Shakur Stevenson Believes He’ll End Up In Hall Of Fame

Shakur Stevenson

Shakur Stevenson thinks he will end up in the Boxing Hall of Fame when his career is over.

Stevenson is the former WBO featherweight and WBO super featherweight champion as well as holding the WBC and The Ring super featherweight titles. Yet, after struggling to make weight, Stevenson moved up to lightweight and now is eyeing a scrap with Gervonta Davis as he knows that is the biggest fight to make in boxing.

“That’s the next big fight [against Davis]. That’s the Super Bowl,” Stevenson said on the “Stamina For Sale” YouTube channel (h/t BoxingScene). “For sure, I’m very confident I beat everybody.”

Although Shakur Stevenson is just 25, he has already had a ton of success and knows he hasn’t even hit his prime yet.

With that, the Olympian believes when he decides to retire he will find himself in the Hall of Fame as one of the best ever.

“I’m going to be a Hall of Famer and one of the best boxers that ever lived. I want to join the [Muhammad] Ali, Sugar Ray Robinson, Floyd Mayweather Jr., and the Andre Wards of the world. I want to join them and get my spot and legacy like they got their spot and solidity it,” said Stevenson. “I’ve been really focused lately after my [Sept. 2022 unanimous dedication win against] Robson Conceicao. I feel like my focus went all the way up to a new level.” 

Stevenson is currently 20-0 as a pro and coming off a TKO win over Shuichiro Yoshino last time out.

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