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David Benavidez vs. David Lemieux: ring walk time, TV channel, how to watch 2022 boxing fight

David Benavidez vs. David Lemieux boxing fight

The three-match card features some of the best boxers today with David Benavidez vs. David Lemieux in the main event on Saturday night.The card features a total of three fights, including the main event. Former world champions clash on Saturday night when David Benavidez takes on David Lemieux with the interim WBC super middleweight championship on the line. The action from Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona and airs live on Showtime starting at 10 p.m. ET.

How to Watch Benavidez vs. Lemieux boxing fight?

Game Date: May 21, 2022

Game Time: 10:00 p.m. ET

TV: Showtime East

Live Stream: FITEPASS anywhere

David Benavidez vs. David Lemieux ring walk time

David Benavidez vs. David Lemieux will take place Saturday, May 21. The main card will start at 10 p.m. ET. The main event should begin around midnight ET, depending on how long the undercard fights last.

What channel is Benavidez vs. Lemieux on?

Benavidez vs. Lemieux will be on Showtime. Viewers can stream Showtime via FITEPASS from from USA, Canada, UK, Australia or anywhere around the globe,

Benavidez vs. Lemieux Fight Preview

Benavidez (25-0, 22 KO) has proven repeatedly that he is one of boxing’s brightest talents but his own missteps have set him back from bigger things in the past. He has twice lost the WBC super middleweight championship, once after testing positive for cocaine and once for missing weight. Had Benavidez not been stripped for missing weight, he’d almost certainly have already met Alvarez in the ring on the Mexican superstar’s quest to unify all four world titles at 168 pounds.

The matchup between Benavidez and Lemieux on paper is lopsided. Benavidez comes in with a three-inch height advantage and a 13-inch reach advantage. Not to mention, he is eight years younger and undefeated in 25 fights.

Fights aren’t won or fought on paper, which gives Lemieux the chance to pull off the upset in Benavidez’s backyard. Entering the fight, Benavidez (-1800) is the betting favorite with Lemieux (+900) as the underdog.

The other two fights on the card feature Yoelvis Gomez (5-0-0) taking on Jorge Cota (30-5-0) and Luis Reynaldo Nunez (16-0-0) challenged by Jonathan Fierro (13-0-0).

The juxtaposition of Gomez, a 24-year-old undefeated young fighter and Cota, the 34-year-old veteran will be interesting to see play out. Cota has a slight physical advantage being one inch taller and having a two-and-a-half-inch reach advantage.

Lemieux (43-4, 36 KO) was a monster puncher at middleweight, scoring a knockout of notably durable Gabriel Rosado in 2014 before winning the IBF middleweight world title with a decision over Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam that saw N’Jikam hit the canvas four times.

Benavidez vs. Lemieux fight card

  • David Benavidez vs. David Lemieux for the interim WBC super middleweight title
  • Yoelvis Gomez vs. Jorge Cota; super Welterweights
  • Luis Reynaldo Nunez vs. Javier Fierro; super bantamweights


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