Watch Gervonta Davis demolish punch machine and beat scores set by Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder | The Sun

GERVONTA DAVIS staked his claim to be the world's hardest hitter as he demolished Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder's records on a punch machine.

Davis has been dominating the lightweight division, winning all of his 28 fights with a staggering knockout ratio of 93 per cent.

But the American boxer hinted he could also stand out at heavier divisions when he proved he can punch harder than BOTH Wilder and Joshua back in 2019.

The then 24-year-old appeared on the Inside PBC Boxing show where he tested his mettle on the punch machine.

Wilder had already stepped to the plate to register a record 927 with his weaker left hand.

But Davis delivered a thunderous left of his own to surpass the Bronze Bomber and register a staggering 939.

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The southpaw also beat Joshua, although technically the British superstar tried his luck on a different machine.

AJ appeared on the BBC's Graham Norton Show in 2017 alongside actor Martin Freeman, academy award winner Rachel Weisz and comedian Greg Davies.

All four of them tried their luck on the punching bag, with the actors going up first.

Weisz, Freeman and Davies recorded 182, 594 and 632 respectively in front of an impressed Norton.

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But Joshua blew them all out of the water with a whopping 848 in front of a stunned crowd.

Davis will be in action this Saturday against Ryan Garcia at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

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