Munguia-Sulecki clash April 24 in El Paso

Middleweight Jaime Munguia (36-0, 29 KOs) will face his toughest challenge to date as he defends his WBO Intercontinental belt against Maciej Sulecki (29-2, 11 KOs) in a 12-round battle on Saturday, April 24 at The University of Texas at El Paso’s Don Haskins Center under strict COVID-19 fan safety protocols and with a reduced event capacity below 40%. In an effort to promote social distancing, tickets will be sold in pods/groupings of 2, 3, 4 and 6 people only.

The fight will be streamed live exclusively on DAZN worldwide, excluding Mexico. Similar to Garcia vs. Campbell, the event will feature an earlier start time of 12:30 p.m. PT/ 1:30 MDT/3:30 ET to maximize the audience across North America and Europe.

Additional information regarding the undercard will be announced soon.

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    • If this is his toughest challenge to date with that record 36-0 I would be worried because he’s fighting yet another bumb. This is just another fight to bolster up Munguia’s record. He hasn’t fought anyone good his whole career worth mentioning. The day he does decide to jump out of his own shadow and fight a world class opponent like Canelo he’s going to loose and I’m going to be there to witness it. He’s cherry picking his fights because they are scared to put him in their against a real opponent. I don’t think Manguia is as good as people make him out to be. The more he hides in the shadow the more hate he’s going to get. Your not going to make a legacy off of fighting scrubs.

  • Tougher test yet? This hand picked opponent had a chance at winning but if it goes the distance, Judges will give it to Munguía, again.

  • I expect Munguia to win this fight. I also expect Andrade to defeat Williams, but Andrade better not further underestimate Williams.

    If/After Munguia and Andrade win their fights, I want to see Andrade fight Munguia because I doubt if Canelo would waste his time fighting Munguia (too easy for Canelo). Heck, if Munguia/Andrade does not materialize, I would love to see Munguia vs. Eubank, Jr.

    Andrade vs. Munguia would involve a very nice battle of different styles in a boxing bull ring. However, Munguia vs. Eubank, Jr. would involve a blunt force battle where the boxing devil dwells, and the world would love it!!

    • Forget about that, Canelo would never fight a boxer with supreme athleticism like Andrade. He learned from Mayweather at a much lower weight. Team Canelo prefer European styled fighters with plodding fight.

  • I guess im still not onboard the Mungia train. IMO, he is a half descent fighter that can take a good punch as well as deliver one. Thats about it. His skill level lacks tremendously. The only reason this dude is winning is He preasuers and overwhelms his opponents with his sheer power. But as he climbs up in weight and opposition, his power is gonna be average and he will lack the skill to be successful. Jus my thoughts.

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