Then your opinion is flawed, frankly. Lomachenko is a the very epitome of a supreme athlete. The way he moves, the speed, the precision and fluidity he demonstrates in the ring, are not the sorts of things that simply come with training or experience; yes, he has those in abundance as well, but it's clear that athletically he's a cut above the rest. Davis has some elite athletic traits, which you've touched on, but that doesn't necessarily make him a better overall athlete. Your mistake, I believe, is in assigning only those narrow traits (speed, explosiveness) to the whole package. Davis doesn't possess anywhere near the fleet-footedness of Loma, the balance or virtuosity in upper body movement. All of these things are athletic traits too, yet ones that you appear to be ignoring in order to put forward your case. What makes Loma special is that he's not just a great athlete but a great boxer as well. The two aren't mutually exclusive.