Gervonta Davis had two artists — Casanova and Lil Baby — walk him out to the ring in front of a raucous crowd of 14,686 at Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore for his homecoming fight Saturday.After that, “Tank” only needed two rounds to defeat Ricardo Nunez by TKO, retain his WBA super featherweight title and bring his knockout streak to 13 fights. First knockout in five years for @gamboa , as he sends @Romancito77 to the canvas for the second time in round 2. #GamboaMartinez | #DavisNunez pic.twitter.com/nf08k4eR3S— SHOWTIME Boxing (@ShowtimeBoxing) July 28, 2019The Cuban fighter already wanted a shot at Gervonta Davis heading into this bout, and this performance will certainly inch him closer to that — especially if negotiations between Davis and Farmer stall or fall flat.Ladarius Miller wins controversial split decision (96-93, 96-93, 95-94) over Jezreel CorralesA bitter loss to swallow for Corrales, who was controversially deducted a point in the 10th round, paving the way for Miller to win a razor-thin split decision. The point was deducted when the fighters got tangled up in a clinch and Corrales held onto Miller, who threw his opponent to the ground.The referee deducted the point from Corrales, believing that he was holding, although he could have easily just given him a warning or let it go altogether. What would have been a split draw got pushed to a narrow decision for Miller instead. Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearDavis caught Nunez with a left hand out of a break to stagger the Panamanian challenger in the second. Moments later, he unleashed a vicious left hook that rocked Nunez’s head back against the ropes. A couple of punches later, the fight was over.. @Gervontaa hits different 😤 #DavisNunez ends in a Round 2 TKO #GTDHomecoming pic.twitter.com/tbmyoBXF2x— SHOWTIME SPORTS (@SHOsports) July 28, 2019Referee Harvey Dock arguably stopped it a bit early, with the recent deaths of boxers Maxim Dadashev and Hugo Santillan certainly on the boxing community’s mind. After the bout, Dock said he felt Nunez was “defenseless,” and it appeared that way to Sporting News as well.”It means a lot,” Davis said of the victory in his hometown. “It’s just not a win for me, but it’s a win for Baltimore.”After that, Davis (22-0, 21 KOs) made it clear who he wants to fight next — IBF super featherweight champion Tevin Farmer, who was in action at the same time and got past Guillaume Frenois in the co-main event to Maurice Hooker-Jose Ramirez in Dallas and on DAZN.”I want Tevin my next fight,” Davis said bluntly.”It can be made,” he continued, referring to himself being under Mayweather Promotions and Farmer being a Matchroom Boxing fighter and the drama that could bring. “Let’s get it on later this year.” . @Gervontaa wants @TevinFarmer22next #DavisNunez pic.twitter.com/1Z5OgIrsIh— SHOWTIME Boxing (@ShowtimeBoxing) July 28, 2019 Farmer said on DAZN after defeating Frenois that although “Tank” wants the fight to happen, he’s not sure Davis’ camp will let the unification bout take place just yet. How does Tevin Farmer see a fight with @Gervontaa playing out?”Tell him sign the contract & we can see at the end of the year.” – @TevinFarmer22 🍿🗣️ pic.twitter.com/6bOQ0G05pC— DAZN USA (@DAZN_USA) July 28, 2019 Perhaps Floyd Mayweather Jr. summed up Davis’ homecoming and his charge’s future best.”This is a pay-per-view star,” Mayweather said before embracing Davis in the ring. “He has the charisma, the will to win, he works extremely hard, he has a great team, and the only thing we can do is continue to push him and help him go to the top. He’s one of the top guys, pound for pound, right now.”Yuriorkis Gamboa blasts Roman Martinez via second-round KOGamboa used a four-punch combination to register a scintillating knockout, his first in five years, and cap a night where he looked ultra-impressive.