David Benavidez vs Kyrone Davis: Stats, Purse, Personal and Social Life Comparison

Published 11/13/2021, 9:03 AM EST

Former WBC super-middleweight champion David Benavidez will close off 2021 by entering the ring against Kyrone Davis on his 38 pro-appearance at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, USA on November 13. The 168 lbs mega-fight won’t have a title on the line but will directly impact the existing championship race.


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Canelo Alvarez currently has all four super-middleweight titles under his name. And the winner of Benavidez vs Davis can expect a shot at him in the future.


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The matchup might look lopsided on the paper as Benavidez has a superior resume than Kyrone Davis. But ‘Shut It Down’ has all the skills that can help him land an upset. Having faced several elites, he is aware of the things that will help him win. But it will be challenging to put them on the display against Benavidez. As we stand a few hours away from the fight, here’s a complete comparison between David Benavidez and Kyrone Davis.


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David Benavidez vs Kyrone Davis: Age, height, weight

24-year-old Benavidez and 27-year-old Davis don’t have major differences in their physical status. They share almost similar features, with Benavidez relishing a slight advantage. Benavidez is 6’0 ½ “tall with a 74 ½ “reach.

In response, Davis stands at 5’10 ½ “with a reach of 73”. While the fight will take place in the super middleweight category. Both men will be allowed to weigh in between 160 lbs-168 lbs. So, it will be physically a 50-50 fight. But winning a showdown of such massive caliber will require much more than that.

Records and Knockouts

Benavidez’s unbeaten run has seen him go through the light heavyweight division and then the super middleweight division, with a WBC title win. He holds an active record of 37-0 in which he has scored 30 KOs. He is undoubtedly one of the most ferocious super middleweight boxers of the present. Box Rec cites him to have a 4/5 star rating.


But his opponent Kyrone Davis is 16-2-1 with just 6 KOs to his name. Two of his losses have come against Junior Castillo in 2016 and Patrick Day in 2o18. He clearly doesn’t compare with Benavidez’s undefeated run. But when it comes to landing an upset, we can see ‘Shut It Down’ Davis stealing the spotlight.

David Benavidez vs Kyrone Davis: Net worth and wealth

Benavidez is just six years old as a professional and is already a prizefighter. The Mexican star has a reported net worth of at least $2 million, and boxing has been the prime source of his income. He won the biggest purse against Anthony Dirrell in 2019, which fetched him $1 million. That means a scrap against Canelo Alvarez can bring him multi-millions.

Well, Kyrone Davis is yet to enjoy that status. The surging star hasn’t made it to the top-tier slot and is still to see his bank account flourish with financial greens. His net worth isn’t disclosed by any credible source. However, looking at his record, it’s assumable that he is not very far from becoming a millionaire.


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Social Media Digits and Nationality

Benavidez comes from a Mexican heritage. However, he was born in the USA and is a proud American representative. Kyrone Davis is also an American and has been in the United States since his birth. As for the popularity, social media shows David Benavidez to be on an elevated spot.


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The unbeaten boxer has 10.4 k followers on Twitter and 193 K followers on Instagram. On the other hand, Kyrone Davis has a mere 11,55 followers on Twitter. But these numbers can go up if their upcoming fight provides an exceptional outcome.

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Raj Sarkar

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A senior boxing writer at EssentiallySports, Raj Sarkar is a mass media graduate who is currently pursuing his master’s degree in broadcast journalism. In addition to his current role, he has worked with the MMA team at EssentiallySports and has interviewed prominent fighters such as Ritu Phogat and 'The Red King' Rory MacDonald. Combining his bachelor's degree with his adoration for combat sports, he has earned a combined 3000 plus bylines over the last two years.