David Benavidez and Caleb Plant, who were once considered ‘formal’ opponents, now appear to be enemies. A routine weigh-in was all it took to set them off. And they both seem eager to face off against each other, be it in the ring or elsewhere.
Their animosity has been evident for weeks, and it was further confirmed today as David Benavidez and Caleb Plant came face to face. Both of the fighters could not maintain a civil demeanor. The situation was made worse as both teams were present, and tensions ran high.
Benavidez insisted on having a direct confrontation with Caleb, without anyone standing between them.
As they confronted each other, the two fighters began to exchange threats. This also occurred in their previous encounters, and the situation appeared to escalate rapidly.
As chaos began to erupt, a staff member had to intervene and step between the two fighters after Caleb placed his index finger on Benavidez’s neck. The Mexican Monster reacted by attempting to shove Plant but was unable to do so effectively. Causing Caleb to take a step back.
Caleb Plant Vs David: The rivalry grows deeper
The intervention of security personnel and both fighters’ teams quickly brought the situation under control. As the boxers were separated by a distance. Caleb Plant was the first to be interviewed, while David Benavidez could be seen pacing in the background. Moving back and forth like a revved-up race car.
Caleb Plant will be challenging David Benavidez for the WBC interim super middleweight title in the main event. The event is scheduled to take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
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Plant was the first to weigh in, entering the room dancing and weighing in at 167.25 pounds, comfortably within the limit. Benavidez followed suit and registered 166.75 pounds, weighing in at just over a pound below the limit.
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