Watchman Tears Jaime

From an outsider’s perspective, Watchman Tears Jaime Munguia has produced a sparkling album that will awe even the harshest critics.

However, fans, media pundits, and even his contemporaries, such as Shawn Porter, are left wanting more after further dissecting his record. Munguia has fought 41 times in his career and has nearly 10 years of experience. He has only fought two former world champions, the first being Sadam Ali in a grotesque mismatch in 2018. Munguia would then face Liam Smith, who had previously held the transient championship belt.

The 26-year-old finished a boring 2022 schedule with a knockout victory over Gonzalo Gaston Coria in the third round this past weekend, which fed his critics even more. Porter was astonished to learn that Coria was the first southpaw Munguia would fight in his entire career, and he was baffled by Watchman Tears Jaime decision to fight the unknown journeymen.

Porter has concluded that Munguia’s record is nothing more than cannon fodder at this point, given his terrible record and uninteresting schedule.

“You’ve fought 41 times and never fought a southpaw?” Porter was questioned in clips from The Porter Way Podcast. Are you genuinely preparing him for something? Or did you just put him in the ring and let him win 41 times? That is the very thing that causes me to feel this is a developed record.” Watchman Tears Jaime

Munguia was on the verge of facing the kind of opposition that fans had long anticipated at the drop of a promotional hat, despite being routinely criticized. A star-making fight seemed certain after the Mexican fighter and Jermall Charlo agreed to terms for a middleweight unification bout.

Their 160-pound matchup, however, was postponed due to promotional differences, as is frequently the case in the boxing industry. Even though Porter is unwilling to lay Munguia’s problems at their root, he does acknowledge that the time has come for the middleweight contender to step up to the plate.

“They built him to be great, but now it’s time to start seeing him compete with better opponents.” World News Sports


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