Image: Munguia's Moment: De La Hoya Bets on Youth Over Experience

Promoter Oscar De La Hoya anticipates Jaime Munguia to fight the super star Canelo Alvarez two times after he dismisses “the old lion” on May fourth in their headliner at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Time Takes Its Toll

De La Hoya feels that the 27-year-old Munguia (43-0, 34 KOs) is prepared to utilize his youth to beat Canelo (60-2-2, 39 KOs), who turns 34 in July and no longer has all his claws from his lots of ring wars throughout his 9-year expert profession.

Munguia was just 8 years of ages when Canelo started his profession in 2005, and he hasn’t had all the challenging battles he’s had, thanks to the mindful matchmaking provided for him by De La Hoya.

Was Munguia Built to Beat Canelo?

Hopefully, Oscar’s soft matchmaking for Munguia stops after his fight with Canelo since there won’t be any factor to secure him any longer, and he will have gotten the fight that his profession has actually been developed for.

Many think Munguia’s entire function was to be secured till he got the Canelo fight, which he will get. Munguia’s profession has actually been thoroughly managed from the starting to get the rewarding fight against Canelo.

After that, there will be no point in safeguarding Munguia since no one else is almost as popular as Canelo for him to fight. So, that’s much more factor for Munguia to provide all of it he can to beat Canelo on May fourth.

This is it for Munguia. He’s off his leash and needs to reconcile it since if he gets blown out of the water by Canelo, there isn’t anybody else for him to gather a mountain of dough combating.

“I’m extremely thrilled we have Munguia combating Canelo since I believe it’s altering the guard,” stated promoter Oscar De La Hoya to ABN Sports Media about Jaime Munguia handling the older Canelo Alvarez for his indisputable extremely middleweight champion on May fourth.

The Rematch Clause: A Safety Net

It’s time. History constantly shows that and reveals that the more youthful guy, when he’s turning up and he gets his chance, he’s going to dismiss the old lion. That’s history in boxing,” stated De La Hoya.

There’s no warranties that Munguia will get a rematch with Canelo if he beats him. Look at at Dmitry Bivol. He beat Canelo, however the Mexican star carried on without attempting to avenge the loss. I believe Canelo would rematch Munguia since he’s too beatable for him not to.

“Imagine Munguia whipping Canelo. There would need to be a rematch since there’s a rematch provision. Canelo desired a rematch provision,” stated De La Hoya.


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