The Mexican boxer Jaime Munguía knows what the right hand of the Puerto Rican is capable of Gabriel Rosado And he works with the intention of not hurting him towards his fight on November 13, which will be held at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.
“We are working things in general, my distance, hands up,” he said. Munguía in virtual press conference. “We saw in his last fight that he has a good forehand, we want to be prepared so that the same does not happen to us, we work a lot on speed, middle distance, waist movements.”
Pinkish knocked out with a lethal right hand in his last fight, on June 19, at Bektemir Melikuziev. It was the same evening that Munguía beat the polish Kamil Szeremeta. Now, Puerto Rican and Mexican are ready for a war, like the ones they get used to when two boxers from those countries meet in a ring.
“I think it will be a good environment, it will be a fight with many blows, a war fight,” he said. Jaime Munguía. “It has always been known in history that Mexico and Puerto Rico are great fights. I see him very motivated, he is training hard to provide a great fight, so we are going to leave everything at the top of the ring, we are going to provide something very good ”.
What would follow for Munguía after Rosado?
After the last performances of Gabriel Pinkish, in the team of James Munguía they considered that the Puerto Rican would be a great challenge for the Mexican. That is why they took this fight, knowing the former super welterweight world champion that, if imposed, challenges and more complicated names will come.
“At 21 I won the world title (super welterweight), we have gained good experience,” he commented. Munguía. “I think I have improved a lot in my boxing, we are ready for great challenges, after Pinkish there is much talk about (that I could face Sergiy) Derevyancheno, (Daniel) Jacobs and (Gennady) Golovkin”.
From being imposed on November 13 to Pinkish, Jaime Munguía would go one step further in pursuit of a world title shot in middleweight, possibly against Jermall charlo. But the Puerto Rican will come out by surprise and looking to stop the undefeated pace of the Mexican.