Jaime Munguía He will continue with his plans to return on June 19 and his new rival will be the Pole Kamil Szeremeta, according to information from BoxingScene.com.
Former super welterweight champion enters in place of Maciej sulecki, who was discharged from combat for reasons still unknown, as reported Julius Julianis during the evening of ESPN Knockout.
The fight between the Mexican and Sulecki It was originally scheduled for April 24, but in the first instance the Pole got off due to an alleged elbow injury.
The organizers later turned to D’Mitrius Ballard for the return of Munguia, but the new rival also suffered an injury that ended up moving everything for June 19.
By the date it was postponed, Sulecki he had time to recover and the plans seemed to be on the right track.
However, it seems that in recent days the plans did not go well and he ended up getting out of the fight for the second time.
Background of both boxers
Munguía has not fought in 2021 and has been inactive since October 2020, when he easily beat Turean Johnson to expand his mark to 36 victories as a professional.
The Tijuana native will make his second fight in the middleweight category after his successful passage in the super welterweight and remains the main candidate to challenge Demetrius Andrade by the scepter of the OMB.
While, Szeremeta he hasn’t fought since he lost his undefeated streak late last year when he was defeated by Gennady Golovkin, who knocked him out in the first, second, fourth and seventh innings before getting the knockout.