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Gervonta Davis addresses viral ‘battering’ footage after arrest

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Gervonta Davis recently addressed the shocking footage of the champion boxer maltreating the mother of his children earlier this year.

Currently preparing for his Pay Per View debut, Davis was the subject of mass debate back in February.

A viral clip of Davis storming into a basketball game and frog-marching the woman eventually saw ‘Tank’ arrested.

Gervonta Davis

Davis didn’t shy away when speaking to Brian Custer on ‘The Last Stand’ podcast. Davis revealed he sought help for his anger.

“I had to talk to somebody professionally to know how to deal with stuff in the future,” Davis told Custer.

“Because you don’t agree with something, react on it, or deal with it differently besides going out there and touching somebody physically.

“Just go out there and talk to them, so yes, I did talk to someone professionally about that situation.”

At the time, Coral Gables Police released a statement on Davis. They said: “As a result of an ongoing investigation after being notified through social media and the victim, on Feb. 1, 2020, (Gervonta Davis) was observed battering his former girlfriend, who have a child together.

“(Davis) surrendered himself to the Coral Gables Police detectives assigned to the case.”

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Obviously not facing any jail time or significant damage to his career. It was only the reputation of Davis that took a knock.

Since then, the Floyd Mayweather fighter has knuckled down with his mentor and is in a far better place.

With his career ready for a massive boost against Leo Santa Cruz in October, Davis has much to look forward to after putting the incident behind him.

A win over Santa Cruz is set to lead to many massive events for Davis, a proven ticket seller and a star in the making.

View more from The Last Stand Podcast with Brian Custer on YouTube.

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