Heavyweight contender DaVarryl “Touch of Sleep” Williamson, rated #14 in the Boxingtalk ratings signed a promotional agreement with Don King Productions today. "This is the right move for me," said Williamson, whose pro record is 21-3 with 17 KOs. "Don King has proven time and time again he can make things happen in boxing, especially in the heavyweight division. He represents three of the four world heavyweight champions, and I want to face one of them for a world title. King is also enthusiastic about inking Williamson. "DaVarryl is a great boxer and family man, and I think he’s earned the right to fight for a world heavyweight title,” King said. “He’s a thinking man’s fighter,” King said, referencing the fact the boxer holds a master’s degree in administrative services from Northern Michigan University. Williamson, 36, posted a unanimous ten-round decision over former WBC heavyweight titlist Oliver McCall during his last appearance at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 13. He has been victorious in three of his last four appearances, the loss coming by split decision to Wladimir Klitschko at the end of the fifth round after a clash of heads resulted in a gash above Klitschko’s right eye that went almost to the bone.