Saturday, July 18, 2015


In early July, Davis traveled to multiple cities with Floyd Mayweather and The Money Team, and has joined his training camp in Las Vegas, Nevada.

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, U.S.A. – This month, undefeated twenty year-old featherweight professional boxer, Gervonta "Tank" Davis (Baltimore, Maryland/pro record: 11-0, 10 KOs) accompanied top pound-for-pound welterweight boxing champion, Floyd “Money” Mayweather (Las Vegas, Nevada/pro record: 48-0, 26 KOs), on trips to New York City, Washington, D.C., Miami, St. Louis, and Kansas City. He travelled on Floyd’s private jet, participated in Mayweather’s public appearances, observed his business dealings, and took a ride with him on his yacht. Davis is now in Las Vegas, training alongside Mayweather at his gym, Mayweather Boxing Club. Mayweather started training camp in preparation for his next scheduled fight, September 12 at the MGM Grand’s Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. In Davis’ previous fight on May 22, 2015, Davis needed just one minute and fifteen seconds to defeat Mexico’s Alberto “Ironman” Mora (5-4-0, w/ 1 KO) by TKO at the Claridge Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

        Gervonta Davis said, "Floyd has taken an interest in me because he believes that I can be the next big star in boxing, and he knows I’ve put in work to be ready for that next level. Having an opportunity to travel with The Money Team has been a dream come true. I grew up watching all Floyd’s fights. He is a great teacher, and I’m learning a lot of positive things from him, especially about the business of boxing. He has built himself to be the richest athlete in sports. I feel truly blessed that he would want to give me advice that will help me in my career. He is the top boxer of my generation, both in and outside the ring. I’m going to listen to everything he says and share what I learn with the young fighters that come into the sport after me.”

        Davis continued, “This week, I was in a room with both Floyd and my manager, Al Haymon, and both are really excited about my future in boxing. I had a conversation with Al, and he is very supportive of me and my goals. I will continue to work hard, and I’ll be sure to keep everyone posted on my next fight and opponent when everything becomes official. My story is really big for my city of Baltimore, and proof that hard work can take you to the next level, no matter where you come from. I really appreciate all the supportive messages I’ve received on social media from everyone. Keep supporting me, and I'll fight for you."

        Davis’ boxing trainer Calvin Ford (Upton Boxing Gym) said, "Floyd’s involvement has been a great learning experience for Tank, and it is a huge story for the Baltimore City Parks and Recreation programs. Gervonta started boxing at Upton Boxing Gym on Pennsylvania Avenue, and to have him reach the highest level in his sport shows that this can happen to other kids if they put in the work, believe in what they are doing, and get support from their city. I can’t wait to see what’s coming next for Gervonta and Team Davis.”

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Friday, July 17, 2015

Antoine "Action"Douglas Gets A Great Win In Bethlehem, PA.

Antoine Douglas put on a flawless performance in the main event bout on ShoBox. Douglas dropped Istvan Szili late in round two and opened up the next round by sending Szili down in the first nine seconds of round three. Douglas only needed twenty more seconds to send Szili down for the final time to get the referee to stop the contest. The bout was stopped at 29 seconds of round three. 

Douglas remains undefeated at 18-0-1, (12 KO's) while Szili is now 18-1-2, (8 KO's). 

Here's the video

"The King's Son" Jerry Odom Falls In The Third!

It was a great start for Odom in round one. He used his jab to set up solid right hands to the head and body of Clarkson. For some reason Odom wasn't able to maintain that first round game plan. Clarkson changed things around in the second round and caught Odom with a hard right uppercut that dropped Odom to the canvas for the first time of his career. Clarkson dropped him two more times in the third round causing the referee to put a stop to the bout at 1:15. 

Odom is now 13-2,(12 KO's) while Clarkson is now 15-3,(9 KO's).

Here is round three.

Weights For Keystone Boxing Card In D.C.!

Marq Johns 123 vs Karl Garcia-Rios 124

Patrick Harris 136 vs Rafael Vasquez 136

Alantez Fox 157 vs Guillermo Valdez 153

Renaldo Gaines 127 vs Stephon McIntyre 127

Eric Hernandez 136 vs Fernando Serrano, Jr. 139

Albi Sadikaj 197 vs Santos Martinez 196

Mykal Fox 138 vs Juan Carlos Castillo 140

Devar Ferhadi 170 vs Julio Angel Garcia 167

Shynggyskhan Tazhibay 147 vs Bradley Sustad 148

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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Updated Bout Lineup For Keystone Boxing July 18th Show!*****

The undefeated Fort Washington, MD super bantamweight "Monster" Marq Johns 8-0-1, (5 KO's) has fought his way to becoming the main event on the 59th show for Keystone Boxing. He will face Karl Garcia 4-5-1, (1 KO) of Miami, FL by way of Bayamon, Puerto Rico in a six-round contest. 

Co-Main Event

Hyattsville, MD  super lightweight Patrick Harris 5-0, (4 KO's) will be in his first scheduled 6 round bout when he takes on Rafael Vazquez 1-2 of Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Vazquez will try to break a two-bout losing streak including a four-round unanimous decision loss to Luis Sedano on May 30 in Hollywood, CA.

Bout #7

Alantez "SlyAza" Fox 15-0-1, (5KO's) taking on Guillermo "Bald" Valdes 12-6, (3 KO's) of Miami, FL in a six-round contest. Valdes has already lost to two Beltway Boxers. Dusty Hernandez-Harrison and Tony Jeter. Both were by knockout.

 Bout #6

District Heights, MD super featherweight Renaldo "Misunderstood" Gaines 6-2, (1 KO) takes on Stephon McIntyre 2-8-2 of Jonesboro, GA in what should be an competitive 6 round contest. McIntyre has been in three other bouts against Beltway Boxers. He's only been defeated by Kevin Rivers, and held both Marq Johns and Marcus Bates to draws.

Bout #5
Nineteen year old Myke "The Professor" Fox 6-0, (2KO's), who is the younger brother of Alantez Fox will take on 26 year old Juan Carlos Castillo 4-2, (3 KO's) of Caguas, Puerto Rico.  Castillo is coming off of three straight wins which includes a 1:38 2nd round TKO victory over Aneudy Cordones in the Dominican Republic.

Bout #4

Cruiserweight "The Golden Goat" Albi Sadikaj 3-0, (3 KO's) of Fort Washington, MD returns to the ring in a 4 round contest against Santos Martinez 2-8-1, (2KO's) of Adrian, MI. This will be Sadikaj's second trip back into the after coming off a two year layoff. In his successful first return on March 14 he scored a 2nd round TKO of Jose Alexis Rivera Ayala at the SPHINX Club.

Bout #3

Leesburg, VA lightweight Eric "El Torito" Hernandez 1-0 returns to the ring after he won his professional debut on June 20th. Hernandez will face the 1-4, (1 KO) Fernando Serrano of Garden City, KS in a 4 round bout.

Bout #2

The always tough super middleweight Devar "Almuhaarb" Ferhadi 4-0, (3 KO's) of Frederick, MD returns to action in a 4 round contest against Julio Garcia 6-9, (3KO's) of Rincon Puerto Rico.

Bout #1
The highly regarded amateur now newly turned professional super welterweight from Rockville, MD Shynggyskhan Tazhibay will take on Jasey Montalvo of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, who will be looking for his first win.

For more Info on the card go to
(All flyers created by Keystone Boxing)

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