Keyshawn Davis Expresses Frustration Over Fight Cancellation Due To Drug Violation

Photo: Instagram/Keyshawn Davis

Keyshawn Davis, the 24-year-old undefeated boxer with a record of 9-0 and 6 KOs, has voiced his discontent over the recent cancellation of his fight against Nahir Albright. 

The Texas Commission overturned Davis's ten-round majority decision win after he tested positive for marijuana in their October 14th bout.

This violation led to a 90-day suspension, forcing the cancellation of his scheduled match against former two-division world champion Jose Pedraza.

Photo: Instagram/Keyshawn Davis

Keyshawn Davis is set to return to the ring in January after serving his suspension, but his frustration with the decision lingers. In a social media rant, Davis expressed his annoyance and the feeling of being unfairly singled out by the Texas Commission. 

He questioned why his victory was taken away due to a positive marijuana test when this type of incident had not typically resulted in such actions. Despite the setback, Davis remains determined to continue his boxing career and has plans to purchase a house during his suspension period. 

He seems determined to prove himself once he returns to the ring, with the hope that he won't face a similar situation in the future. However, he did not rule out his discontent with the Texas Commission, stating that he may not be eager to participate in main event fights in Texas in the future. 

Davis's comments have sparked discussion among boxing fans and the wider sports community, with many questioning the Commission's decision and its implications for the sport.

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Source: Boxing News 24 

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