Terence Crawford’s trainer assures that Jaime Munguía will not be able to beat Canelo Álvarez – La Opinión

Terence Crawford’s trainer assures that Jaime Munguía will not be able to beat Canelo Álvarez – La Opinión

Brian ‘BoMac’ McIntyre, Terence Crawford’s coach, assured that Jaime Munguía will not be able to win to Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez when the two meet for the undisputed super middleweight championship on May 4 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

In an interview with KO Artist Sports, BoMac McIntyre explained that Munguía has not had great fights like Canelo Álvarez, who has faced the best, so he believes that He does not have enough experience to dethrone him.

He won’t do it (beat Canelo), I don’t give a damn Whatever he does. I have nothing against Munguía, but you can’t beat Canelo,” said the veteran American coach.

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Canelo Álvarez will seek to defend his undisputed title against Jaime Munguía to show that he is still the face of boxing. Photo: Jeffrey McWhorter/AP.

“He (Canelo) has been with the best, and Munguía hasn’t had a big fight like that. All the great fights Canelo has had, the waters he has tested and all the weight classes. I can’t see it (winning). Remember, that is my opinion,” he added.

According to some of the predictions of sports experts, Canelo Álvarez He is the favorite to win for your experience, but they also agree that Jaime Munguía will give the Guadalajara a tough fight. Although others think that the Tijuana native could surprise on May 4 and knock out the champion of four weight divisions.

According to Fernando Beltrán, promoter of the challenger, the confrontation It does not have a rehydration clause, but it does have an immediate revenge clause if the Tijuana native wins. It should be noted that the man from Guadalajara officially announced that Munguía would be his next rival after having resumed negotiations with the promoter Premier Boxing Champions (PBC).

This will be the first fight between Mexicans where the four belts are disputed. Furthermore, the last time the undisputed champion fought another Aztec rival was in 2017 when he defeated Julio César Chávez Jr. by unanimous decision.

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Jaime Munguía assures that he is ready to face Canelo Álvarez and be crowned undisputed 168-pound champion. Photo Courtesy: Cris Esqueda/Golden Boy Promotions.

Jaime Munguía, 27, retained the super middleweight silver belt of the World Boxing Organization (WBO) after knocking out the English fighter in the eighth round. The Mexican has a record of 43 victories and 34 of them came via fast track.

For his part, Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez, 33, showed that He is still at the top and increased his legacy in the sport after beating Jermell Charlo by unanimous decision. The undisputed 168-pound champion has a record of 60 wins (39 by knockout), two losses and two draws in his career.

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