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Who is on the Tank Davis vs. Frank Martin undercard?

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Who will walk out of Las Vegas on June 15 the WBA lightweight champion after Gervonta Davis has put his belt on the line against Frank Martin? The 12-round fight, plus undercard action, will air on Amazon Prime PPV in the U.S.

Davis (29-0) is a two-division champion, having also held super featherweight gold. The 2012 Golden Gloves champion last fought in April 2023 when he knocked out Ryan Garcia in a big-money super fight.

Martin (18-0) earned his most impressive win so far when he dropped and outpointed Artem Harutyunyan in July 2023. The 2016 Golden Gloves winner is currently ranked No. 2 by the WBA at 135 pounds.

The two fighters have a history with one another, dating back to their sparring days. If the in-ring action is as intense as those sessions, then it could be a very entertaining contest. 

“When I was in Floyd’s gym, we used to spar everybody. So he’s seen me put people out, he’s seen me beat the hell out of people. So when we sparred, me being me, I rushed him cos I knew he was scared, and I didn’t want to get caught with his best punch; his left hand,” Davis said via talkSPORT. 

WATCH: Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin on Prime Video

“And once he caught me with his left hand, that’s when I got mad. I caught him, and then he started grabbing me after that, and I jumped on him, and it turned into like a wrestling match.”

“But there were some things that he said that was all cap [lies]. There were things he was saying, just to say,” Martin responded. “When I sparred him, a lot of people were there in the gym. He got in there and wanted to play. I hit him with the brick hand. Boom, he felt it. He ain’t calling it the brick hand for no reason.

“They kept coming in and having to break it up. He kept trying to put me in a headlock. We was just trying to hurt each other.”

The Gervonta Davis vs. Frank Martin undercard features several high-profile title fights with some of the top fighters within their division. 

Here’s a breakdown of all the action on the much-anticipated Davis vs. Martin card.

The co-main event will see David Benavidez vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk for the interim WBC light heavyweight title.

Benavidez (28-0) is a two-time WBC super middleweight champion. After losing those titles outside of the ring, “The Mexican Monster” claimed the interim WBC championship in 2022 and held it for two years. A bout against Canelo Alvarez failed to materialize, which has forced Benavidez to move up in weight.

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Gvozdyk (20-1) is a former WBC light heavyweight champion. After losing a unification fight against Artur Beterbviev, the 2012 Olympic bronze medalist took three years out of the ring. He returned to action last year and has won three straight, with two wins coming by knockout.

Gary Antuanne Russell and Alberto Puello compete for the interim WBC super lightweight title.

Russell (17-0) is the younger brother of Gary Russell Jr. The 27-year-old has won all of his fights via knockout. 

Puello (22-0) is a former interim WBA super lightweight champion and won the full version of the title in 2022. Last year, Puello was named “champion in recess” after failing a drug test and this will be his second fight since.

Carlos Adames defends the WBC middleweight title against Terrell Gausha to open the main card.

Adames (23-1) is a former NABF super welterweight champion who won interim WBC gold in 2022. On a five-fight win streak, the 30-year-old was elevated to full-time champion after Jermall Charlo was stripped of the belt. 

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Gausha (24-3-1) has fought for gold before, losing against Erislandy Lara in 2017 for the WBA super welterweight title. The USA National and National Championships winner is 2-1 in his last three contests and is on a two-fight win streak. 

Davis vs. Martin is available on Prime Video in the U.S. Prime Video is available for existing Prime customers and those new to the platform. Subscribers can choose from multiple membership plans with discounts available for students.

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