Benavidez said he fought Gvozdyk with an injury

Benavidez said he fought Gvozdyk with an injury

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The American boxer believes that he did not show his full strength in the fight with the Ukrainian.

David Benavidez says he can beat Alexander Gvozdyk with more confidence. According to the interim WBC light heavyweight champion, he was unable to fight the Ukrainian at full strength due to an injury received before the fight.

The American claims that he had some injuries before the fight, but he doesn’t want to cancel the fight.

“I’m glad for this moment. About a month ago I tore the rope in my hand. My hand was injured and I also have a wound near my eye. Still, I said, ‘Screw it, I will fight. .’ I can’t cancel this match.

We still won every round against the big ex-champion. I am happy with this success and happy that I am moving forward. I will continue to dominate this light heavyweight division,” Boxing Scene quoted Benavidez as saying.

We remind you that Alexander Gvozdyk lost to David Benavidez by unanimous decision.

It was previously known that Alexander Usyk supported Alexander Gvozdyk after the defeat.


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