Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by senpai, Mar 24, 2023.
Not a good fight for Bivol.
Are they serious?
Does Munguia really want to throw away his O on a longshot against Bivol @ 175?
I guess it doesn't affect his ambitions @ 160 or even 168 but eh. Better than nothing I guess
I'm not interested in Bivol-Beterbiev as I know it's not happening
wtf. Mungia hasn't even fought at 168
Lol. He's had a handful of MW fights and now He's going to jump 2 divisions to face an elite LWH ? What's the point. He has absolutely no chance.
Boxing really is in a state atm.
Terrible fight. This is all E-Hearn shenanigans.
Munguia was a light heavyweight when he beat Sadam Ali for the super welterweight strap. (Entered the ring at upwards of 170 pounds.)
He's been one (a light heavy) the whole time he's had all his belts.
It will be a pleasure to watch Bivol take this weight bully apart.
Bivol’s first ko win in years.
He's not jumping anywhere.
He's just not drying out as much as normal for a weigh-in.
Some fighters used to move up to heavier divisions and actually had to add weight above their normal walking-around weight.
Munguia finally fighting someone his own size.
High might be 6ft but he doesn't have an LHW frame.
What a mismatch
Munguia talks too much. It was about time his mouth should be shut.
Yes he does.
Same height and reach and weight as Bivol.
No he doesn't