Jared Anderson, Keyshawn Davis win in New Jersey

Jared Anderson (14-0, 14 KOs), scored a third technical knockout over George Arias (18-1, 7 KOs) when Arias was unable to answer the bell for the fourth round.

The bout was fairly one-sided. Anderson dictates everything in terms of action. Anderson landed a sequence of punches at the end of the third round that busted Arias’ nose as well as cut Arias’ left eye, and Arias was unable to continue. 

It is heavily rumored that Jared Anderson could be in a main-event fight this summer.

Keyshawn Davis (8-0, 5 KOs) stopped Anthony Yigit (26-3-1, 10 KOs) via a ninth-round TKO victory. Davis dropped Yigit at the end of round eight, who sported a crimson mask with blood coming out of his nose. Davis was standing a slew of punches despite Yigit being able to defend himself, as the referee stepped in.

Davis landed 43% of his total punches as he landed 182 of his 482 thrown punches. The story of the fight is told more so through power punches. Davis landed 152 power punches compared to Yigit who landed 53 power punches. Davis tripled the output of 

“It was fun, we was both talking trash in the ring,” said Davis. “For that other southpaw on the other side of the street [Frank Martin], this is an example, I could probably do you a little earlier than that, you and Errol [Spence Jr] keep saying this, that and a third - I want to fight, but y’all calling out other fighters. Why is that? I want to fight [Frank Martin], I want to fight you. You feel me?”

Notable undercard results saw recent Top Rank signee heavyweight Damian Knyba (11-0, 7 KOs) stopping game veteran Curtis Harper (14-9, 9 KOs) with a mere twenty-two seconds left in the fight. 2020 Olympian middleweight Troy Isley (9-0, 4 KOs) picked up an eight-round decision over Roy Barringer (9-4, 6 KOs) with the scores of 79-73, 80-72, 80-72. Featherweight Bruce “Shu Shu” Carrington (7-0, 4 KOs) continues to look like a future star of the sport of boxing, stopping Brandon Chambers (9-1-1, 5 KOs) in two rounds.