Blake "BAD" Davis
26 year old Blake “BAD” Davis was born and raised in Cooper City, Florida. He was always an athlete and played many sports growing up. At 16 Davis fractured his spine, and doctors told him he would probably never play sports again and ultimately killed his dream of an athletic scholarship. To make matters worse, while recovering, he was jumped at a house party by about 10 men and beaten very badly. He can now thank them, as that moment put a chip on his shoulder that he would carry for the rest of his life. After making a full recovery, Davis entered a boxing gym for the first time at 17 years old. He trained every day reliving the moment he got jumped and in turn, became a true fighter at heart.
In 2013 Davis competed in his first amateur tournament and won the Ringside World Championships in the Novice division. After fighting four days in a-row, Davis won his first-ever tournament and eventually represented the United States Olympic Team in 2017 while gaining international experience including fighting in Germany.
After a hand injury during international competition, Davis made the progression to the professional ranks on March 1st, 2019 making his debut at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood FL in front of a huge self promoted crowd and becoming a rising star & Boxing Commodity within the local community. With his forward thinking, 24 year old Blake Davis, 4-0 (2KO), saw a business opportunity within the sport and launched BAD Promotions positioning himself for greatness inside and outside of the ring.
His first show with Bad Promotions "Only The Strong Survive" was on January 17th, 2020 and was a Complete Sellout. The show was hosted in a very high-class venue at Gulfstream Park and People raved about it as many felt it was the best boxing show they have ever been to.
Davis brings awareness to Breast Cancer as his mother has battled breast cancer and has gone on to have multiple surgeries. He wears pink in almost all of his fights along with the Breast Cancer Ribbon.