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“The dog” Dirrel from Flint, Michigan with 34 years old who is twice WBC super-middleweight champion, will face Benavidez from Phoenix, Arizona and currently the WBC super-middleweight champion with 22 years old. The WBC Super Middleweight Title will be defended in September 28 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Benavidez who start in 2013 vs. Dirrell who made his debut in 2005, will be the support combat for the battle of Errol Spence Jr., vs. Shawn Porter for the WBC Welterweight World Championship and the International Boxing Federation.

Anthony with 33 victories and 1 defeat, has no fear to be intimidate by the ¨Red Flag¨ with 21 victories, 18 by knockout and no losses, because of course, he has more experience.  “This is going to be a good fight. David Benavidez is a warrior and I don’t take anything away from him,” Dirrell said “But I know that I have all the tools to beat him. He’s never fought someone like me. Everyone he knocked out; he was supposed to knock out…I have everything I need in my arsenal. I’m versatile. I can switch it up if I need to. If I need to sit in the pocket, I can. If I need to box, I can. I just don’t think Benavidez is what everyone makes him out to be.”

A lot of people don’t think Dirrel is ready for this younger fighter, but he assures he’s going for the knockout, and if that doesn’t happen, he still has 12 rounds to come victorious. On the other way Benavidez doesn’t care about his opponent, but about his goals.

“Dirrell, he’s a great fighter, I take nothing away from him, but I need these kinds of opponents to reach my goals. I’m faster than last year, I’m smarter and my boxing IQ is higher. When I’m put in these types of situations, I never fold. The best comes out of me. This is my second pay-per-view fight that I’m going to be co-headlining, and this is where I wanted to be my whole life so I’m going to take full advantage of this situation.” Said the boy from Phoenix.

The fight will be seen on FOX Sports on Saturday, Sept. 28. at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.


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