Aurora, CO, August 04, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- If you're a true boxing fan, you know him. If you appreciate the sport, you better get to know him. The 22-3 (18 KOs) pugilist, DaVarryl 'Touch of Sleep' Williamson is sending a message to the heavyweight ranks. He sends that message by taking on all comers on the biggest stages in the sport. Most recently, Derek Jefferson met the lighting counterpunches of Williamson, as they fought for the WBO NABO Heavyweight Title at Madison Square Garden. Williamson won in dominant fashion with a TKO, 2:41 into the second round.
If you don't know DaVarryl, keep you eyes and ears open. Next up is Chris Byrd for the IBF heavyweight belt. In a court case initiated by Wladimir Klitschko, Judge Martini properly affirmed that Williamson and not Klitschko would be the mandatory for Byrd. We had the honor of sitting down with Touch of Sleep to talk about boxing, family and friendly neighbors.
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