Boxers who could continue the legacy of Mexican boxing

Saúl Canelo Álvarez is the highest representative of Mexican boxing today. He is considered by many to be the best pound for pound, although he al

Saúl Canelo Álvarez is the highest representative of today. He is considered by many to be the best pound for pound, although he also has many detractors.


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After the triumph of the Guadalajara native over Gennady Golovkin, which confirms him as the undisputed champion of the super middleweight, holding the WBC, WBA, WBO and IBF titles, the question arises as to who will continue the legacy of Aztec boxing when Canelo is no longer East.

For this reason, we present you six boxers who are carving their own path, some of them already hold world titles and others are on their way to stardom thanks to their talent.

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Jaime Munguia

The Tijuana native is one of the rising stars of Mexican boxing. At 25 years old, he has a record of 40 wins, 32 by knockouts, and zero losses. He was also the World Boxing Organization (WBO) super welterweight champion and is currently the WBO intercontinental champion in middleweight.

Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz

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The man from the capital is 24 years old and his record is 24 wins (17kos), two losses and one draw. He is currently considered among the top 10 lightweight fighters. He is also the WBO intercontinental champion at lightweight and was recently proclaimed World Boxing Council (WBC) Silver Champion.

Omar “Chicken” Garcia


The Baja Californian is another of the great Mexican prospects. He is 23 years old and has a record of 24 wins (23kos) and one loss. In fact, his first fall was just suffered last August, against Lindolfo Delgado; however, much is expected of him in the super lightweight category.

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The native of Mexico City is someone who should not be lost track of. At 22 years old, he has a record of 23 wins (11kos) and one draw. ‘King David’ is the WBC Junior Super Bantamweight Champion. He also studies neurosciences at UNAM, for which he aspires to win a Nobel Prize.

Mauricio “Bronco” Lara

Bronco Lara

He is among the best featherweights in the world. At 24 years old, his mark is 27 fights, 24 wins (17 kos), two losses and one draw. On September 24, he will meet Leigh Wood for the World Boxing Association (WBA) featherweight world title.

Gilberto “Lefty” Ramirez

Gilberto 'Lefty' Ramirez

The Sinaloan is one of the great realities of Aztec boxing. His record is 44 fights and 44 wins, 30 via chloroform. In 2016 he won the WBO super middleweight world title and made five successful defenses. In 2019 he debuted at light heavyweight and a year later won the North American Boxing Federation championship. Next November he will challenge Dmitry Bivol for the WBA belt.