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David Benavidez on the Hunt: Canelo Next After Gvozdyk Test?

David "El Monstro" Benavidez isn't just arriving at the MGM Grand, he's making a grand statement. The undefeated 27-year-old is stepping up to 175lbs this weekend, with a clear target in his sights: Canelo Alvarez.



David Benavidez


Canelo Showdown Looms:


"It's gonna happen," Benavidez boomed, his confidence echoing through the halls of the famed Las Vegas venue.  He may not have a fight date with Canelo yet, but his message is clear - "We're ready, 100%.  That fight, that victory, it's ours." For Benavidez, it's not just Canelo, it's anyone.  "Bring 'em on," he declares, "Whoever steps in the ring, they're getting knocked out."

Highlight Reel Aspirations:


With a perfect 28-0 record and a highlight reel packed with devastating finishes, Benavidez is a force to be reckoned with.  He plans to add Gvozdyk's name to that list.  

"Camp was brutal," he admits, "but this Saturday, it's lights out for Gvozdyk."

Domination on His Mind:

Benavidez's ambitions are far-reaching.  He doesn't just want a win, he wants to "conquer" both the light heavyweight and super middleweight divisions.  Driven by a desire to cement his legacy, he proclaims, "This generation's best, that's me. And I won't stop working until everyone knows it."


Gvozdyk Ready for the Monster:

Former champion Oleksandr Gvozdyk (20-1, 16 KOs) sees Benavidez's weight move as a potential turning point.  With Canelo seemingly chasing bigger fish, the 38-year-old Gvozdyk believes Benavidez might have made a strategic move.


Experience in the Ring:

Gvozdyk, a decorated amateur with a 2012 Olympic bronze medal, acknowledges Benavidez's potential edge in terms of opponent quality.  However, he counters with his own wealth of experience. 


 "He might have more pro fights," Gvozdyk says, "but I have 250 amateur fights under my belt. I've got something to prove too."

Gvozdyk assures everyone he's in peak condition, regardless of Benavidez's weight shift.


This fight promises fireworks. Can Benavidez add another highlight reel knockout to his collection, or will Gvozdyk's veteran savvy silence the "Monster's" roar?  The boxing world watches with bated breath.

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