David Benavidez continues slamming Canelo Alvarez ahead of Andrade fight

David Benavidez will go up against Demetrius Andrade on November 25, 2023. Ahead of his fight with "Boo Boo," Benavidez is continuously slamming Canelo Alvarez. 

David expressed his intention to remain in the 168-pound weight class for an extended period, to challenge Alvarez for all four undisputed super middleweight titles eventually. 

Benavidez to remain in 168 pound weight class

Additionally, David urged that Alvarez be stripped of his WBC belt if he opts not to face him in his next fight, should Benavidez emerge victorious against Andrade on November 25.

Benavidez asks for Alvarez to be stripped of his WBC belt

Talking about Alvarez, he said, "Whenever they see me, if it’s now, two years or five years, I’m not going nowhere, and I’m going to be here, and I’m going to take all his belts."

"I'm going to take all his belts"

He also said, "You fight for the belt, so I think they [WBC] should do the right thing, and if he [Canelo Alvarez] doesn’t want to fight, strip him with a title, but like I said, I want to make my own lane."

"strip him with a title"

In an interview, Canelo stated, "I don’t think what people say affects him, but I feel like people want to see David Benavidez vs. Canelo Alvarez... like I’m the I’m the biggest threat to him."

"I'm the biggest threat to him"

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