Former WBC super-middleweight champion David Benavidez to face Jose Uzcategui
Former middleweight champion David Benavidez is set to face Venezuelan powerhouse Jose Uzcategui to defend his world title in his native city Phoenix, Arizona. David will be defending his WBC super-middleweight belt at home. It can be expected that he will be motivated to put on a show for his native home crowd. David Benavidez has put on a master class showcase of performances in his career going undefeated in 24 fights.
Challenging him for the title is Jose Uzcategui who is a formidable opponent to face in the ring. Jose is coming out with some spectacular knockout finishes in his recent matches. The animosity from those wins will certainly be following him into the ring for this match.
This match has the making of an absolute barn burner. Both boxers have shown dominance in the ring with spectacular back-to-back knockout finishes. Fans are eager to see who will be the victor, especially David’s hometown audience. José Uzcátegui is a world-class athlete with superb skills in the ring having fought the likes of Andre Dirrell, Ezequiel Osvaldo Maderna, and Lionell Thompson.
His recent wins have put him in the limelight but does he have what it takes to face the behemoth standing in his way. David has a string of wins that have been displayed dominate boxing. He has showcased championship-level skills in the ring against tough opponents. If he can harness his world-class Pedigree and put a workshop of phenomenal striking.
Either fighter is prepared for the fight with David Benavidez looking to reclaim his former title. He won the WBC middleweight title in September of 2019 against Anthony Dirrell but after a failed drug test and suspension David vacated the title.
Now he is back to recapture his former glory. He had racked up some impressive wins after coming back from suspension but now standing in his way to the title is a ferries contender in the form of Jose Uzcategui. Will he have what it takes to get back what he once owned or will the new challenger walk away with the world title.