Jaime Munguia vs D'Mitrius Ballard

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Jaime Munguia vs D'Mitrius Ballard
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Saturday, February 19, 2022
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Fan Cards: Jaime Munguia vs D'Mitrius Ballard


scorecard by DIEGOYEYE
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JAIME MUNGUIA
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19
D'MITRIUS BALLARD
10
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19


scorecard by RUTHLESS-RKO
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JAIME MUNGUIA
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D'MITRIUS BALLARD
10
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scorecard by CHAMPION97
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JAIME MUNGUIA
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D'MITRIUS BALLARD
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scorecard by MRCHICKEN
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JAIME MUNGUIA
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D'MITRIUS BALLARD
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scorecard by DEANISBLIND
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JAIME MUNGUIA
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D'MITRIUS BALLARD
10
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scorecard by MBUCK
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JAIME MUNGUIA
9
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D'MITRIUS BALLARD
10
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scorecard by ZAC.RJ
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JAIME MUNGUIA
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D'MITRIUS BALLARD
10
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19


scorecard by FELIPE
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JAIME MUNGUIA
9
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19
D'MITRIUS BALLARD
10
9
19


scorecard by JAKAJAKA
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JAIME MUNGUIA
9
10
19
D'MITRIUS BALLARD
10
9
19


scorecard by CHRIS M95
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JAIME MUNGUIA
9
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19
D'MITRIUS BALLARD
10
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19




Comments

Chris M95's picture

Felix Alvarado vs Erik Lopez could be official on the undercard
real fun fighter maybe even more fun than his brother Rene but that could be in large part to the difference in general abilities of the level of competition and the opponents Felix can impose his style on

Jarod Killian's picture

you know who else is good? Erick Morillo, Danny Tenaglia, Robbie Rivera, Parantula and Mauro Picotto. I'm sure there's other good ones I can't think of right now.

Hope William Zepeda gets a step up fight soon, I'd like to see him fight in an eliminator soon

Chris M95's picture

rumors had it that Golden Boy reached out to Top Rank offices yesterday looking to make Munguia vs Zanibek
as of today Feb 22 as per WBO Chairman WBO orders the fight with a period of 10 days for both parties to stike an agreement before purse bids

Chris M95's picture

PBC trying to force Golden Boy hand tho with Charlo vs Munguia either on 18th or 19th of June Zanibek will settle with highest ranked in the WBO Danny Dignum after Falcao went the IBF route which places him in line to face Golovkin Murata winner and in case Golovkin wins that vacates and moves up for Canelo he gets to fight for the vacant IBF vs Patrick Wojicki,Falcao returns April 9th TR Mikaela Mayer undercard

beaunuitmem's picture

As long as the backdrop is a massive billboard of Boo Boo walking a duck.

Chris M95's picture

you lost me lol

Andrade got Zach Parker to take care of at 168 on May 21st

beaunuitmem's picture

Yeah saw that. I think he finally got the message that Charlo and Munguia were never gonna fight him. I like Zach Parker but I put BooBoo in the Billy Joe bracket; 2 weight world champioin that still massively under achieved so I hope Boo Boo gets through and gets a big fight.

Chris M95's picture

if Boo Boo geta past Parker who do you see him facing next how do you think he does vs the likes Ryder or Lerrone Richards?

Jarod Killian's picture

rumor is that should Canelo get past Buffalo in May and GGG in the condom match in September he will fight Boo Boo in December on DAZN.

beaunuitmem's picture

Would love to see it but I doubt it. Who started that rumour?

beaunuitmem's picture

Age permitting (father time unbeaten etc, etc) and assuming Canelo is done with 168, I think the only guys that have a chance of beating him are Billy Joe and Plant. I do rate Benavidez highly but I don't understand why he's not campaigning at 175 and I think that will count against him in the big fights. Morrell too inexperienced in the pros but wouldn't mind seeing him against a Lerrone Richards, Parker or a Ryder. Your thoughts?

