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Eddie Hearn Slams Gervonta Davis for Leaking Negotiation Emails

Matchroom Boxing Chief Calls Out Davis

Eddie Hearn has criticized Gervonta Davis for leaking negotiation emails regarding a potential fight with Conor Benn. The Matchroom Boxing chief attempted to arrange a bout between the WBA (regular) lightweight champion and Benn following their recent Twitter exchange.

Frustated Hearn Speaks Out

Negotiations ultimately fell through, leading Davis to share an email he received from Hearn on social media. Hearn expressed his frustration, stating, "I don’t know why I waste my time with this guy, [he’s] like a baby."

Offer Details Revealed

Hearn had anticipated Davis rejecting his initial offer, which he believed to be more lucrative than what Davis would earn for a potential fight with Frank Martin. Hearn disclosed, "We made him an eight-figure offer with plenty of upside."

Well Wishes Despite Differences

Despite the failed negotiations, Hearn holds no animosity towards Davis, acknowledging him as a great fighter. He wished Davis luck in his future bouts, including the upcoming fight against Frank Martin.

Ring Absence

Davis has not entered the ring since defeating Ryan Garcia last April. In contrast, Benn recently secured a victory over Peter Dobson in his latest bout earlier this month.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are basic boxing strikes?

The fundamental punches in boxing include the jab, which is a quick, straight punch thrown with your lead hand; the cross, a powerful straight punch delivered with your rear hand; the hook, a semi-circular punch aimed at the side of your opponent’s head or body; and the uppercut, an upward strike aimed at the underside of your opponent’s chin or body.

Can I begin boxing at any time?

As long as you have a good medical condition and clearance from your doctor, yes you can begin to box at any age. Boxing is adaptable and can be customized to suit individuals of all ages and fitness levels.

How do I wrap hands for boxing?

Hand wraps are essential for boxing as they protect your hands and wrists. Wraps are unwound and placed around the thumb. Extend the wrap over your hand and then circle your wrist. Wrap the Velcro around your wrist, crisscrossing your fingers and covering your knuckles.

What is the proper stance when boxing?

The classic boxing posture involves standing with your legs shoulder-width apart. Your lead foot should be forward and your rear foot should be at a angle of 45 degrees. Your knees should be slightly bent, with your weight balanced on the balls of your feet. Keep your hands up to protect your face, with elbows tucked in to guard your torso.

What is the equipment I need to get started boxing

You need essential equipment to begin boxing. This is for your safety and training. You will need a pair boxing gloves to protect your hands and wrists, a mouthguard and headgear for sparring. Boxing shoes and athletic clothing that is comfortable are also recommended to improve movement and support.

What are common boxing mistakes beginners make?

Overextending the punches is a common mistake. Other mistakes include dropping the hands, not recognizing defense, holding your breath, ignoring footwork and focusing on power instead of technique. You can correct these mistakes by working with a coach.


  • Approximately 50% of beginner boxers drop out within the first six months, highlighting the importance of sustaining motivation and setting realistic goals.
  • Around 90% of boxers suffer a minor injury over the course of a year, with only 10-15% experiencing a moderate to severe injury.
  • Nearly 95% of boxing trainers agree that mental conditioning is just as important as physical training for beginners in the sport.
  • Nearly 80% of boxing training injuries are related to incorrect technique, especially within the first three months of taking up the sport.
  • Despite the stereotype that boxing is a young person’s sport, approximately 20% of all beginners are over the age of 40.
  • Research indicates that nearly 70% of punches thrown by boxers during a match are jabs.
  • Surveys reveal that close to 40% of new boxers join the sport for self-defense purposes rather than for competition or fitness.
  • Approximately 80% of boxing injuries occur during training, not in actual competition.
  • Roughly 75% of beginners do not employ adequate defensive tactics in their first sparring sessions.
  • Cardiovascular fitness improvements can be seen after just 12 weeks of consistent boxing training.

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How To

How to Throw A Jab In Boxing

The jab is a fundamental punch of boxing. Begin in your boxing stance, and quickly extend your lead hand straight towards the target, rotating your fist so that the palm faces down at the moment of impact. Snap your hand quickly back to protect your facial area. It is important to use the jab both defensively and offensively.

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