Kelvin Davis (boxer)
Known as "Concrete", Davis, a compact pressure fighter, turned pro in 1999. He was undefeated in his first 20 fights, including a draw with veteran David Vedder (record 21-19-3) in 2001 and a points win over 37 year old Ex IBF-titleholder Arthur Williams. He lost for the first time to little-known Ravea Springs (record 24-2).
In 2003 he got an IBF-eliminator fight against O'Neil Bell, who knocked him out.
In 2004 he won the vacant IBF title against hard-punching but chinny southpaw Ezra Sellars but never defended it.
While training for a heavyweight bout against Shane Cameron, Davis suffered an injury while on a training run in June 2007, jumping over Auckland's Greenhithe bridge to avoid a car. Davis was forced to spend the next month in New Zealand after being hospitalized with a broken neck & broken back in two places. After 11 hours of surgery, Davis began recovering, and many speculated that his boxing future was in doubt. However, he fully recovered and returned to the ring four months later against undefeated heavy weight Carl Davis Drummond.
Davis recovered from his injury and returned to the ring in November 2007. He lost a decision to undefeated Carl Davis Drumond. Davis was winless in his last eight bouts, including suffering first round knockouts to Eric Fields and Alexander Frenkel.
Davis retired live on ESPN2's Friday Night Fights on January 18, 2008, after his TKO loss to prospect Eric Fields.
Professional boxing record 
|24 Wins (17 knockouts, 7 decisions), 11 Losses (6 knockout, 5 decisions), 3 Draws |
|Loss||20-0||Alexander Frenkel||TKO||1||07/11/2009||Nuremburg, Bayern, Germany||Referee stopped the bout at 2:07 of the first round.|
|Draw||20-11-1||"Famous" Michael Simms||PTS||6||07/08/2009||Sacramento, California, United States||56-58, 57-57, 58-56.|
|Loss||5-8-1||Leo Bercier||UD||6||30/01/2009||Sacramento, California, United States||55-58, 56-57, 54-59.|
|Loss||15-0-1||Marcus Oliveira||TKO||3||25/10/2008||Columbia, South Carolina, United States||Referee stopped the bout at 0:59 of the third round.|
|Loss||10-0||Eric "Danger" Fields||TKO||1||18/01/2008||Key West, Florida, United States||Referee stopped the bout at 0:55 of the first round.|
|Loss||22-0||Carl Davis Drumond||UD||10||17/11/2007||San Jose, Costa Rica||93-97, 94-96, 92-93.|
|Loss||29-2-1||Terry "The Troublemaker" Smith||UD||10||11/05/2007||Miami, Oklahoma, United States||93-97, 92-98, 92-98.|
|Loss||20-5-3||Darnell "Ding-a-Ling Man" Wilson||TKO||3||23/02/2007||Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States||Referee stopped the bout at 1:03 of the third round.|
|Win||20-27-3||"Wreckless" Willie Chapman||UD||8||05/01/2007||Las Vegas, Nevada, United States||80-69, 80-69, 78-72.|
|Win||5-9-1||Paul King||PTS||4||21/10/2006||Southwark, London, United Kingdom||40-36.|
|Win||16-5-2||Chris "Cold Steel" Thomas||TKO||5||19/08/2006||Reno, Nevada, United States||Referee stopped the bout at 0:49 of the fifth round.|
|Draw||20-6||Charles Shufford||PTS||6||07/07/2006||Hyannis, Massachusetts, United States||58-56, 57-57, 57-57.|
|Loss||17-0||Steve "USS" Cunningham||UD||12||03/09/2005||Cleveland, Ohio, United States||IBF Cruiserweight Title Eliminator. 111-117, 111-117, 110-118.|
|Loss||31-3-2||Guillermo "El Felino" Jones||TKO||4||21/05/2005||Chicago, Illinois, United States||Referee stopped the bout at 0:42 of the fourth round.|
