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    Default Re: Munguia-Spike - Saturday

    Munguia is pretty good at switching his punches, his left hand is good, hook to body then up to the head... He has potential for sure but I think hr isn't smart enough to make the most of his abilities. He really likes to attack

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    Point off for munguia in 6th round... O sullivan down in 7th from low blow but nothing from ref,?.. Need to see the replay.. O sullivan is damaged a bit and complaing to ref a lot.. So of course munguia goes wild and tries to kill him :S and fails

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    Default Re: Munguia-Spike - Saturday

    Knockdown looked like a low blow btw

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    9th round and munguia has him pretty much out and now is the time he decides to not go for the kill :S....... He did some damage there but he could have easily ended the fight in that round.

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    Corner throws in towel with maybe a minute left in 11th round... He was taking a mild beating but it was over... He would have survived till the end but wotever.....

    Munguia has Improved a fair bit, he has some good hands but his defence whilst better is still Rubbish... He's not like barrera either, barrera learned to be good at switching from boxer to mad man.. Munguia could have had him out in the 9th if he went mad... Blah blah blah... Mungegit has potential but I think he won't make it to the top.

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    I get that Munguia is still fairly young, but he takes way too many shots. By the time he is ready for the top dogs, I think his wars will have already caught up to him and he won’t be much of anything. I think this is really the best of Munguia we will get. He isn’t bad. He is just an exciting Mexican that makes entertaining fights.

    Maybe he should go the Gatti route. It doesn’t matter if he loses sometimes. We still want to see him fight. I don’t like this coddling. We aren’t tricked. We know he isn’t that good. Let’s just throw him in there with whoever and make some good fights.

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    Jaime Munguia calls out Canelo, GGG after 11th-round TKO of Gary O'Sullivan

    It might have taken longer than he expected, but Jaime Munguia made sure to deliver a knockout in his middleweight debut.

    Munguia pummeled Gary O'Sullivan against the ropes with a series of stinging rights and lefts before the veteran's corner threw in the towel behind the referee's back. Munguia dropped O'Sullivan seconds later, and the ref spotted the towel to bring a halt to the fight. The stoppage gave the 23-year-old Mexican an 11th-round TKO victory at the Alamodome in San Antonio on Saturday night, live on DAZN.

    "I would give myself about an 8 or 9 (out of 10) because I needed to still do a few more things, but we're going to take this fight by fight," Munguia said of his debut at 160 pounds during the postfight interview on DAZN.



    That said, Munguia wants a crack at the best the division has to offer, led by the face of boxing, Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.

    "I want to fight against the best of the division," he said, "whether it's Canelo (Alvarez), (Gennadiy) Golovkin, (Jermall) Charlo."

    Absent from his list of middleweight championship mentions was WBO titleholder Demetrius Andrade.

    Munguia's first stab at middleweight was definitely an invaluable experience. The 35-year-old O'Sullivan was rugged enough to hang with the quicker, stronger puncher and frustrate him at times. The veteran even caught Munguia with some big shots that tested the former junior middleweight champion's chin.

    It took Munguia (35-0, 28 KOs) committing to his jab in the ninth round to show real-time maturity and pull away before pummeling O'Sullivan into a retirement from his corner.

    Earlier in the fight, O'Sullivan repeatedly complained about low blows and rabbit punches. Munguia even had a point deducted in the sixth round for a low blow. In the seventh, Munguia seemed to have dropped O'Sullivan with crunching body shots, but it was ruled another low blow — although unintentional this time. Munguia drove O'Sullivan back against the ropes with a fast combination during the waning seconds of the seventh.

    Four rounds later, Munguia got the stoppage he was seeking. Now he'll look to further test his skills at 160.

    Co-main event: Alejandra Jimenez def. Franchon Crews-Dezurn to win WBC/WBO women's super middleweight titles
    Jimenez wobbled Crews-Dezurn with a big right hand in the second round, and she seemed to immediately realize what damage the punch could do. The Mexican fighter, who had moved down from heavyweight, showed the willingness to eat Crews-Dezurn's punches just to dole out punishment of her own. The non-stop pressure worked; Crews-Dezurn's legs were never the same from the fourth round on.

    Although Crews-Dezurn showed plenty of fortitude in fighting back, and while she, in fact, landing more punches, Jimenez produced the harder shots throughout the fight. That output powered her to a split-decision victory and the titles. Judges saw it 98-92 and 97-93 for Jimenez and 97-93 for Crews-Dezurn, though the scores could have easily been tighter.

    After the fight, Jimenez said through a translator that "we're going to go for Claressa Shields at middleweight" next.

    Shields (10-0) on Friday became the quickest boxer ever — man or woman — to be crowned a three-division world champion. It didn't take her long to respond to Jimenez.

    Hector Tanajara Jr. dominates Juan Carlos Burgos; lightweights
    Tanajara asserted the jab and stayed on the outside through the first five rounds. The last five had him stepping in the phone booth and connecting on powerful, stinging shots inside. The combination of strategies led to the 23-year-old fighter scoring a unanimous decision (99-91, 97-92, 97-92) and improving to 19-0.

    Joshua Franco stops Jose Burgos with ninth-round TKO; junior bantamweights
    Franco rocked Burgos with a left hook and unleashed a barrage of unanswered shots to force the stoppage in the ninth round.

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    Default Re: Munguia-Spike - Saturday

    Munguia would get worked by Canelo. It wouldn’t be close. GGG is not what he was, but he would still destroy Munguia also.

    Although as I said before, he might as well just go for the big fights now.

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    Munguia has shown improvement but he will struggle with the top guys at 160.
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    https://www.badlefthook.com/2020/1/2...n-crews-dezurn

    "Alejandra Jimenez fails post-fight drug test, Golden Boy to seek return of belts to Franchon Crews-Dezurn"



    Gee...... REALLY?? What a fukking surprise!!!

    Telling ya...... it's those Mexican 'roided cows (no... not Alejandra ) that are all the rage down South of the Border.

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