By Mike Smith: The WBC has determined they will not be ordering an immediate rematch between Anthony Dirrell and Avni Yildirim. WBC mastered that WBC super middleweight champion Dirrell (33-1-1, 24 KOs) will defend against WBC champion in recess, David Benavidez (21-0, 18 KOs) second, and the winner of the struggle will probably face WBC compulsory Yildirim (21-2, 12 KOs). Yildirim, 27, will struggle on the Dirrell vs. Benavidez undercard against an opponent still to be determined.
World Boxing Council president Mauricio Sulaiman held a press conference on Monday to inform the media what the WBC’therefore judgment was about the allure by Yildirim and his management. They were requesting for an immediate rematch using Dirrell due to the controversy from last weeks ’s Dirrell-Yildirim struggle on February 2-3 at Minneapolis Armory, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The struggle was halted following the 10th around as a result of Dirrell was cut out of a struggle of head in the seventh round. The trimming to the stage at which the struggle needed to be stopped. The struggle subsequently went to scorecards and Dirrell won by a close 10 round technical decision by the scores 96-94, 96-94 for Dirrell, and 98-92 to get Yildirim. At the time that the struggle was discontinued, Dirrell appeared weary, and has been starting to get worked over by Yildirim. There’s a very good chance that Yildirim would have won that the struggle had it gone the full 12 rounds, a Dirrell looked gassed outside and weak. The fighter Yildirim was carrying over.
Here’s what World Boxing Council president Mauricio Suliaman stated on Monday at his news conference in fixing the Dirrell vs. Yildirim situation:
“ now I am quite pleased of the 3 boxers. Dirrell is two time WBC champion who has overcome hardship and defeated cancer, Benavidez is actually really a new man who has comeback from the evils of recreational drugs and it has established a path to get a brand new existence and Yildirim can be actually really a national hero hoping to turn into the first world champion from Turkey, who’s dedicated his life with forfeit and passion to make his dream become a reality. This is exactly what boxing is all about, the most effective fighting the best and I applaud the 3 components for working together within this procedure. ”
This settlement by the WBC president Sulaiman may ’t create Yildirim too happy, as rather than him becoming the immediate rematch using Dirrell, a fighter would have a good probability of beating predicated in their final struggle, he’s got to beat someone on the Dirrell-Benavidez undercard, and then likely he’ll wind up facing the hardhitting 6’1 1/2″ Benavidez. This ’s an Incredibly Poor Match up for Yildirim. He’s a great fighter with some pop in his cries, however Benavidez is pretty special. Yildirim is going to have a nightmarish time attempting to get passed Benavidez. In case Dirrell doesn’t vacate his WBC 168 lb title, ” he ’s likely going to get pumped out fast by Benavidez just like J’Leon Love was in losing by another round knock out just a little over a week ago on March 16 within their co-feature struggle over the Errol Spence Jr. vs. Mikey Garcia card on Fox Sports PPV at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
After the smoke clears after this year, we can have the following winners in Super-middleweight:
— David Benavidez: WBC
— Saul Canelo Alvarez: WBA ‘routine ’ winner
— Callum Smith: WBA Super World
— Billy Joe Saunders: WBO [if Gilberto Ramirez stays at 175]