Bomac: “Teofimo Can’t F**k With Keyshawn; I Promise You That!”

Bomac Would Bet Everything On Davis Besting Lopez!

Bomac bets on Keyshawn Davis to outclass Teofimo Lopez
Bomac McIntyre believes Keyshawn Davis dominates Teofimo Lopez (credit: Top Rank/Getty Images)

Bomac Gives Teofimo Lopez No Shot At Beating Keyshawn Davis

This past February, while fighting on the same card, lightweight contender Keyshawn “The Businessman” Davis (10-0, 7 KO’s) and WBO junior welterweight champion Teofimo “The Takeover” Lopez (20-1, 13 KO’s) had a run in. Apparently, Davis did not care for some statements that Lopez previously made about him to media members and he confronted The Takeover about those words. Ever since that exchange that was caught on a hot mic, The Businessman, who is coached by Brian “Bomac” McIntyre, has pursued a duel with Lopez.


When questioned about the likelihood of this clash by FightHype, McIntyre predictably was quick to back his charge. Yet, more than support his fighter, Bomac doubled-down on the fact that Davis would demolish The Takeover if they ever did fight.

“I will say this about Keyshawn, and I like Teofimo, Teofimo is a good dude [and] a great fighter. He’s got good twitch, good speed on him, good knowledge [but] he can’t fuck with Keyshawn! I promise you that! If that fight ever comes up on the chopping block, trust me, we going to fuck his ass up, I promise you that! One thing about Keyshawn is always up for challenges; Not only is he up for challenges, that’s a challenge for me and my staff. We are going to beat that mah-fuckas ass, I promise you that!”


At the present moment, both fighters have impending duels on the calendar, with Davis dancing with Miguel Madueno on July 6. For his part, Lopez is looking to face the rather unheralded Steve Claggett on June 29. For his part, Davis, along with a large segment of the boxing world have questioned The Takeover for his selection of #9 (WBC), #10 (WBO) and #14 (IBF) ranked Claggett.

Claggett, outside of being a generally unrecognized fighter, will enter the contest alreadying owning seven previous losses. There is a strong belief that The Takeover has taken on this supposed soft touch due to being awarded a largely perceived gift decision win in his last contest with Jamaine Ortiz in his last tour of duty.

Provided that both Lopez and Davis come out on top in their individual battles, an end-of-the-year prizefight against one another should be warmly welcomed by fight fans. In fact, their already-established mutual feud would only serve to help hype the potential prizefight to greater heights. Yet, let’s see how the two men handle themselves with their current opposition first.

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Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."