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Keyshawn Davis vs. Miguel Madueno: Fight date, ring walk time, how to watch, undercard & odds

Rising American star Keyshawn Davis returns to the ring in July as he faces Miguel Madueno in a 10-round lightweight contest.

Our article will give you everything you need to know about this fight, including when it is, where it is, what time it starts, where you can watch it, the odds for the fight, and a brief overview of both Davis and Madueno.

Keyshawn Davis vs. Miguel Madueno date

Davis vs. Madueno will take place on Saturday, July 6, 2024.

Keyshawn Davis vs. Miguel Madueno start time

Davis vs. Madueno is expected to begin at 9 PM ET.

Keyshawn Davis vs. Miguel Madueno ring walk time

Ring walk times for Davis vs. Madueno are expected to take place around 9 PM ET.

Keyshawn Davis vs. Miguel Madueno venue

Davis vs Madueno will take place at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, which has a capacity of up to 19,500 people.

How to watch Keyshawn Davis vs. Miguel Madueno, TV channel & streaming

In the United States, Davis vs Madueno will be broadcast on ESPN, with streaming available on ESPN+.

Keyshawn Davis vs. Miguel Madueno title at stake

There are no titles on the line in the bout between Davis and Madueno.

Keyshawn Davis record

Davis has a perfect 10-0 record and seven of his wins have come inside the distance, while one of his bouts was ruled a no contest.

The 25-year-old hails from Norfolk, Virginia, and enjoyed an impressive amateur career before moving into the professional ranks.

Davis won silver medals at the Pan American Games and the World Championships in 2019, as well as in Tokyo at the 2020 Summer Olympics where he lost to Andy Cruz in the final.

Davis made his debut in February of 2021 as he stopped Lester Brown in the second round. Brown had a 4-2-3 record prior to their bout and all of Davis’ opponents have had winning records as he bids to rise the ranks quickly.

In his fifth fight, The Businessman came up against the 18-1 Esteban Sanchez and won via a sixth round TKO and in December 2022 he landed his first regional title by beating Juan Carlos Burgos          on points in an eight-round contest to snare the vacant WBO Inter-Continental lightweight belt.

In 2023 he claimed wins over Anthony Yigit (TKO) and Francesco Patera (unanimous decision). Davis also faced Nahir Albright the same year and won via majority decision, but the result was later overturned and the bout was deemed a no contest.

Davis was last seen in February as he claimed the biggest win of his career with a sixth round TKO success against Puerto Rico’s Jose Pedraza, a former two-weight world champion, as he retained the WBO Inter-Continental and WBC USA lightweight titles and won the vacant IB USBA strap.

Miguel Madueno record

Miguel Madueno has a 31-2 record and 28 of his victories have come via stoppages.

The 25-year-old made his debut back in 2017 with a first round knockout and his next two fights were also over before the end of the opening round. Madueno began his career with a 22-0 run in his homeland of Mexico before making his US debut in April 2021 with a stunning first round win over Bergman Aguilar thanks to a brutal bodyshot.

He followed that victory up with four more wins, including successes against Sonny Fredrickson and Jose Luis Rodriguez, before suffering the first defeat of his career in March of 2022 as he was outpointed by Jezzrel Corrales in an ill-tempered affair where both fighters were deducted points in Panama.

Madueno opted to take a tough challenge after his first loss as he came up against the 16-3-1 Juan Huertas for the WBO Latino lightweight crown, winning via a fifth round TKO.

Explosivo suffered a second defeat in 2023 as he lost via unanimous decision to Canada’s Steve Claggett, who will challenge Teofimo Lopez for the WBO world title later this year, in Montreal.

Madueno was last seen in February as he secured the biggest win of his career to date with a split decision success against the 17-1 Justin Pauldo.

Keyshawn Davis vs. Miguel Madueno odds

Davis enters the fight as a heavy -2200 favorite, while Madueno is the +1000 underdog.

Keyshawn Davis vs. Miguel Madueno full card

Davis vs Madueno will take place on the undercard of Shakur Stevenson’s WBC lightweight defence against Artem Harutyunyan. 

There is a co-main event as O'Shaquie Foster will put his WBC super featherweight title on the line against Robson Conceicao.

Odds displayed within this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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