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Benavídez begs Saudi Arabia to fight Canelo and warns: "If I lose I will donate my winnings"

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Benavídez begs Saudi Arabia to fight Canelo and warns: "If I lose I will donate my winnings"

David Benavdez will face in his next commitment to Oleksandr Gvozdyk the next June, 15 on the same billboard as Gervonta Davis I will do it against Frank Martin, as revealed by the father of the ‘Mexican Monster’. The association between Prime Vdeo y Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) has started strong and without a doubt bringing ‘Tank’ and Benavdez together can generate a great day of PPV. Without going any further, today we have in the same evening the Tszyu-Fundora and Romero-Ortiztwo very good fights, and on May 4th it will be the turn of Canelo vs. Mungua.

However, the fight that the general public is requesting is the one between Canelo Álvarez and David Benavdez. The latter, for now, moves up to light heavyweight to face the fighter who had the misfortune of causing very serious brain damage to Adonis Stevenson in 2018. But there is no one to stop the ‘Red Flag’ and he wants Canelo soto the point of addressing the man who is revolutionizing boxing from Saudi Arabia.

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Specifically, the ‘Mexican Monster’ addresses in an Instagram message to Turki Alalshikh, Chairman of the General Entertainment Authority of Saudi Arabia and owner of the UD Almera soccer team. Benavdez understands that only there would they be able to face the enormous purse requested by the undisputed super middleweight champion. -“150 or 200 million dollars,” Canelo said- and for this he appeals to His Excellency.

Message from David Benavdez

In his message, Benavdez writes: “Turki Alalshik: let’s bring the biggest and most exciting fight to Saudi Arabia. This will be the biggest fight between Mexicans and Mexican-Americans in the history of boxing and what better place to do it than the Kingdom, so that everyone can see it.. This is a fight for pride and glory. “I fight for greatness, not for money,” says the 27-year-old fighter born in Phoenix.

Your Excellency, if I don’t beat Canelo, I will donate my entire purse to any children’s charity of your choice.

David Benavdez (boxer)

Finally, Benavdez is so sure of his victory that he challenges himself: “Your Excellency, if I don’t beat Canelo, I will donate my entire purse to any children’s charity of your choice. When he beats Canelo, he will donate a large amount of that purse to benefit hungry children around the world. I am a champion of the people and continue fighting against the best! I keep my word!”

Evidently, the moment Canelo made his request for ‘150 or 200’, he already knew where he was aiming and, of course, Benavídez stands as spokesperson, since at least for the moment he is in the secondary role.



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