The event at MGM Grand in Las Vegas has some entertaining undercard fights. In a few moments, the boxing fans will witness The Olympian, Keyshawn Davis, taking over an experienced professional boxer, Esteban Sanchez.


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Keyshawn Davis faced a lot of repercussions with the national federation before his 4th professional boxing. Eventually, he won his 4th bout and is back to face Esteban Sanchez in his career’s 5th fight.

Davis will face the Mexican boxer in an 8-round professional fight. It is interesting to see what the pugilists bring to the ring.

Keyshawn Davis vs. Esteban Sanchez: Physical attributes

The 23-year-old Davis is 175 cm tall and has a reach of 178 cm. The American boxer will enter the ring with 136.2 lbs in his upcoming bout.

In the same vein, Sanchez weighs 136.6 lbs. according to his latest weigh-in. Moreover, Sanchez has a height of 178 cm.

Other facts about Davis and Sanchez

Keyshawn Davis has an interesting story about his amateur boxing success. Before his Olympic journey, he went under certain problems with the national authority.

But eventually, he paved his foot in the Tokyo Olympics 2020 and significantly bagged a silver medal which he carries with him during his professional fights.


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This indicates that Davis has a great experience in amateur boxing, and he will use it against Sanchez.

The undisputed, Davis has a good professional record of 4 wins. In addition, he has won 3 of his fights with a knockout. Davis is prominently known as ‘The Businessman’ and ranks at #122 in the lightweight division.

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Esteban Sanchez, also known as ‘El Towy’, is much more experienced than Davis in professional boxing, which might give him a higher hand.


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Sanchez has fought 19 fights in his career, out of which he has won 18 of them and lost only 1. Certainly, this is the first time that Esteban Sanchez will fight out of his home country. 

It is a great opportunity for both the boxers to prove themselves on such a huge platform.

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Well, it will be interesting to see the fight between Sanchez who has good experience in professional boxing, and Davis who has an Olympic medal to his name.

What’s your pick between both the fighters? An experienced professional boxer? Or a silver medalist from Tokyo Olympics 2020? Let us know your views in the comments below.