Keyshawn Davis, a rising star in the world of professional boxing, is looking to bounce back from a controversial loss in his last fight. Davis, who appeared to have won his previous bout against Nahir Albright, is eager to prove himself once again. On Thursday night in Las Vegas, Davis will face his toughest test yet when he steps into the ring with veteran boxer Jose Pedraza. Pedraza, a former world champion in the lightweight and super lightweight divisions, is known for his skills and experience. Davis knows that simply winning won’t be enough – he wants to deliver a decisive victory.
Davis Aiming for the Top
Olympic silver medalist Keyshawn Davis has set his sights on becoming one of the best in the lightweight division. After his fight with Pedraza, Davis is targeting the winner of the upcoming IBF lightweight world title fight in May. With an impressive record of 9-0, including six knockouts, Davis has proven himself to be a formidable contender. He is determined to take on the best in the division and establish himself as a force to be reckoned with.
Pedraza Acknowledges Davis’ Skills
“Keyshawn Davis is a talented boxer who is much more capable than most fighters who have competed 10 times,” said Jose Pedraza, recognizing Davis’ potential in the sport.
Despite being aware of Davis’ skills, Pedraza is not fazed. He believes that Davis made a mistake by choosing to fight him and is confident that he will give the young boxer a tough challenge. However, Davis has his own plans for the future. If he is victorious against Pedraza, he has expressed his desire to face Emanuel Navarrete next.
Davis Dominates Pedraza
In their highly anticipated lightweight clash, Keyshawn Davis proved why he is considered a rising star in the boxing world. With an impressive display of skill and power, Davis delivered a sensational sixth-round TKO of Jose Pedraza. The victory solidified Davis’s dominance in the ring and showcased his potential to be a future champion. Following the fight, Davis had a message for Teofimo Lopez and Emanuel Navarrete, signaling his desire to compete with the best in the sport.