Chris M95's picture

that's some good shouts but none of names seem realistic for Andrade rn
not sure if Canelo moves up to fight Makabu in 2023 or face the likes of Charlo and Benavidez...Plant would most likely return vs a comeback opponent most likely in June or July and Benavidez fights Lemieux in May which may finally set up a fight between the 2 in November can't rule that possibility out after the war of words last 2 days online Saunders don't look close to fighting shape does he? Do you think he returns anytime soon?

Deon Nicolson is one fighter who would be willing to step up and face Morrell that could be realistic do you think Morrell could do what Berlanga couldn't and stop Nicolson
just like 15-20 minutes away from the prelims portion of Conlan Wood card mate what do you think of the card and what are your predictions for the night?

beaunuitmem's picture

Plant deserves a comeback fight if that's what he wants. Can't see Billy Joe coming back to be honest; probably up in weight again and he's said he won't come back for anything less than £5 million. The Benavides situation upsets me, yet another young talent's career being stifled by PBC's refusal to make cross-network fights, not sure if you saw his promoter talking about how they wanted more than Canelo money to fight Andrade?

Can't remember Demond Nicholson's fights at all but Luis de Cubas probably would have picked him for that reason or something similar.
Sorry I didn't see this yesterday, had some guests but I was edging towards a Wood late ko with zero confidence. I think all 5 were in play (Conlan ko or pts, Wood ko or pts and draw) in yesterday's fight, which rarely happens and after the 1st round knockdown, I put money on the fight going the distance so just shows I had no idea. What a fight though, did you expect it to go anything like it went?

Chris M95's picture

mate as we have already discussed with the "4 kings" situation and people writing off Plant situation PBC gets way too much hate for failing in line with industry standards
as for Benavidez's manager's statement Benavidez himself came out saying he'd be willing to take the fight for a lot less later and can build of beating Andrade plus his side has better options across the board than Andrade does rn and Andrade, whose never seen a microphone he didn't love is yet to come out with a statement on the potential fight hopefully he does post Parker fight

not in the slightest I've always respected Woods ability and he's been among my fav UK along with Jazza Dickens since their fight (liked Richards, Joe Cordina too) but I felt Conlan would be too much for him and beat him down gradually fro a late stoppage couls never have envisioned what happened from second half of rd 10 on honestly felt Conlan desperate needed a breather tried to roll and slip off the ropes thinking he was Canelo Alvarez got hurt in the process and that changed the fight sorta like Liam Williams vs Andrade I still believe had Williams not hurt Andrade in the 9th he wouldn't have coasted like he did over periods in the last 3 rds this fight was a lot closer in the cards and Conlan corner knew they needed the last Rd not to be

Chris M95's picture

WBC has their say and Munguia vs Adames could take place first World title eliminator bout for Charlo's WBC

beaunuitmem's picture

Boxing was the USA's number one sport not long ago, it's obviously been a steady demise but in my opinion, PBC was the nail in the coffin and they don't get enough heat. I promise to make that my last dig but I'd love to hear your theories on why support for boxing has dwindled so badly, apart from the obvious rise in popularity of the NBA and the NFL.?
Fair analysis, I need to rewatch it but I don't know why they keep denying how heavy the knock down in the 11th was. I agree with you the fight could have been close on the cards by that point anyway but Conlan came out in the 12th like somebody who had just been buzzed hard, didn't look steady at all.
Munguia Adames would be a good fight. Still need to watch the Dereyevanchenko Adames fight, managed to miss that one when it was on the first time.

Chris M95's picture

yup Munguia vs Adames would come down to purse bids but I'm not sure Dela Hoya allows Munguia to go over the PBC side of the street for that the other way may be easier but I'm not ruling out any possibility
the irony there is the reason Charlo vs Munguia is not happening on June 18th, 2022 is DLH's reluctance to send Munguia over to that side of the street with the fight only being official on Showtime PPV across America
PBC, who put up the money for the fight was cool with fighting Charlo fighting Munguia on DAZN (USA) in the rematch if he loses the fight both fighters want it and Zanfer promotions were cool too with PBC granting them tv rights for the fight as needed in Mexico and also for Dazn in the UK just not the US DLH don't wanna play ball so not hard to guess the easiest course of action for all parties involved with Munguia Adames is if Golden Boy can win the purse bid or put up bread where both parties can agree as to much otherwise this would be in essence like Munguia signing a 2 fight deal with the PBC, DLH not keen
Adames Dervy worth a watch mate was a competitive fight card all around

