This Saturday night at the 2300 Arena, undefeated Middleweight Kyrone Davis will take on veteran Jonathan Garcia in a 6-round bout on a show promoted by King’s Promotions.
The main event will see undefeated Prichard Colon (12-0, 10 KO’s) of Orocovis, Puerto Rico taking on Hector Munoz (23-13-1, 15 KO’s) of Albuquerque, New Mexico in the 8-round Jr. Middleweight fight.
Davis out of Wilmington, Delaware has a record of 5-0 with three knockouts and the former amateur standout is excited about his fight this Saturday.
“Training went well. I know that Garcia is a durable guy who has fought good competition. My goal on Saturday is to put on a good, clean performance. Not to get hit and give everyone a good show for my first fight in Philly, “said the 20-year-old Davis.
Davis was 91-9 as an amateur, who won two National PAL tournaments and competed in Olympic trials was looking forward to his local debut.
“Even know I was born in New Jersey and live in Delaware, I train in Philadelphia. I have not fought here professionally, and I am coming back to show everyone what I am doing. I am going to fight smart and push for the knockout. I just want to be a great pro.”
“I am in good spirits and have put in lots of road work. I have a great team with my trainer Stephen Edwards. This is the longest camp we have had as I was supposed to fight in December and went that did not happen; we stayed training. I am in the best shape. This is my first six round fight, but we prepared to go even longer so it won’t be a problem. I expect to perform at the next level.