|Win||27-5||Ezra Sellers||TKO||8||01/05/2004||Miami, Florida, United States||IBF World Cruiserweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 2:33 of the eighth round.|
|Win||18-1-2||Louis "The Lion" Azille||SD||12||24/10/2003||Bushkill, Pennsylvania, United States||IBF World Cruiserweight Title Eliminator. 116-111, 113-114, 115-112.|
|Loss||20-1-1||O'Neil "Supernova" Bell||TKO||11||23/05/2003||Concho, Oklahoma, United States||USBA/NABF Cruiserweight Titles. Referee stopped the bout at 1:03 of the 11th round.|
|Win||29-6||Rogerio Lobo||TKO||1||21/02/2003||Las Vegas, Nevada, United States||IBA Americas Cruiserweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 0:42 of the first round.|
|Loss||24-2||Ravea Springs||UD||10||16/08/2002||Saratoga Springs, New York, United States||93-97, 93-97, 93-97.|
|Win||12-3||Tipton Walker||TKO||7||24/05/2002||Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States||Referee stopped the bout at 2:51 of the seventh round.|
|Win||34-6-1||"King" Arthur Williams||SD||12||23/03/2002||Las Vegas, Nevada, United States||USBA Cruiserweight Title. 116-112, 116-112, 112-116.|
|Draw||21-19-3||David Vedder||PTS||6||08/09/2001||Reno, Nevada, United States|
|Win||13-19||"Hollywood" Derek Amos||TKO||1||14/07/2001||Denver, Colorado, United States|
|Win||5-1||Bobby Scoggins||TKO||2||01/06/2001||San Antonio, Texas, United States||Referee stopped the bout at 1:31 of the second round.|
|Win||4-6-1||Alphonzo Davis||TKO||2||02/02/2001||Reno, Nevada, United States|
|Win||13-26-8||Wesley "The Wild Wild Wes" Martin||KO||1||17/11/2000||Reno, Nevada, United States|
|Win||8-16-2||Anthony Moore||UD||6||22/10/2000||Reno, Nevada, United States||59-55, 59-55, 58-56.|
|Win||6-0||Maurice Marshall||KO||1||09/09/2000||New Orleans, Louisiana, United States||Marshall knocked out at 0:28 of the first round.|
|Win||7-18-3||Bradley Rone||UD||4||24/06/2000||Reno, Nevada, United States||39-37, 40-36, 39-37.|
|Win||4-1||Chris "Cold Steel" Thomas||KO||2||13/05/2000||Indianapolis, Indiana, United States|
|Win||3-3-1||James Johnson||KO||6||28/04/2000||Lafayette, Louisiana, United States|
|Win||4-8-2||Craig Brinson||TKO||2||26/02/2000||Biloxi, Mississippi, United States||Referee stopped the bout at 1:49 of the second round.|
|Win||4-5||Errol "The Polish Hammer" Sadikovski||TKO||2||15/01/2000||New York City, United States|
|Win||5-0||"Marvelous" Marvin Hunt||TKO||2||26/11/1999||New Orleans, Louisiana, United States|
|Win||1-3||Chico Copeland||TKO||1||19/11/1999||Tunica, Mississippi, United States||Referee stopped the bout at 0:45 of the first round.|
|Win||4-1||Carl Harrell||UD||4||11/11/1999||Biloxi, Mississippi, United States||39-35, 39-35, 39-35.|
|Win||--||Joe Johnson||TKO||1||15/10/1999||Pensacola, Florida, United States||Referee stopped the bout at 1:08 of the first round.|
|Win||2-0-1||Randy Worth||TKO||2||01/10/1999||Tunica, Mississippi, United States||Referee stopped the bout at 2:45 of the second round.|
- "Boxing: Cameron's opponent in hospital with broken back". The New Zealand Herald. Newstalk ZB. June 25, 2007. Retrieved October 12, 2011.
- Houser, Mike. 'Koncrete' Kelvin back on his feet!, Fightnews.com, July 4, 2007
- Cohen, Daniel. Eric Fields Makes Quick Work of Kelvin Davis on ESPN2's Friday Night Fights, Ringside Report, January 19, 2008
|IBF Cruiserweight Champion
May 1, 2004 – May 20, 2005