Zulina “La Loba” Muñoz will bet on his punch to dispute the bantamweight title of the OMB when I face the undefeated Danish champion Dina thorslund on November 13.
“I will bet on experience, on my punch, so that they are not going to play a trick on us that by decision you do not win even if you win above the ring,” said the Loba Munoz in interview for LEFT PUNCH. “We already have experience because that’s how they did us in Germany (against Alesia Graf). We won and they never gave us victory ”.
Zulina, who has 68 professional fights (63-3-2), has knocked out 40 of his wins in more than 16 years as a professional. His rival, Dina thorslund, going undefeated (16-0, 6 KOs) in six years of history. Although the fight will be at the Danish’s home, at the Sydbank Arena in Kolding, Denmark, the Mexican is confident that she has everything to return as champion.
“We work strength and power to try that the fight does not reach the decision,” he said. Zulina. “She is a strong fighter, she is not undefeated for nothing and she is a champion. We have studied it a lot and we believe that we have a good chance of bringing us victory. She is fast, strong and frank, but we are going to take advantage of that ”.
The boxer, who is trained by Mauro Ayala, I had a proposal to fight with the champion bantamweight of the CMB, Yamileth Market, but no agreement was reached. In the middle of the year, Loba Munoz I also already had a proposal to go to Denmark to challenge Thorslund; They did it again, and this time, he didn’t think twice. Now she is very excited to win a title in her second weight class, after reigning in the super fly of the CMB.
“The illusion is the same that I had since I was told that I was going to fight for the first time in a championship, the motivation is at a thousand”, Zulina concluded, who will have almost three months to prepare for this lawsuit. “We are going to arrive in very good condition and try to bring us victory.”
Zulina Munoz she was proclaimed world champion for the first time on November 24, 2012. That day she defeated in Mexico City Maribel ramirez, defended the scepter 10 times until Guadalupe Martinez He stopped his reign on May 13, 2017 in Cancun, Quintana Roo.