David Morrell has over and again demanded that his attention is all on this end of the week’s battle and nothing past that evening.
In any case, he has a reaction to the frequently posed inquiry of whether a confrontation with individual unbeaten super middleweight David Benavidez is in his future.
“Benavidez says that no one need to battle him. All things considered, I’m right here. I’m here and prepared to battle him,
Morrell (7-0, 6KOs) will initially endeavor to clean up present-day business.
The 24-year-old Cuban southpaw is set to safeguard his optional WBA super middleweight title against compulsory challenger Aidos Yerbossynuly (16-0, 11KOs) on a November 5 Kickoff tripleheader from The Ordnance in his embraced old neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The battle is his second of the year, his past excursion likewise occurring at The Ordnance where he halted Kalvin Henderson within four rounds on a June 4 Kickoff card.
Morrell’s success came fourteen days after Phoenix’s Benavidez (26-0, 23KOs) — a previous double cross WBC 168-pound champ — impacted out blurred previous IBF middleweight titlist David Lemieux within three rounds to win the break WBC super middleweight title in their May 21 Kickoff headliner in neighboring Glendale, Arizona. Colleagues the development of that occasion to prod interest in a Benavidez-Morrell battle happening once both won their different sessions.
It didn’t resolve that way, with Morrell controlled towards shielding against his obligatory challenger. Such a battle presently appears to be back in play, with Sampson Lewkowicz — Benavidez’s advertiser — expressing that the two will at last meet next May or June as long as both win their next battles. Benavidez is by and by because of return in the primary quarter of 2023.
The opposite side of the situation demands that he is ready.
“God willing on the off chance that we get this success on November 5, I want to battle David Benavidez,” demanded Morrell.