Local fighter Robber Davies Jr. lost out to a hard fought contest against Geordie sensation Lewis Ritson.

It seemed going into the fight that the winner would go on to pursue world honours, after both had won British titles.

With Davies’s impressive performance on the weekend, he will most definitely be included into the British Light Welterweight mix, it would be very interesting to know who he would be matched up against in the future.

Terry Flanagan – With Davies having won British, Commonwealth, and European titles, it is clear that his next aim would be to fight at world level.

The former WBO light welterweight champion has the experience of fighting at world level, which could be valuable to Davies Jr. The rivalry between Manchester and Liverpool could also be a great selling point for the fight, along with both sets of fans coming out in force.

With Terry Flanagan having lost two out of his last four fights and only winning one of them by disqualification, now would be the best time for Davies to fight him.

Akeem Ennis-Brown – Akeem’s clean 13-0 record shows that he is a serious contender in the British Light Welterweight scene.

He won the British title against seasoned pro Glenn Foot, and decided to immediately vacate the title to pursue IBF and WBC international titles.

Like Davies, Akeem has his eyes set on climbing up world rankings (Ranked 33 in the World by Boxrec), this fight could set itself up to be a great fight between two solid fighters, a win for Davies could mean pursuing world honours for a second time.

Ohara Davies – Davies has a strong resume against Liverpudlians, having stopped Tom Farrell and Derry Matthews, could Robbie Davies Jr. end Ohara’s 100% KO streak against local fighters?

Ohara has lost only twice, against future World Champion Josh Taylor and Jack Catterall. It would be very interesting to see how Robbie would get on against Ohara, and how he would deal with his power and size.

A win for the scouser could instantly bring him to the top of the British super Lightweight scene along with Ritson and Taylor.

Regardless of who Davies fights in the next 6-12 months, it would be interesting to see how well he progresses as a fighter.

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