Washington DC native, David Grayton IV has signed with manager Thomas ‘Top Dog’ Williams Jr., as he seeks to take over the welterweight division.
After careful consideration Grayton is now trained by Ronnie Pisano and managed by Thomas Williams, Jr. He continues to be advised by Al Haymon.
This change in camp and leadership has been a breath of fresh air for Grayton.
With a new mindset and a great honest team in his corner, Grayton is looking to make his return to the PBC brand in mid to late March.
“I feel great about signing with Team Top Dog Management. Just looking forward to a new and bright future. I can’t wait to fight,” Grayton said.
Following a glorious high school football career, David Grayton started boxing at the age of 18 following in the steps of his father, professional boxer David Grayton III.
Grayton was a top amateur boxer, winning the Golden Gloves National Tournament in 2010. With a professional record of 15-3-1, with 11 KOs, Grayton is ready to step back into the ring with some serious punching power. Grayton has trained with multiple world title champions and is hungry to fight his way to the top.
Manager Thomas Williams Jr. said, “We are excited to sign David Grayton. We believe he has all the skills to be great. I’m excited about Day-Day’s future in the welterweight division. Under my guidance, I believe that he will be an immediate and dominant force and a future world champion.”