Muchos están esperanzados en que yo sea la próxima cara del boxeo, asegura Jaime Munguía

Aware that many expect him to be the next face of boxing, Jaime Munguía He assured that he is ready for the challenge and ruled out feeling any kind of pressure.

“I really don’t feel pressure,” he said. Munguía to channel One More Round. “Obviously it is a great responsibility, since a lot of people believe in me.”

For Jaime Munguía it is great pressure that they see him as the next face of boxing

Munguía, who is concentrated in the Otomí Ceremonial Center on his way to his February 19 fight against D’Mitrius BallardHe knows that many fans have him listed as the next face of boxing, and although that represents some pressure, he has managed to handle it.

“Many are hopeful that I will be the next face of boxing,” he said. James Munguía. “Make him world champion at 160 pounds. It is a great pressure and responsibility, but until now we have known how to handle it, training hard, working and preparing ourselves for what they are asking of us. Obviously we also want to do it ”.

During the talk, in which he was accompanied by his coach Erik “Terrible” Morales and questioned by Marco Barrera, he asked him if he is interested in breaking the record that he had Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez before his first setback and assured that it has never been his goal.

“It has never been a goal for me,” he said. Munguía on overcoming 42-0-1 of Canelo, who in his fight 44 lost with Floyd mayweather jr. “We will continue working and doing our thing.”

Rosado, the most dangerous rival to date for Munguía

He also asked Barrier Regarding his actions in the ring, particularly that in his last fights he has noticed the lack of that instinct to want to finish off his rivals. James recognized that with Gabriel Rosado he was more careful, in addition to being one of his most dangerous rivals.

“We are going to continue working on that,” said the Tijuana native. “I believe that Pinkish it has been perhaps the most dangerous to date I have faced ”.

Finally he said that Pinkish he had little to lose. That is why he came out determined to liquidate Munguía, who should have taken care of more.

“I don’t know if because I had nothing to lose and he only wanted to hunt me down with a forehand and send me to the canvas,” he recalled. “The truth is I was careful about that, that’s why I did not go overboard in wanting to knock him out or opening up with so many blows, so I think that was why (not looking for the knockout so much), but we will try in the other fight to look for him at any cost. ”.