Gervonta Davis Says ‘I’m Good’ After Private Plane Aborts Takeoff
Boxing champion Gervonta Davis has confirmed that he is doing well after the jet he was flying in for Las Vegas aborted its takeoff on Saturday afternoon.
Davis was flying out of Florida’s Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport when the incident took place. The pilots allegedly lost control of the direction of the plane due to nose gear failure.
The 26-year-old took to Instagram said “I’m good” shortly after the incident.
“For everybody that want to fly private, I think it’s over with… I’m driving or catching a train,” the multi-division champion said in an Instagram live.
The plane was carrying between four to 10 passengers.
Meanwhile, the WBA has ordered the unbeaten boxer to decide which title he wants to keep going forward.
Davis has had the WBA “Super” title at junior lightweight and the WBA “World” titles at lightweight and junior welterweight.
In his last fight against Mario Barrios in July, the Tank won via 11th-round TKO. Although Davis was ahead of his opponent on all judges’ scorecards, Barrios was up for the battle in every round and giving a tough time to the Tank.