Gervonta “Tank” Davis (left), and boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. (right). (Courtesy Photo)

(Updated 6/5/2016) Gervonta “Tank” Davis remained undefeated, advancing his pro boxing record to 16-0 after a first round knockout win over Mexican boxer Mario Macias Rorozco (28-19 record) on June 3 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fla. The fight was televised on Spike TV—Davis’ third straight fight to air on the major cable television network.

The 21-year-old Baltimore native won the fight with a devastating right hook that left the 30-year-old Rorozco stunned on his feet before he eventually fell to his knees seconds later. The referee ruled it a knockout with just 41 seconds into the first round.

“The set-up shot was coming,” Davis said via his Twitter account after the fight. The Money Team boxer joked, “It looks so sweet.”

That was the 15th knockout win of Davis’ career and the seventh consecutive KO, dating back to 2014.

“No one can save you from me,” said Davis, considered the protégé of boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Expect more fights in 2016 from Davis, who has already fought twice this year.

“Floyd said I would be in the ring a lot this year, and that will help me get ready for a title shot soon,” Davis said in a statement released to the media. “I appreciate everyone that has been supporting me.”