24 Nov

From Middleweight to Welterweight: Benavidez Eyes Bivol and Beterbiev!

In a candid corner chat, David Benavidez's old man and cornerman, Jose Benavidez Sr., spilled the beans on what's next for the undefeated interim WBC middleweight champ (27-0, 23 KOs). The fight card against Demetrius Andrade (32-0, 19 KOs) is just the beginning. Jose threw a verbal jab about their next move:

"Listen up, folks – David's stepping into the ring with a real bruiser, an Olympian, a champ in two weight classes, the kind of opponent most fighters dodge – Andrade. Let's set the record straight – we ain't sitting on our gloves waiting for Canello to come knocking. Sure, the boxing world's abuzz about David and Canelo throwing down, especially since David's been hot on Alvarez's heels, gunning for that belt for two long years. We're game for anyone brave enough to face David. And if the pickings get slim in the middleweight class, we're ready to bulk up and brawl with the big boys.

We're eyeing the welterweight titleholders – Bivol, Beterbiev, you hear that? We're coming!" bellowed Jose Benavidez Sr.

Mark your calendars, fight fans! The Benavidez-Andrade showdown is slated for the night of November 25-26 in Vegas. And here's a juicy tidbit – it's going to be Showtime Boxing's last big pay-per-view spectacle. Don't miss this knockout night!