David Benavidez, Jose Valenzuela & Benavidez vs. Plant | The PBC Podcast
Undefeated two-time WBC world super middleweight champion David Benavidez and lightweight contender Jose Valenzuela are this week's guests on The PBC Podcast. Both Benavidez and Valenzuela are hyper-focused as they prepare for their bouts this Saturday, March 25 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Former NBA Stars React to #BenavidezPlant SMACK TALK
Former NBA stars Stephen Jackson, Matt Barnes, Paul Pierce, and DeMarcus Cousins react to the trash talk between David Benavidez and Caleb Plant and offer their predictions for their super middleweight showdown, live on @SHOSports PPV on March 25 at 9pm ET/6pm PT.
David Benavidez vs Caleb Plant: Smack Talk Compilation
The bad blood between David Benavidez and Caleb Plant is real. Find out who talks the talk and who walks the walk on March 25, live on SHOWTIME PPV.
ALL ACCESS: BENAVIDEZ VS. PLANT | #BenavidezPlant
ALL ACCESS: BENAVIDEZ VS. PLANT | Full Episode. On March 25, undefeated former two-time WBC Super Middleweight Champion David Benavídez and former IBF Super Middleweight Champion Caleb Plant square off live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions.
BENAVIDEZ vs PLANT Kickoff Press Conference | #BenavidezPlant
Undefeated former two-time WBC Super Middleweight Champion David “El Bandera Roja’’ Benavídez and former IBF Super Middleweight Champion Caleb Plant will preview their high-stakes, 12-round showdown during a Los Angeles press conference before they meet on SHOWTIME PPV on Saturday, March 25 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions.
David Benavidez vs Caleb Plant PREVIEW: March 25, 2023 | PBC on SHOWTIME PPV
Benavídez vs. Plant will see undefeated former two-time WBC Super Middleweight Champion David Benavídez and former IBF Super Middleweight Champion Caleb Plant meet in a high-stakes, 12-round showdown for Benavídez’s Interim WBC Super Middleweight Title live on SHOWTIME PPV on Saturday, March 25 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions.
Stephen "Breadman" Edwards, Gervonta Davis vs. Hector Garcia & More | The PBC Podcast
Respected trainer Stephen "Breadman" Edwards joins The PBC Podcast this week to discuss Gervonta "Tank" Davis stopping Hector Luis Garcia, the rest of last weekend's stacked card, his thoughts on David Benavidez vs. Caleb Plant and much more. Plus, hosts Kenneth Bouhairie and Michael Rosenthal recap and break down Saturday night's entire televised SHOWTIME pay-per-view event and, in this week's Toe to Toe segment, list their top five lightweights today.
Benavidez vs Davis - Watch Full Fight | November 13, 2021
(Nov. 13, 2021) Two-Time World Champion David “El Bandera Roja” Benavídez remains undefeated in his homecoming return after a dominating seventh-round stoppage against 168-pound contender Kyrone Davis in their headlining super middleweight showdown. The 24-year-old Benavídez (25-0, 22 KOs) displayed a full arsenal of punches to dispatch a valiant effort from Davis (16-3-1, 6 KOs), who stepped in to fight the WBC’s No. 1 super middleweight contender on just two weeks’ notice. Davis showed incredible heart and guts, taking extreme amounts of punishment throughout the fight but never hit the canvas and no matter how many punches he was hit with, he always returned the fire. Davis’ trainer, Stephen “Breadman” Edwards, put an end to the punishment at :48 of round number seven when he threw in the towel. Watch the stoppage HERE: https://twitter.com/ShowtimeBoxing/status/1459749566018957313 “That was a great performance on my end,” Benavídez told SHOWTIME’s Jim Gray following the stoppage. “A lot of courage by Kyrone. A lot of respect to him and his team. He’s a tough dude. I came out here to give the fans a good fight and we both left it all out in the ring.” With November 13 officially being named “David Benavídez Day” in Phoenix, the boisterous crowd at Footprint Center urged their hometown hero on with every punch. Benavídez landed 137 of 258 power punches (51 percent) and targeted Davis’ body throughout the fight. He connected on 50 body punches, 45 of which were power punches. “It was tough but the thing about me is that I have so much conditioning that I’m going to keep going until he eventually stops,” Benavídez continued. “That’s what eventually happens. They tend to give up. I know that I don’t have that one-punch knockout power but I’m going to be ready to get you every single round.” The 27-year-old Davis played his role in the crowd-pleasing main event and earned the respect and admiration of everybody watching. “I’m a little disappointed,” Davis said. “I wish I could have pulled out the victory. I don’t like losing. I came in on two weeks’ notice. Shame on (Jose) Uzcategui for being on steroids. I had to come in on short notice but I fought like a warrior. I’m living my dream. I love coming out here and putting on a great show. Fighting is in my blood. I was raised like this.” With the unbeaten streak to start his career still intact, Benavídez, the former two-time super middleweight champion, now has his sights set on a mega-fight at 168 pounds. “Everybody wants to see me against Canelo, right? I don’t care what his assessment of my fight is but they keep putting these contenders in front of me. My last fight was a WBC Title Eliminator and that’s why I’m here holding my belts. They need to give me the opportunity. I’ll go through anybody. Whoever they want me to go through. If (Jermall) Charlo wants it, he can get it too. But he doesn’t want to get in the ring with me.” #DavidBenavidez #KyroneDavis #BenavidezDavis Visit PremierBoxingChampions.com for more info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: https://pbcham.ps/FightAlerts FOLLOW US: https://twitter.com/premierboxing https://instagram.com/premierboxing https://www.facebook.com/premierboxingchampions