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Saturday, November 26, 2022

DISS? Shakur Stevenson and Gervonta Davis fight dirty on Twitter and Instagram

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Shakur Stevenson and Gervonta Davis fight dirty on Twitter and Instagram.

According to information, Shakur Stevenson and Gervonta Davis are currently throwing words at each other on Instagram.

Shakur Stevenson couldn’t help but lash out at some of his divisional rivals.

In a recent Instagram Live session, the two-division titlist from Newark, New Jersey, blew off some steam in response to his name cropping up in various matchmaking possibilities. Stevenson especially laid into Mexican pressure fighter Isaac Cruz, who goes by the moniker "Pitbull."

The WBC recently announced an ordered lightweight fight between the skilled southpaw and Cruz, a fight that boasts an intriguing clash of styles but is probably unrealistic because of promotional alliances; Cruz (24-2-1, 17 KOs) is backed by Premier Boxing Champions, while Stevenson (19-0, 9 KOs) is promoted by rival Top Rank. The WBC lightweight title is held by undisputed champion Devin Haney (29-0, 15 KOs), another Top Rank client.

“All the other fighters, they busy, Pitbull,” Stevenson said. “They busy. We can’t fight them. They got fights all lined up. So wuddup? I’m here. WBC say make it happen, C’mon. Y’all know them dudes, man.”

Stevenson — who decided after failing to make weight in his 130-pound title unification against Robson Conceicao in September that he would move up to 135 — also had words for lightweight contender Jamaine Ortiz, who recently boasted that he would hand Stevenson his first loss. Ortiz is coming off an inspired, but ultimately losing, performance against three-division titlist Vasilily Lomachenko last month at Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden. Lomachenko is projected to fight Haney for the lightweight championship next year.

“I saw Jamaine Ortiz say he’s gonna be the first person to beat me too,” Stevenson said. “I see everything y’all talk about. Just cuz he got in there with old Lomachenko and did what he was supposed to do. He did good. He did good. That was me, I would’ve beat Lomachenko. C’mon now. That sh!t sound good though. The sh!t y’all talking about.

“Talking about how Pitbull, the big killer who fought [Gervonta] 'Tank' [Davis] and they act like he some type of killer. If he a killer then wussup? Show me you a killa. I want to see how much of a killa you is, Pitbull. Like what we talkin’ about? Oh cool he knocked out an old [Yuriorkis] Gamboa (in April), I don’t care. I’m not Gamboa. You know who I am.”

“They turned down the fight. I don’t want that fight? Yeah, OK. I told you, I turn pits into poodles n-----. I Ain’t worried about sh!t. He ain’t no pitbull to me.”

A proactive approach was already taken to help expedite matters.

“Yo, William Zepeda, offer was sent today,” Stevenson tweeted out, tagging Zepeda on the post after being called out by the red-hot contender.

Stevenson and Zepeda are ranked third and fourth, respectively by the WBC. Number one-ranked Vasiliy Lomachenko is reportedly in talks to challenge Haney for the undisputed lightweight championship in a fight targeted for next spring.

Stevenson (19-0, 9KOs)—an Olympic Silver medalist for the U.S. during 2016 Rio —officially moved up to lightweight immediately after his twelve-round points win over Robson Conceicao. The September 23 bout was intended as a lineal/WBC/WBO junior lightweight championship title defense, but Stevenson missed weight and was forced to vacate the titles.

The intention was to enter a fight that would ensure he would then challenge for the lightweight throne. Stevenson remains the highest ranked contender to fight for a final eliminator now that Cruz and his team have opted to go another route.

Zepeda is coming off a twelve-round, unanimous decision win over former IBF junior lightweight titlist Joseph Diaz. The unbeaten contender from San Mateo Atenco threw 100 or more punches in every round, throwing 1,536 total punches—a Compubox record for the lightweight division—in their October 29 DAZN headliner from Pechanga Arena in San Diego, California.

Stevenson is promoted by Top Rank and managed by J. Prince. Zepeda is promoted by Golden Boy Promotions.

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