Gervonta Davis has been sentenced to two hundred hours of community service, ninety days of home detention, and three years of probation for his involvement in a hit-and-run incident in 2020 that left four people injured. He will not be serving jail time, according to Baltimore Banner.In a highly memorable match, Tank emerged victorious over Ryan Garcia in the 7th round through a knockout. This fight showcased the potential of boxing when top contenders or promising prospects face off against each other.After his impressive knockout victory over Ryan Garcia, Gervonta Davis is unlikely to face any significant obstacles in his career. However, negotiations for his next fight may be uncertain due to the nature of boxing. Despite this uncertainty, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Davis ready for another fight before the end of the year, as he is known for his diligent preparation.Despite facing several legal cases and allegations in the past year, Gervonta Davis has managed to step into the boxing ring twice and has demonstrated his skill level on both occasions.
Earlier this month, Gervonta Davis demonstrated his superiority by defeating Ryan Garcia.
Davis, aged 28, had a plea deal for two months of home detention rejected by the court. This meant that he faced the possibility of going to jail during his recent sentencing. However, instead of jail time, Judge Althea Handy from Baltimore has ordered that he complete 90 days of community service and attend programs on the consequences of drunk driving. He will serve his sentence at the home of his trainer, Calvin Ford, who has helped him improve his skills. (Source: The Guardian)Davis has had previous encounters with the law, apart from this particular case. He faced charges of misdemeanor battery when a woman reported to the police that he had assaulted her in a 911 call. Although the woman has now withdrawn her allegations, the case remains unresolved and pending. Davis is scheduled to appear in court on May 26th this year.In January, shortly after facing allegations of domestic violence, Davis defeated Hector Garcia by TKO to retain his WBA (Regular) lightweight championship.