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Jaime Mungua close to signing an enviable record as ‘Canelo’ and JC Chvez

ANDn the mexican boxingone of the names that is attracting the most attention is that of Jaime Munguasince the one born in Tijuana, Baja California

Jaime Mungua close to signing an enviable record as ‘Canelo’ and JC Chvez


ANDn the mexican one of the names that is attracting the most attention is that of Jaime Munguasince the one born in Tijuana, Baja California, is about to reach his fight number 40 in his professional career and at the moment he has not lost any of their previous fights.

With a record of 39 wins, 31 by way of knockoutis close to achieving what many boxers today have not been able to achieve and that only some greats like Julio Csar Chvez or ‘Canelo’ lvarez have been able to do.

However, you can’t claim victory yet, since Mungua must first resolve a lawsuit on the ring before Jimmy Kelly.

JC Chvez and ‘Canelo’ were inspiration:

Mexican boxing cannot be counted without mentioning Julio Csar Chvez and that is the ‘Great Champion’ended with a Pro record of 107-6-2, 85 wins by KOsomething that many want because of the number of wins he had.

Undoubtedly, Mungua aspires to have that number of victories, although it is not far away if you continue on the right path. For now seeks his 40th victory, something that Chvez achieved in September 1983after beating Mexican-American Adriano Arreola.

Secondly, ‘Canelo’ Álvarez is another Mexican who also achieved reach and exceed the number of 40 wins undefeated.

In this case, the one born in Guadalajara, He did it by defeating Shane Mosley by unanimous decision.though unlike Mungua or Chvez, ‘Canelo’ he had a draw on his record, which to tell the truth, doesn’t change anything, since it’s not a loss.

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Secondly, Floyd Mayweather Jr. is another of the great examples Mungua must have, since the American boxer also arrived and you exceed the number of the 40 winshe even retired undefeated by finishing with 50-0 his career.

Who is Mungua facing?

To be this June 11, when Jaime Mungua return to the activity inside the ring that you like so much to face the British Jimmy ‘Kilrain’ Kelly (26-2 10 KOs)after a failed negotiation with Daniel Jacobs.