Keyshawn Davis Wins in Semis-Going for Gold

Article by Rick Mohamed

Keyshawn Davis, the U.S.A. Olympic Boxing Team’s lightweight representative followed up his impressive KO victory of 2016 Brazil Olympics silver medalist & the Tokyo Olympic’s top seed, France’s Sofiane Oumiha: Davis defeated Russian Gabil Mamedov. He’s now going for the gold medal vs Armenia’s Hovhannes Bachkov

Tokyo, Japan (August 3, 2021) Keyshawn Davis continued his impressive Tokyo Olympic campaign, defeating Russia’s Gabil Mamedov in the lightweight semifinals division. Just days before he’d pulled off a major upset when he KO’ed 2016 Olympic silver medalist & Tokyo Olympics’ top seed, France’s Sofiane Oumiha. 
He now advances to the gold medal final vs. Armenia’s Hovhannes Bachkov. To get there, he put on a boxing clinic vs. Mamedov. Davis thoroughly overpowered his opponent! 
Davis rocked him in the second round and then dropped him to win the decision and advance to the finals. Keyshawn, do your family and friends back in his hometown Norfolk, Virginia proud. Bring home the Gold, Keyshawn!! Congrats to Team Davis. LETSGOCHAMP





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My name is Giovanti Mohamed. I am 27 years old. I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. My dad Ricardo Mohamed started teaching me the basics of boxing when I was around 3 years old, and I have loved the sport ever since. As a kid I grew up around both World champions and great trainers. I competed in several Golden gloves tournaments throughout my younger years, and competed in different states for amateur boxing events. I was set to turn Professional in 2014 but unfortunately, months before my Pro debut I was diagnosed with severe Arthritis which ended my pursuit of becoming a world champion. My love for boxing has never left, and I look forward to giving great analysis on all the boxing matches to come.