David “The Mexican Monster” Benavidez retained his Interim WBC Super Middleweight Title with a bruising unanimous decision victory over former world champion Caleb Plant.
Once again, undefeated David “El Bandera Roja” Benavídez didn’t disappoint the hometown crowd as the Phoenix native became a super middleweight champion for the third time in dramatic fashion, scoring a third-round TKO against former world champion David Lemieux to win the vacant Interim WBC World Title on Saturday night at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, AZ.
David Benavidez remains unbeaten and improves to 24-0 (21 KOs) following his 11th-round technical knockout victory over a game Ronald Ellis in their scheduled 12-round WBC Super Middleweight Title Eliminator bout, live on SHOWTIME.
David Benavidez and Roamer Alexis Angulo faced off in a scheduled 12-round super middleweight bout on August 15, 2020, live on SHOWTIME. Benavidez dominated the fight and ultimately won by TKO after Angulo retired at the end of the tenth round.
All the best video of David Benavidez defeating Ronal Gavril. Boxing’s youngest world champion David Benavidez defended his super middleweight world title in dominant fashion over Ronald Gavril in their 168-pound rematch.
Before he enters his first 168-lb world title fight on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, vs. Ronald Gavril, take a look back at how David Benavidez got there. In his world title eliminator bout against Rogelio Medina, Benavidez overwhelmed Medina, and ultimately finished the affair with one of the most spectacular knockouts of 2017.
David Benavidez delivers an impressive TKO performance against Denis Douglin in his 16th professional fight.
Top-rising super middleweight contender David Benavidez put an exclamation point on an awesome 168-pound title eliminator bout with Rogelio "Porky” Medina via an eighth-round TKO stoppage on PBC on FS1 on May 20, 2017 from Laredo Energy Arena in Laredo, Texas.