FIGHTING VIDEO: Wallo acts as peacemaker to diffuse the situation as Meek Mill, his crew fight dirty with Gary Russell Jr and his boys during Tank Gervonta Davis and Hector Garcia boxing match KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, January 8, 2023

FIGHTING VIDEO: Wallo acts as peacemaker to diffuse the situation as Meek Mill, his crew fight dirty with Gary Russell Jr and his boys during Tank Gervonta Davis and Hector Garcia boxing match

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Wallo acts as peacemaker to diffuse the situation as Meek Mill, his crew fight dirty with Gary Russell Jr and his boys during Tank Davis and Hector Garcia boxing match. 

From a video shared by the ShadeRoom, it looked like Meek Mill was the one who started the fight as he was seen having an intense argument with on of Gary Russell Jr's boys.

From the viral video, Wallo, is seen trying to separate the two crews from fighting and embarrassing each other during the boxing fight between Tank Davis and Garcia 


So after an incredible night that saw some jaw dropping decisions, some terrible refereeing, and a brawl between Meek Mill and Gary Russell, Jr, we finally got an incredible boxing ending.

In the eighth round, Gervonta Davis pounded Hector Garcia with a shot that left the Dominican temporarily blind, leading to his corner to retire their fighter on the stool.

This leaves the door open for a future megafight for Davis against Ryan Garcia, likely to be in the spring if the deal can be done.

Hector Garcia proved to be a game opponent, giving just as good as he got for over 20 minutes against a known puncher in a weight division higher than he is accustomed to. He certainly has nothing to hang his head about and will surely be around in some big fights soon.

The eighth round starts with both men trading in the center of the ring. While it is true that Garcia is not damaging Tank, neither is Tank damaging Garcia.

Time is called. There seems to be something going on in the crowd. Both fighters were distracted by something in the crowd at ringside and the referee called for time to be called as some of the crowd are evacuated.

They move out of the arena and the fight gets back underway.

That was one of the strangest things that I have ever seen.

The action seems to have slowed somewhat on the restart, but again both fighters are happily munching up what the opponent throws.

Tank hurts Garcia badly with an uppercut to the body! How he doesn’t go down is unbelievable. He doesn’t know where he is. Somehow he manages to survive it. The bell gets him to the end of the round.

"A little surprised, but when I caught him, I knew he was hurt he was hurt bad," Davis said. "He's a fighter, so he didn't want to show it. I knew he was hurt, though."

Davis, a Baltimore native fighting in his second hometown, is scheduled to face Ryan Garcia on April 15 in one of boxing's most anticipated showdowns of the year.

"I'll be ready," Davis said. "I'm ready for the fight. He's been training, he's been talking and let's see who's really about that."

But first, Tank Davis had to get through Garcia, the Dominican who he said earned his spot thanks to a strong 2022.

The fight was in danger of being called off when Davis was arrested and charged with domestic violence in late December, before the woman who called police put out a statement on social media days later saying Davis did not harm me or our daughter.

After the sell-out crowd of 19,731 waited until just before 1am for the start of the main event, Davis and Garcia waited a little longer to get going, starting with a couple of low-event rounds and very few punches thrown.

Davis found his groove in the fourth round, landing several jabs and bringing fans to their feet.

"I was trying to beat him mentally," Davis said. "I was trying to trick him with my hands and with my eyes. He's a talented fighter, so I had to bait him in."

An altercation in the stands ringside led the referee to stop the action midway through the eighth round, as Davis and Garcia were distracted by the disturbance. The fight resumed for more than a minute, and Davis put on a show until the bell, landing enough blows to end the match.

"It was going well up until that point," Garcia said through an interpreter. "Sometimes I would put him in a bad spot, a bad condition, and I was picking my spots against him during the fight. Until then, I thought the fight was going well."

In the co-feature, Jaron 'Boots' Ennis won the interim IBF welterweight championship by unanimous decision against Ukraine's Karen Chukhadzhian, going the distance for the first time in his career to remain unbeaten at 30-0. The fast-rising Philadelphia native had never gone beyond six rounds before.

"I'm glad I went 12 rounds," Ennis said. "I felt I was in the best shape. I just need to throw more punches. I should have gotten him out of here."

On the undercard, Roiman Villa knocked down Rashidi Ellis at the bell in the 12th round and pulled off an upset by majority decision in an IBF welterweight title eliminator. Ellis lost for the first time in 25 fights and disagreed with the decision.

So after an incredible night that saw some jaw dropping decisions, some terrible refereeing, and a brawl between Meek Mill and Gary Russell, Jr, we finally got an incredible boxing ending.

In the eighth round, Gervonta Davis pounded Hector Garcia with a shot that left the Dominican temporarily blind, leading to his corner to retire their fighter on the stool.

This leaves the door open for a future megafight for Davis against Ryan Garcia, likely to be in the spring if the deal can be done.

Hector Garcia proved to be a game opponent, giving just as good as he got for over 20 minutes against a known puncher in a weight division higher than he is accustomed to. He certainly has nothing to hang his head about and will surely be around in some big fights soon.


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