David Benavidez tested positive in his last test for Covid-19, so the fight that was scheduled for August 28 was suspended, before Jose Uzcategui.
After undergoing his routine swab, he was diagnosed with Benavidez as infected with coronavirus, as reported by the journalist Mike coppinger.
Sources: David Benavidez, ESPN’s No. 2 super middleweight, has tested positive for COVID, postponing the former champion’s Aug. 28 main event on Showtime vs. Jose Uzcategui. Full story coming to ESPN
– Mike Coppinger (@MikeCoppinger) August 11, 2021
By not fighting against Uzcategui, your way to the scepter of the CMB. The Red Flag He had to beat his Venezuelan counterpart, to take the position of mandatory challenger to the super middleweight title of the World Boxing Council.
This contest was to be held at the Phoenix Arena in the United States, with a percentage capacity and division of locations for those spectators in attendance.
So far, the Arizona boy has not issued a comment. This was to be his 25th presentation. In the previous ones, he had 24 wins, with 21 knockouts.
For his last evening, he technically knocked out Ronald ellis, in 11 rounds of dispute that took place at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville.
As to Bolivita, carries with it 31 wins, 16 before the limit, and 4 losses. He made his most recent bout on June 12, when he knocked out Jaime Hernandez Lopez.
David Benavidez You will have to wait for your Covid recovery to be completed, to resume your path, you make the desired belt.