Gennady Golovkin’s next title defense seems to make him more and more likely to face former super welterweight champion Jaime Mungia.Zanfer’s Fernando Bertrand Told ESPN Yesterday, the battle currently in negotiations was “very possible,” but Oscar de la Hoya calls the negotiations “promising.”
I’m going to ignore that “best fight in boxing” bit. Golovkin (41-1-1, 36 KO) has passed his prime minister, but Mungia (36-0, 29 KO) has not yet faced anyone near his caliber.
It’s not a unity of any kind, but I have a lot to like about this match.Aside from the fact that Golovkin and Mungia will almost certainly have an amazing show, it’s in mutual favor. DAZNMarketing team. Golovkin defeats Mungia and rekindles interest in the trilogy match with Canero, or Mungia wins the best of his career and sets up a blockbuster all-Mexico showdown with Canero mentioned above.
Cinco de Mayo Canero-Thunders / Golovkin-How about the double sound of Mungia?
– Boxing Sports
Oscar De La Hoya calls Golovkin-Mungia negotiations “promising”
https://www.badlefthook.com/2020/12/31/22208386/oscar-de-la-hoya-calls-gennadiy-golovkin-vs-jaime-munguia-negotiations-promising-dazn-boxing-news Oscar De La Hoya calls Golovkin-Mungia negotiations “promising”