Brandon Cook wins comeback fight

Former world title challenger Brandon “Bad Boy” Cook (21-2, 14 KOs) scored a first round TKO over Jose Luis Zuniga (16-6-1, 9 KOs) in a junior middleweight bout on Saturday night at the CAA Centre in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. It was Cook’s first fight since a TKO3 loss to WBO champion Jaime Munguia 18 months ago in Las Vegas.

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  • can’t really knock him for the loss to Munguia. Unless you KO Munguia, you aren’t going to beat him. So it wouldn’t have mattered if Cook did to him what Hogan did. Munguia is going up to 160, so maybe Cook can do a little comeback in 2020. If Cook fought and beat Hogan and Inoue, I’d say he is not finished. Even if Cook never fought those 2 guys that fought Munguia too, he’d have to fight some guys in the WBO to get rated again: 2 Patrick Teixeira (Latino) BRA
    3 Dennis Hogan AUST
    4 Bakhram Murtazaliev RUS
    5 Liam Smith UK
    6 Jarrett Hurt USA
    7 Jama Saidi (WBO Europe) GER
    8 Brian Carlos Castano ARG
    9 Sergio Garcia SPN
    12 Tim Tszyu (WBO Global) AUST

    • Yes you can knock him for the Mungia loss because he got absolutely curb stomped

      • I was at BAD Boy Cooks Fight in Bramton from what I observed he is not the same fighter who lost to Munguia that Lose was a learning exsperience Bad boy is ready to win

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