Munguia or Teofimo #1 P4P

Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by StussyBrownnn, Nov 17, 2021.

  1. StussyBrownnn

    StussyBrownnn Member Full Member

    Aug 17, 2021
    In their primes, I think one of these 2 will be the P4P king. I think haney is a fraud while shakur will be top 5. Jaron is pretty good too. Who do you think will be #1 P4P in 5-10 years? Who will be the GGG, the one know will fight out of sheer fear?
  2. drenlou

    drenlou Most people DKSAB! I got your Gordo @JOKER Full Member

    Jan 22, 2015
    In 5 years, probably still Canelo.
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  3. BCS8

    BCS8 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Aug 21, 2012
    Neither. Both are hittable and beatable. I personally think that if he keeps improving like he has been, Munguia has the most potential. And Drenlou might even be right, it's possible that Canelo is still around in 5 years and still taking names.
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  4. BoxingDialogue

    BoxingDialogue Well-Known Member Full Member

    Apr 26, 2019
    Mungia will be a consistent top 10 imo. Yes Haney is overrated and Ennis is still unproven. Shakur and Teo are likely to compete for that #1 spot.
  5. HellSpawn86

    HellSpawn86 Boxing Addict Full Member

    May 6, 2007
    Teo, has greater skill and abilities, already beat the number 1, has better competition in and near his weight class to prove it.

    Mungia is not as versatile and doesn't have too many top competitors to prove himself against. I don't see who he is going to fight to earn the p4p title.
  6. theanatolian

    theanatolian Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    May 2, 2015
    Quite the opposite, Munguia has a short cut for a p4p ranking. If he steps up against Andrade, and beats him, he may well have a chance to fight GGG for 3 belts, assuming that G gets past Murata. Coming out on top in that scenario would easily put him in the lower end of p4p top10.

    That said, I don’t think he can beat Andrade nor will he ever be good enough for a p4p ranking. But Teo may well be the next p4p king if he gets his **** together.
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  7. HellSpawn86

    HellSpawn86 Boxing Addict Full Member

    May 6, 2007
    Well what I did think about when I was writing the post is that Teo has more competitors from Shakur, Davis, Haney, Taylor. That's a killers row and he could easily take some L's and/or cut his prime short. I'd still rate those victories higher than Mungia beating Andrade. Mungia beating an aged GGG would rank high, but there are a lot of depends there.

    Also I'm not convinced either guy will become p4p number 1 or takes on all the challenges to solidify that. I'm partially disenchanted with the dirty politics in boxing as of late.
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  8. Moonlight

    Moonlight Walking in the moonlight... lonely.. as always.. banned Full Member

    Nov 12, 2021
    Lopez has skills for that. Munguia? F*ck off..
  9. heerko koois

    heerko koois Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Apr 26, 2006
  10. KiwiMan

    KiwiMan Boxing Junkie Full Member

    Feb 28, 2016
    Probably neither, but at least Lopez has the skills. I actually really like Munguia, but let's not kid ourselves that he has p4p #1 level talent.
  11. JunlongXiFan

    JunlongXiFan Active Member Full Member

    Aug 9, 2020
  12. lepinthehood

    lepinthehood When I'm drinking you leave me well alone Full Member

    Aug 27, 2011
    I don't think Munguia is all that.
    Lopez sure could be top 5 p4per at some point.
  13. panchman69

    panchman69 Well-Known Member Full Member

    Sep 10, 2012
    Mungia hasnt fough anyone. Rosado is a career journeyman on the on the wrongside of 30. Id like to see him in with a top 5 fighter before i make any judgements. He reminds me of a smaller gilberto ramirez. Does enough to win fights but doesnt really do anything that impresses me.
  14. WhataRock

    WhataRock Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Jul 29, 2004
    Teo is more polished and talented but will find it hard to escape without a loss in that 130-140 talent rich zone...thats if he takes on the best fighters around.

    Mungers is fan friendly and likable. I think he has timed it perfectly to possbly inherit a weakening division and start stacking titles..wouldn't be surprised if we see him at 168 in couple of years. That will help his p4p chops for sure.
  15. FrankinDallas

    FrankinDallas Boxing Junkie Full Member

    Jul 24, 2004
    I wish in boxing time this was 1935, then we would see Lopez fight those 4 guys you mentioned.
    But it's 2021 and boxing fans will count themselves lucky if we merely get Lopez-Haney.
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