Silverhawk Championship Boxing announced it has signed former NABF heavyweight champion Robert "Desert Storm" Davis to a promotional contract. Davis (31-7, 19 KOs), fighting out of Akron (OH), turned pro in 1997, registering a first-round knockout against Donald Harris in Nashville (TN). Robert won his first 21 pro fights, including a fifth-round knockout of Keith McKnight (38-2) for the vacant NABF heavyweight title.
Davis' most notable victories have been against previously unbeaten Charles Shufford (13-0), Greg Page (57-15-1) and Terrence Lewis (31-11). The 6-3, 230-pound Davis has also been in against former world champion Michael Moorer, world title challengers Monte Barrett and Michael Grant, Lance Whitaker, undefeated Joe Mesi and Olympic gold medallist Audley Harrison.
Silverhawk's stable includes top heavyweights such as NBA World & CABOFE heavyweight champion Sherman "The Caribbean Tank" Williams, USBO heavyweight title-holder Leo "Paco" Nolan, and Gerald "The Jedi" Nobles.
Silverhawk Boxing's growing stable of world-caliber fighters also includes two-time world lightweight champion Stevie "Lil' But Bad" Johnston, WBC Americas & CABOFE cruiserweight champ Prince Badi "The Boxing Prince" Ajamu, IBF International cruiserweight champ William "KO King" Guthrie, NBA super middleweight champ Rubin "Hollywood" Williams, IBO International middleweight champion Aaron "Homicide" Mitchell, NBA Intercontinental junior middleweight title-holder Eric "Murder" Mitchell, WBF All-American cruiserweight champion BJ "El Peligroso" Flores, former world title challenger Corey "Primetime" Johnson, former WBO junior welterweight title challenger Manual "Shotgun" Gomez, former NABF super featherweight title-holder Fernando "El Pillo" Trejo, as well as top prospects such as cruiserweight Brandon "The Havoc" Harris, welterweight Alexis Camacho, and light middleweight "Classy" Chris Gray.
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