Former World Champ Danny Garcia delivers devastating KO of Brandon Rios in welterweight title eliminator
Boxing's youngest world champion David Benavidez dominates super middleweight title rematch against Ronald Gavril; Cuban contender Yordenis Ugas ups his stock with seventh-round KO of Ray Robinson.
Boxing's youngest world champion was mourning loss of relative, battling sickness during championship victory back in September.
Two-division World Champion Danny Garcia faces fellow former Champion Brandon Rios Feb. 17 in Las Vegas
Boxing’s youngest world champion David Benavidez will defend his 168-pound world championship against Ronald Gavril in a rematch of their September title showdown in the co-main event of the Showtime-televised card from Mandalay Bay Events Center.
David Benavidez heard the bell ending Friday’s crowd-pleasing, Fight of the Year caliber 168-pound battle, and a short time later, a hat was literally tossed into the ring on behalf of his opponent, Ronald Gavril.
In the past two decades, Sampson Lewkowicz has introduced two once-in-a-lifetime talents to the greater boxing world. Friday night, David Benavidez proved he could become the third.
David Benavidez wasn’t even born when Darrin Van Horn, at 22, became the youngest boxer in history to win a 168-pound title in May 1991. But tomorrow night, the 20-year-old Benavidez has an opportunity to make history himself in the Fight Capital of the World.