Caleb Plant Confident Of Stopping David Benavidez

They are reportedly scheduled for March.

Former IBF super middleweight champion Caleb Plant (22-1, 13 KOs) believes he has what it takes to get the better of David Benavidez next year in a final WBC super middleweight title eliminator on Showtime.

The American has made improvements in his punching power with the assistance of a new trainer, ‘Breadman’ Edwards. Moreover, he has been more resilient defensively than he ever was.

“Yeah, 100%,” said Plant to Fight Hub TV when asked if the contracts are signed for his WBC super middleweight title eliminator against Benavidez.

Plant can be an intimidating opponent for anyone. However, he has added another weapon to his arsenal. He can now administer electric-like incredible power, which shocks his opponents.

“Once we get the details worked out, there will be more to talk about,” said Plant when asked when there will be an announcement for the fight. “Hopefully, in the first quarter of the year, we’ll get it locked in.

“We got a few big cities locked in, but I’d love to have it in Vegas. So, we’ll see how it works out. This is a legacy fight for me. I’m super excited about it. It’s one that I’ve wanted for a long time, and I feel like it’s perfect timing.

“It sounds like he may never be happy. I don’t know,” said Plant when told that Benavidez’s dad, Jose Sr, is worried that Caleb might pull out of the fight.”

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