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Fresh Start: Gervonta Davis Embraces Islam and Unveils His New Muslim Name

On December 24, boxing champion Gervonta Davis embraced Islam in a formal ceremony, adopting the Muslim name Abdul Wahid, which translates to “The Servant of the One.” This significant event was attended by several of his friends, including fellow boxer Badou Jack, who documented moments of the conversion on social media platforms, including the one formerly known as Twitter.

During the ceremony, a video captured a key moment where Davis, guided by an individual presumed to be an Imam, recited a prayer, marking his official conversion to Islam. Badou Jack shared this moment with a caption welcoming Davis to Islam and expressing gratitude (Alhamdulillah).

Another video that gained widespread attention online showed Davis seated alongside the Imam. In this clip, the Imam elaborated on the meaning of Davis’ chosen name, explaining its connection to one of Allah’s names, Al Wahid, meaning “The One.” This name symbolizes Davis’ new spiritual path and commitment as a Muslim.

Davis’ conversion to Islam follows a challenging period marked by legal issues. In February, he appeared in a Baltimore courthouse where he pleaded guilty to four counts relating to a November 2020 car accident that resulted in injuries to four people, including a pregnant individual. Subsequently, in May, he was sentenced to 90 days of home detention, to be served at his trainer’s residence, along with 200 hours of community service and three years of probation.

However, Davis faced complications regarding his house arrest. Initially checking into the Baltimore Four Seasons hotel and then relocating to a new residence without judicial permission, Davis was found to have violated the terms of his house arrest. On June 1, a judge ordered him to complete the remainder of his sentence in the city’s jail, totaling 44 days as per the Daily Mail’s report. He was released from incarceration on July 14.

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Davis’ legal team argued that the initial residence was too small for Davis and his security team, prompting the move to a larger property. However, this did not excuse the lack of prior notification to the court.

These legal troubles have had a notable impact on Davis’ boxing career. The 34-year-old athlete has been absent from the ring since April, following his victory over Ryan Garcia. As of now, there is no clear indication of when Davis will return to boxing for his next match.






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