Gervonta Davis vs Frank Martin on weight for 135-pound title in Las Vegas

Davis vs Martin official weigh-ins live from Las Vegas

Undefeated world champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis and unbeaten contender Frank Martin square off at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, June 15. A day before the fight show the athletes step on the scales to make it official.

Three-division world champion “Tank” Davis of Baltimore brings to the ring his WBA lightweight belt. Challenger Frank Martin of Detroit fights for his first major strap. To be eligible for the title, the fighters must make the required 135 lbs championship limit.

Both fighters successfully made weight. Gervonta Davis weighed-in at 133.4 lbs. Frank Martin showed 134.4 lbs. The bout is scheduled for 12 rounds with Davis’ belt on the line.

In the 12-round co-main event, two-time super middleweight champion David Benavidez of Phoenix and former light heavyweight champion Oleksandr Gvozdyk of Ukraine square off for the interim WBC light heavyweight title. The weight limit is 175 lbs.Benavidez came in at 174.2 lbs. Gvozdyk was the same.

Also on the card, Gary Antuanne Russell of Capitol Heights, Maryland faces former world champion Alberto Puello of the Dominican Republic. The pair battles it out for the interim WBC super lightweight strap. The limit is 140 lbs. Russell tipped the scales at 138.2 lbs. Puello declared 139.8 lbs.

In addition, Carlos Adames of the Dominican Republic defends his WBC middleweight title against Terrell Gausha of Cleveland, Ohio. The championship limit is 160 lbs. The fighters were 159.2 lbs and 160 lbs, respectively.

Get Davis vs Martin full fight card and weights below.

Davis vs Martin fight card

Main card

  • Gervonta Davis (133.4) vs. Frank Martin (134.4), 12 rounds, lightweight – Davis’ WBA title
  • David Benavidez (174.2) vs. Oleksandr Gvozdyk (174.2), 12 rounds, light heavyweight – interim WBC title
  • Gary Antuanne Russell (138.2) vs. Alberto Puello (139.8), 12 rounds, super lightweight – interim WBC title
  • Carlos Adames (159.2) vs. Terrell Gausha (160), 12 rounds, middleweight – Adames’ WBC title


  • Elijah Garcia (163.2) vs. Kyrone Davis (160.4), 10 rounds, middleweight
  • Mark Magsayo (129.4) vs. Eduardo Ramirez (129), 10 rounds, super featherweight
  • Justin Viloria (129.8) vs. Angel Antonio Contreras (129.8), 8 rounds, super featherweight
Parviz Iskenderov
Parviz Iskenderov is a former Muay Thai fighter, sports manager and editor at FIGHTMAG.

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  1. I wish Tank was just a little bit more humble I truly believe he has to knock this man out because if it goes to distance I believe he will be out pointed Martin doesn’t like body shots that’s one thing I know for sure as they say beat the body in the head will I just hope he comes out Victorious but tank is dangerous and he prove that against Leo Santa Cruz because Santa Cruz was giving it to him and then he called him with the hand that no one expects the left hand this is not a right-handed world and Martin better remember that Davis has left hand sizzle and I mean like hot grease don’t underestimate his power because if you do you’ll be getting up off the floor don’t talk about it you got to be about a tank I wish you nothing but victory then run your mouth

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