WBC Super Middleweight World Champion David "El Bandera Roja" Benavidez joined PBC Host and Announcer Ray Flores on Tuesday, August 11, 2020, to discuss his upcoming title defense against once-beaten Roamer Alexis Angulo.
SHOWTIME Sports and Premier Boxing Champions announced today a lineup of nine live boxing events featuring 18 undefeated fighters, nine world champions, and eight world championship fights including one world title unification bout. The schedule comprises 22 critical matchups from bantamweight to heavyweight and features some of the biggest stars in the sport today - Gervonta Davis, Leo Santa Cruz, Jermall Charlo, Jermell Charlo, David Benavidez and more. It is the largest collection of world championship boxing announced since the COVID-19 pandemic forced a stoppage of the sport.
Go inside the mind of WBC Super Middleweight World Champion David Benavidez as he breaks down his title fight with Anthony Dirrell on September 28, 2019, which aired live on FOX Pay-Per-View from Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
Former Super Middleweight World Champ David Benavidez looks to reclaim a 168-pound title Sept. 28 when he faces WBC Champ Anthony Dirrell on PBC on FOX PPV at The Staples Center in Los Angeles.
David Benavidez scores a split decision victory over Ronald Gavril after 12 action-packed rounds claiming the vacant WBC 168-pound title.
David Benavidez became boxing’s youngest world champion – and the youngest ever in the super middleweight division – with a split decision victory over Ronald Gavril on Friday night September 8, 2017, on an exciting night of 168-pound action on SHOWTIME BOXING.
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.
David Benavidez and Ronald Gavril battle in a 12-round WBC super middleweight championship fight September 8, 2017 on Showtime.