Outspoken fighter Davies hits back at punters attacking him for costing them a fortune after he ‘quit’ clash with Taylor
OHARA DAVIES has blasted the angry fans approaching him complaining he costs them a fortune by ‘quitting’ his last fight against Josh Taylor.
Davies decided he could take no more punishment as he was given a boxing lesson by Scottish star Taylor earlier this month.
The outspoken Londoner was criticised for lacking the courage to fight after he was stopped in the seventh round of their Commonwealth super-lightweight clash in Glasgow.
And since suffering his first defeat, fuming supporters have been openly criticising him in the street saying his decision to retire cost them money.
But the 25-year-old is refusing to take the criticism – and launched a furious attack on anyone who complains.
Davies said: “Everywhere I go nowadays I see boxing fans, they all come up to me and the first thing they say is, ‘I put a lot of money on you for your last fight – you lost me money, I put a few grand on you’.
“I say to each one of them, get the f*** out of here with that b*******.
“Because basically, I remember when I fought Derry Mathews people won like two, three, four, five, six, seven grand on me.
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“People won all that money on me and you know what, I didn’t see any of that s***.
“So if you put a bet on me and you lost that s***, don’t come up to me and complain.
“Because if you won that s***, you weren’t going to give me any of that s***, so keep your s*** to yourself.
“For my next fight, I’m back to winning ways, if anyone wants to work out a deal, of how much of your winnings you want to give me, then private message me and let me know.”