Keyshawn Davis ready to emerge in 2022

On March 19, 2022, Keyshawn Davis (4-0, 3 KOs) is looking to keep the momentum from his December bout going. Davis returns to Madison Square Garden, this time inside the Hulu Theatre to do battle against 23 year old, Esteban Sanchez (18-1, 8 KOs). Back in December, Davis thrilled audiences worldwide with a scintillating second round knockout on the undercard of Lomachenko vs. Comney. Tim Bradley wasted no time saying Keyshawn is a future star and was extremely excited about his future. I am sure everyone can agree with Bradley, Keyshawn is the truth.

However, his opponent this time out is a live one. At 23 years old with 19 fights under his belt, he is going to test the young prospect. The bout is scheduled for eight rounds and I do expect it to go the distance. Sanchez is a crafty boxer with good hand and foot speed. This type of opponent is an interesting match up for sure as it does not guarantee an easy night for Davis. I am looking forward to seeing what bag of tricks Davis will have come March 19th when he steps back into the ring.

Assuming a victory is all but secured, I would expect to see Davis back in the ring around May, hopefully on the April 30th undercard of Valdez vs. Stevenson. The future is shining bright for this young prospect, on paper this looks like a decision win in which Davis can showcase his skills. Whether or not he gets another highlight reel knockout will be determined on St. Patrick’s Day weekend.

Tickets are on sale now at ranging from $50-$780 and will also be televised on ESPN.

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Felix Gracia

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I am the owner of Inside the Ropes since we launched in May of 2010. I have been involved in the sport since I was a kid as I was bred into a Boxing family. To this day, nothing excites me more than the sport of boxing. It is the only sport I watch and after all of these years I am still extremely passionate about it.