Featherweight: Duke Ragan
The Cincinnati, Oh. native is already off and running as a professional, having generated four wins without a blemish on his ledger thus far. His last pro fight had Ragan produce a unanimous decision victory over Charles Clark in April.
This came after he demonstrated that he has power, too, during his pro debut last August.
Lightweight: Keyshawn Davis
Shakur Stevenson is big on Keyshawn Davis (pictured above). Shakur, the current WBO interim junior lightweight champion, believes Davis has what it takes to win a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Already, Davis has shown signs of that potential, having compiled a 3-0 record as a professional.
Davis, who is from Norfolk, Va., took first place honors at the 2017 and 2018 Elite National Championships, before finishing second in the 2019 Elite World Championships prior to turning pro.
A quick look at Davis’s social media accounts and the 22-year-old southpaw can’t wait to kick off his Olympic experience.
I have the entire United States boxing watching me literally, my Olympic debut is July25th don’t miss how I’m going to set the tone❗️⭐️
Instagram: businesskeyshawn pic.twitter.com/LoTxyy6WXX
— Keyshawn Davis (@KeyshawnDavis8) July 11, 2021
Welterweight: Delante Johnson
Citing Sugar Ray Robinson, Pernell Whitaker and Floyd Mayweather Jr. as his favorite boxers, Johnson…