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PressBox's inaugural Best Of Baltimore Sports is here, featuring more than 50 honorees, including best team, best newcomer, best stadium indulgence and much more.

Best Pro Performance

Gervonta Davis

West Baltimore boxer Gervonta Davis predicted he'd defeat IBF junior lightweight champion Jose Pedraza in the eighth round of their Jan. 14 title fight.

Davis was wrong; he knocked out Pedraza in the seventh round.

The 23-year-old Davis (19-0, 18 KO's), a protege of boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr., became the first Baltimore fighter to win a world championship since Hasim Rahman beat Lennox Lewis for the undisputed heavyweight title in 2001.

See Also: Gervonta Davis Overcame More Than One Opponent To Earn Title 

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Mayweather Promotions


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