This Saturday in Omaha, Nebraska -- in his third bout since doctors told him he'd never fight again -- Benavidez (27-0) meets Terence Crawford (33-0) for the WBO welterweight title.
Through interviews and public records obtained by ESPN, what emerges is the story of a single father and his two sons, Jose Jr., America's youngest ever Golden Gloves champion, and David, the youngest to hold a super middleweight title.
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Then David apparently signed contracts with Billy Keane, Junior's first manager, and the promotional company Top Rank.
Top Rank CEO Bob Arum dropped any claim to Benavidez after David returned the signing bonus.