Undefeated middleweight prospect Kyrone Davis is set to return on April 19th against fellow undefeated prospect Junior Castillo. The card will air live on PBC’s “Toe-To-Toe Tuesday’s” at the Sands Casino in Bethlehem, PA. Davis-Castillo is scheduled for the televised portion of the card.
Davis (10-0, 4KOs) fought last in December of last year when he defeated Andrew Hernandez by unanimous decision, also in Bethlehem. That win marked his 5th of 2015.
The fight on the 19th will be Davis’ 2016 debut and he will do it against a fighter with only one less fight on his resume in Castillo (9-0, 9KOs). However, Castillo, who made his debut in 2013 as a pro, has been less active than Davis and only fought twice last year.
Still, Castillo represents the most dangerous test thus far for the Delaware resident Davis. With all of his wins coming by stoppage, Castillo is not entering the ring on fight night with any misconceptions that he is an opponent for anyone, despite the fact that Davis is a highly touted prospect and a pupil of Stephen “Breadman” Edwards.
“I’m looking to improve my record to 11-0 and showcase my talents on national television,” Davis told Thaboxingvoice.com. “I don’t believe nobody can beat me because I’m so well-rounded, such a great thinker and so confident in my ability to adjust. The only difference between me and a chameleon is I’m 160lbs, 5’10” with a lightning fast left hook.”
Currently, Kyrone is helping prepare Dominic Wade for his upcoming bout with Gennady “Triple G” Golovkin. Kyrone is the acting as the lead sparring partner for Wade during the duration of the camp.