Typically known for his effusive and vibrant colors, Davenport veers away from expectation and opts for darker tones, while often leaving other parts of his surface blank. When color does intervene, it is to highlight the excitement that went into Mike Tyson’s matches. The works are rooted in the inherent thrill and violence that characterize the sport, reflected in the written notations around and within the illustrations. In T.D.B.C. Presents Mike Knockin All The Jerry Curl Juice Out Of His Pizz (2013), for example, he writes in one corner “Watching Mike beat up people was cool LOL.” Drawing from his experience growing up as a child in the Lafitte Projects in New Orleans, Davenport inserts his own impressions of the matches as seen from the perspective of someone perhaps not yet aware of the brutality of the spectacle.