Jaime Munguía revealed the keys that he will have to carry out in his career to be able to fight in the future against Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez.
“A fight with Canelo It is what I would like in the future, but now I am at 160 and he is in a higher division (168) ”, he said. James to DAZN News. “When I feel good about my weight, my body and I am able to climb, I am sure I would love to do that fight. It would be just great. “
Munguía he is just adjusting to the middleweight division, where he has already beaten Gary O’Sullivan, Turean Johnson and Kamil Szeremeta. While Saul He already had his way through the middleweights, where he lived hard battles against Gennady Golovkin.
Saul declared prior to his fight before Caleb Plant that he will no longer go down to middleweight, because the weight cut caused him to lose some of his power. And he warned that whoever wants to, will have to climb to 168 pounds.
What Munguía wants to do to fight Canelo
Other middle division champions like Jermall charlo commented that he would be willing to vacate the championship of the 160 of the CMB just to go up and challenge Canelo.
Likewise, in the team of Canelo revealed that they are considering moving up to 175 pounds again and challenging the Russian champions Artur Beterbiev or Dmitry Bivol.
For its part, James you already think beyond your fight against Gabriel Rosado and gave other big names to middleweights looking for a world title shot.
“After Pinkish, I would love to go against (Sergey) Derevyachenko and then I would love to fight GGG (Golovkin) or (Jermall) Charlo“, he pointed.
The most viable candidate for Munguía It could be the Ukrainian, who comes from suffering defeats against Golovkin and Charlo in the last two years.
On the other hand, and in the absence of official confirmation, it is expected that GGG make your comeback next December against the Japanese Ryota murata in a fight that will unify the belts of the FIB and AMB.
While Charlo still awaits rival, after his successful defense against Juan Macías Montiel last June.