach Sparring Footage

Ivan Redkach (left) with Gervonta Davis following a four-round sparring session
Ivan Redkach (left) with Gervonta Davis following a four-round sparring session

Gervonta Davis Leaks Redkach Sparring Footage


Within the honor code of boxing, there has long stood the unwritten rule that fighters do not reveal what happens in sparring. Yet, as cameras become increasingly smaller and ever more common, this golden rule is violated with growing frequency. Most recently, regular WBA world lightweight champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis (23-0, 22 KO’s) is the latest boxer to commit the cardinal infraction.

Following a lively sparring session with welterweight contender Ivan “El Terrible” Redkach (23-5-1, 18 KO’s), Davis was quick to post a brief couple of snippets of action. And as can be expected, the video only showed the Baltimore native landing heavy leather on Redkach.

NOT COOL BRO!

Naturally, Redkach did not take very kindly to the leaked footage. However, El Terrible was not all that hot under the collar about it either. The Ukrainian fighter spoke on Davis’ upload in the comments section under a picture he uploaded to his Instagram account.

In the caption, Redkach questioned why Tank left before the session ended. He also expressed his disappointment that Davis only showed one-sided action. According to El Terrible, he definitely had his moments of success worth broadcasting as well. Despite not caring for what he did, Redkach made it abundantly clear that he harbored no ill-will toward Davis and thanked him for his time.

Ivan Redkach post about his sparring session with Gervonta Davis
Ivan Redkach post about his sparring session with Gervonta Davis

By: Bakari Simpson

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