David benavidez does not believe that Caleb Plant be a match for Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez and predicts a knockout of the Mexican in the fight he seeks to take place in September.
“Caleb Plant he’s a fag ”, he commented Benavidez to Fighthype. “I’m not interested in what he saw or think he saw in the fight with Saunders. Canelo it’s going to knock him out. And if he doesn’t do it, I’ll do it. “
Benavidez He went with everything against the current champion of the FIB and last obstacle for Canelo Get total supremacy in the 168-pound division.
However, he is still looking for the opportunity to face the Jalisco in 2022.
“I don’t know whether or not I can face him this year,” he said. “My job is to fight with whoever they put in front of me and not ask questions. If I can face Canelo next year, I will definitely be ready. “
Equally, David benavidez assured that among all the available fighters, it is he who can really demand from Canelo what others have not done like Saunders.
He even dared to compare the future confrontation with what the fights between Marco Antonio Barrera Y Erik morales.
“Canelo He is a great fighter, but I feel that I am the one who can give him the great battle that everyone expects, ”he considered. “We can give them something similar to what duels were Barrera-Morales. Everyone who has fought with him has only been running ”.
The undefeated will fight against Jose Uzcategui in August. However, he assured that his objective is in Canelo and he only counts the hours to be able to get into the ring with the super middleweight champion of the CMB, OMB Y AMB.
“If I win one more, Canelo He has to face me, ”he assured. “I am happy to face him in the near future. He’s already stopped three world champions so I’m really ready for him. I would face it in my backyard if necessary. “
Despite the enthusiasm of Benavidez, the intention of Canelo Alvarez after the fight with Caleb Plant.
It is not known if he will close the trilogy with Gennady Golovkin or if he will go back up to 175 pounds to try to find one of the scepters in possession of the Russian Artur Beterbiev.