Steve Davis has won a total of 28 ranking and 73 professional tournaments in his career. That's 73 wins from 99 finals! His most important wins are the six World Championships, six UK Championships and three Masters.
He was the No.1 player in the eighties, before Hendry came along. Davis was the first to make a ratified maximum break in a major tournament who had a break of 147 against John Spencer in the Lada Classic at Oldham, Greater Manchester on 11 Jan 1982.
Steve's dry sense of humour and hilarious anecdotes make him a excellent choice for any sporting dinner or corporate function.
Steve Davis, OBE (born 22 August 1957) is an English former professional snooker player from Plumstead, London. Known for dominating the sport during the 1980s, when he won the World Championships six times and was ranked World Number One for seven consecutive seasons, he is remembered particularly for contesting the 1985 World Championship Final with Dennis Taylor, the black-ball conclusion of which attracted a record 18.5 million British viewers. He is a well known public figure and is generally viewed by his peers as one of the greatest players of all time. Until his retirement in 2016, Davis combined his ongoing playing career with his role as a television analyst and commentator for the BBC's snooker coverage. He is available to hire for speaking engagements and awards ceremonies as an awards host, Presenter, After Dinner Speaker or Motivatinal Speaker with The Edge Entertainment Agency