translated from Spanish: boxing. Attractive endorsement for Benavidez vs. Uzcategui

It will be the all-star duel next Saturday, August 28, on an undercard that will be held at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona.At just 24 years old, Benavídez (24-0, 21 knockouts) enters this fight after knocking out his last four opponents, including a September 2019 knockout of two-time super middleweight champion Anthony Dirrell.
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Most recently, he earned knockout victories over Roamer Alexis Angulo in August 2020 and Ronald Ellis in March this year. Benavídez is trained by his father Jose Sr., along with his brother and former title challenger, Jose Jr. In 2017, he became the youngest super middleweight champion in boxing history by defeating Ronald Gavril at just 20 years old.

Born in Venezuela and fighting in Tijuana, Mexico, Uzcátegui (31-4, 26 KOs) captured a 168-pound world title in March 2018 by stopping veteran contender Andre Dirrell after eight rounds. The 30-year-old fighter put himself in position to fight for a title with four straight knockout wins from 2015 to 2016, including a win over then-undefeated Julius Jackson.Read more: who lost the title to undefeated champion Caleb Plant in January 2019, Uzcátegui bounced back to win three of his last four fights, including 2021 knockout victories over Jaime Hernandez Lopez and Josué Obando.The backing will feature the return of contender Jose Benavídez, david Benavídez’s older brother, facing Argentina’s Francisco Emanuel Torres, in the co-starring superwelter event. Also, undefeated Carlos Castro will face former title challenger Oscar Escandón in a 10-round super heavyweight bout. Brothers Benavídez and Castro hail from Phoenix and have their sights set on impressing fans in their hometown. The fight, which is promoted by the Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) series, will be televised on Showtime.

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