Three ten rounders have been added to the the Munguia Derevyanchenko card on DAZN scheduled for Saturday, June 10 at Toyota Arena in Ontario, California.
Returning the ring for the second time in 2023, middleweight Shane Mosley, Jr. (19-4, 10 KOs) will face D’Mitrius “Big Meech” Ballard (21-1-1, 13 KOs) in the co-main event. Also, 43-year-old former female world champion Mariana “Barby” Juarez (55-12-4, 19 KOs) will battle Mayeli Flores (9-1-1, 3 KOs) in a super bantamweight fight and Ricardo “El Niño” Sandoval (21-2, 16 KOs) will face Rocco “So Cal Kid” Santomauro (22-1, 6 KOs) at flyweight.
Other fights include super featherweight Jorge “El Niño Dorado” Chavez (6-0, 5 KOs) against Christian “El Niño” Lorenzo (3-4, 1 KO) in a six-rounder, and a four-round super welterweight fight between Anthony Saldivar (3-0, 1 KOs) and Jerome Clayton (2-1-1, 2 KOs).
Mariana “Barby” Juarez (55-12-4, 19 KOs). 71 bouts is the most I can recall seeing for any female boxer. Did a quick search to see what the record is for that, and came up with nothing. Anybody know the answer to this?
I did come across a Barbara Buttrick, who supposedly had over 1,000 bouts with men, but only 18 professional women’s matches.
You ask that USF and I remember seeing a girl who had one of those journeymen style records not too long ago, let’s see if I can find her.
Okay, I don’t know if she has the record, but look up a Karina Szmalenberg. She has 75 (been stopped only 3 times in 57 losses, once by Katie Taylor, once by Maiva Hamadouche), I don’t know if that’s the record, but I’ll keep looking and I’ll let you know if I find anything.
Okay, nevermind, ignore that one ^ or wherever it is in relation to this one. Klaudia Ferenczi is 30 years old (just turned 30 in April) and has 132 fights including 4 already this year and with as many times as she’s fought in England, she’s probably the one with the crazy record I was referring to when I found Szmalenberg.
Klaudia Ferenczi. 20-102-9 (10 KOs). Yes, this one takes the cake. Rated #1/1 in Slovakia according to Boxrec. She’s the female Reggie Strickland.
Googled Mariana Juarez and is there, but her real name is Maria Anastacia Juarez Trejos, and BoxRec has her record that started in 1988 under Mariana Juarez. Check youtube for a fight with Jackie Nava or Ana Maria Torres, good fights
Was looking through the Boxrec page of Juarez, and noticed somebody on her record by the name of Myung Ok Ryu. Ryu is from North Korea, and had three of her fights there, as well as three abroad (China twice & Mexico). Didn’t know Pro Boxing was a thing in that country.
I didn’t know they had fights (or any other sporting events) in North Korea, but Hyun Mi Choi was also born in North Korea. They used to call her Defector Girl because she switched to represent South Korea.
Drifting further off-topic here, but another Country I wouldn’t have expected to find a Pro Boxer from….and a former Champion at that…is the Faroe Islands. Sarah Mahfoud was born there. Had no idea…
That one I did not know, although I probably should have. Mahfoud is good. She won a round or two against Serrano and even rocked her once. Whenever Serrano gets around to splitting up those titles, if she’s still around Mahfoud will probably be a favorite to pick one of them up.
If his scar tissue hold up, I think D-13 (Derevyanchenko) takes this, he’s been in real close fights with “way” better competition. GGG, Jacobs, Charlo and Adames are better than anything on Munguias record.
Cue the mariachi band, pop the Tequila.
Its party time!!!
Anheuser-Busch can rebound simply by putting Munguia’s mug on the can.
As far as Im concerned Munguia’s fights are mainly Mexican celebrations. The crowd needs to be drunk to actually enjoy his fights.
His ring walks are the only good part of the fight.
Quit hating, seems like you have an inferiority complex. Wait, doesn’t seem, you do have it.
There won’t be a lack “El Niño” presence in this card that’s for sure also may the best “Kid” win
Mungiua finally gets tested
Munguia vs Derevyanchenko is going to be an entertaining fight if Sergi has anything left in the tank. Im looking forward to a turning back of the clock and a disruption of the betting odds. It’s all a matter of how bad Derevyanchenko wants it. Munguía is ripe for the pickings.
Knock the chicks off the card and it’s watchable.