Boxing star Gervonta Davis — the reigning WBA super featherweight champ — was arrested in Washington D.C. early Friday morning after fighting in the street … TMZ Sports has learned.
We’re told the incident began at Rosebar Lounge … where sources say Davis spent more than $10,000 turning up.
One source tells TMZ Sports there was a dispute over the bill that escalated — and Davis and another man took the beef into the street.
According to the police report, the two guys started to fist fight — “punching each other with a closed fist about the upper body.”
Several people tried to break it up but the two guys tried to flee — until cops swooped in and picked them both up.
Both men — including Davis — were arrested for disorderly conduct and transported to a nearby station where they were booked and processed.
In the video, you can see Davis in handcuffs being walked to a squad car.
Davis is a rising superstar in the sport — and is one of Floyd Mayweather’s prodigies. In fact, he fought on the undercard at the Mayweather vs. McGregor fight.
Adrien Broner Banned From Uber After Going Berserk On Driver
Adrien Broner terrorized his Uber driver — and now he’s paying the price … he’s been BANNED from using the app ever again all because he’s the passenger from hell, TMZ Sports has learned.
The boxing star captured his out-of-control ride on his own social media earlier this week — trying to turn up from the backseat when Drake and Travis Scott’s hit “Sicko Mode” started playing.
Broner leans over and unleashes a full-throated scream right in the driver’s face — before grabbing the volume knob and turning it to the max.
Then he started wildly dancing — while the driver tried to focus on driving in the rain.
Finally, the driver has enough, slams on the brakes and pulls the car over — demanding Broner and his crew get the hell out of the vehicle immediately.
A rep for Uber tells us … company officials looked into the incident, and decided Broner’s behavior was unacceptable and his access to the app has been revoked.
And yeah, guessing his Uber rating sucked anyway …