Jaime Munguia vs. Gabriel Rosado finalized for November 13


A new chapter will be added to the classic rivalry between Mexico and Puerto Rico on Saturday, November 13, as Jaime Munguia (37-0, 30 KOs) of Tijuana, Mexico puts his undefeated record and WBO Intercontinental title on the line. average weights. when he faces off against Borinquen warrior “King” Gabriel Rosado (26-13-1, 15 KOs) of Philadelphia, Penn. Fighting fans, calling for all-out war between two of the division’s most exciting warriors, will be able to watch a 12-round contestant from ‘Fight of the Year’, live exclusively on DAZN worldwide, except from Mexico.

Additional information about the event will be announced.

“This fight will be full of non-stop action. It will be a war that fight fans will enjoy and an exciting new chapter in the classic rivalry between Mexico and Puerto Rico,” said Oscar De La Hoya, president and CEO of Golden boy. “Both fighters come out of spectacular performances and playoff victories that showed their power, speed and resilience. Jaime Munguia is a super star; he has all the elements that make a great fighter. He has already conquered the junior division of middleweight and is set to conquer the middleweight division. But it’s going to be a big test for him because Gabriel Rosado is a dangerous fighter, he has never backed down from a challenge. He has faced and gone the distance. with some of the toughest fighters in the middleweight division. He’s truly a ‘fight of the year’ contender, a fight fans will remember for years to come. “

“As always, Golden Boy continues to deliver world-class matchmaking in what should be a brilliant night of boxing in November between Jaime Munguia and Gabriel Rosado,” said Ed Breeze, executive vice president of rights at DAZN. “After a clinical performance against Szeremeta in June, Munguia puts everything on the line, this time against a fan favorite and one of the toughest men in the sport of boxing, Gabriel Rosado. We can’t wait to bring this fight to fans around the world, live exclusively on DAZN.

“Rosado is a dangerous fighter with a lot of experience,” Munguia said. “He’s a formidable rival that we have to prepare to be stronger and smarter in the ring. He’s had the opportunity to fight with some great fighters, the best in the middleweight division. I’m going to give that fight. 100% and as always, give the fans a big fight on November 13. ”

“I’m excited about this fight. It’s a highly demanded fight, ”said Rosado. “I respect Munguia as a fighter and I will do my best and I am confident that I will be victorious. I think my last fight will end up being “Knockout of the Year” and I plan to make this next fight “The Fight of the Year”. It’s time to make history. KGR Team !! ”

Ranked as one of the best middleweights in the world, Jaime Munguia will face a big challenge against “king” Gabriel Rosado. One of the most exciting fighters to come out of Tijuana, Mexico, Munguia is a rising boxing superstar in the middleweight division. He has already conquered the junior middleweight division with a former world title and five defenses against Liam “Beefy” Smith, Brandon “Bad Boy” Cook, Takeshi Inoue, Dennis Hogan and Patrick Allotey. Now Munguia hopes to continue his unbeaten streak as he trains under the tutelage of Hall of Famer Erik “El Terrible” Morales as he continues to rise through the ranks and prove he is the best at 160. books.

Philadelphia, Pa., “King” Gabriel Rosado (26-13-1, 15 KOs) comes off a sensational knockout victory over undefeated veteran Bektemir “Bully” Melikuziev. The Philadelphia fighter of Puerto Rican descent has never backed down from a fight and has fought some of the most memorable battles in the sport, facing some of the toughest fighters in the division. His experience prepared him for the upcoming test, as he takes on Munguia on November 13 and hopefully claims the WBO Intercontinental Middleweight title.


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