The much publicised and always controversial Ohara Davies has quickly moved on from his former promoter Eddie Hearn after controversial remarks in recent times.
The remarks pertained to a certain newspaper in the UK that most people know well about, and landed Davies in a large amount of disgust as a consequence.
Eddie Hearn his former promoter, usually a person that seems to be forgiving, did not forgive on this occasion and made the decision to pull Davies entirely from an event card because of his comments on social media.
It is also thought that Davies’ former training team distance themselves from the fighter too.
Now in a shock move however Ohara Davies has joined forces with Eddie Hearn’s closest rival, legendary and long time British promoter Frank Warren:
— Frank Warren (@frankwarren_tv) January 29, 2018
Davies will make his first appearance under his new boss at the O2 Arena in London on April 14th live on BT Sport and BoxNation.
Davies at this particular time holds a professional boxing record of 16-1-13KO with his only defeat coming inside the distance to the excellent Josh Taylor to date.