guess I'll need to talk to more American fight fans to have a better understanding of the fall of popularity of the sport in their country points you pointed out like popularity of other sports I've heard them too plus the lesser involmement with a sport and lesser success of members of a community or region in a given sport the lesser the popularity and the harder it is to sell that sport to said people and promise returns especially in the capitalist capital of the world

my personal take is one thing common these days on social media regardless of the region is the entitlement of fans who take less time to learn up on the sport or take the time to question their scorecard or why they feel a fighter won a round or how decisive that rd was but are quick to lash out at officials with in turn creates an environment of distrusting disgrunteled fans that makes it harder to share passion with beginner fans
why fighters themselves who may have grown up on commentators like Jim Lampley may place credence on the post fight punch stats which causes confusion when the winner of the fight is not vindicated by their choice of entertainment including the post fight punch stata of a given network
not saying Thurman is a prime example of that but him saying things like he was 15 punches away from victory vs Pacquiao certainly doesn't help
I'm the farthest from a nostalgic old head but we need more Kevin Rooneys shuting down the Lampleys of the world when the get high and mighty backing their points with punch stats

the reactions to Taylor Catterall was certainly far fetched and getting the police involved nah I didn't see the need demoting Ian John Lewis especially when the difference on his card was a Rd as competitive as the 4th stanza was in that fight, certainly overkill

beaunuitmem's picture

Golden Boy don't strike me as cash rich right now so not sure about them winning any purse bids. Where did you hear PBC would be ok with Charlo fighting on DAZN in the rematch, if Charlo loses? Interesting to hear and I can only assume they think Charlo wins easy because I think Haymon would rather pull out of boxing altogether than let that happen. I think I missed the Adames Dervy fight because it was the first one on the card and I joined a bit late. Agree on the quality of the rest of that card.

Well that will teach me to make assumptions, I thought you were American.
I see where you're coming from with the dumbing down of commentary and analysis, fuelling the hysteria of casuals but I'm gonna go a bit poncey and quote Oscar Wilde, "There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about.".
So although I agree that it's not an ideal situation, I don't think that has a big enough effect on popularity because rightly or wrongly, it's being discussed and keeping eyes on boxing. Boxing's only been my primary sport for about 5 years give or take but my interest was piqued as a child because the big events were all over mainstream tv, I struggle to see how the kids of today will get to see their Tyson v Bruno or Eubank v Benn to get hooked in the first place because:
1. The lack of top fighters, fighting eachother in their primes
2. The lack of availability of the above fights due to exhorbitant ppv fees

Couldn't agree more on the Taylor fight. The Speaker of the House of Commons reported it so it had to be taken seriously but it just highlights how ridiculous our politicians are; especially when they take every opportunity to reduce official funding for boxing and some of them are even trying to get it banned, even though they know absolutely nothing about the sport or the number of lives it saves at grasroots level.

Chris M95's picture

brilliant quote that and fair points maybe I place too much value and take things said folk say at face value when it comes to why they think the popularity of the sport is dying among casual fans...funny that cuz there always seems to be a different market of casual fans for promoters to sell to every time a big fight rolls around
Even still I can't completely ignore people takes were they say they've taken breaks following the sport for definite periods or reduced the scale of support for fights and fighters over perceived injustices in cases where tbh the decisions weren't that bad.
which brings to mind your point of best not fighting the best, doesn't that only mean when they do fight more eyeballs will be on the sport as the result of more coverage and more negativity directed at all relevant parties involved, think back to all Wilde's quote
also if I'm allowed to say Bruno and Tyson weren't the best mate and not decisively even tho one can argue they were among the top fighters in their div same with Eubank and Benn fighting for the WBO title in 1990, quality operators still not at the top as Eubank nickname would suggest, I'd suspect Bruno's popularity and Eubanks infamy among British public weren't necessarily build on the fact they were the best in the divisions or consistently fighting the best or putting up the best performances certainly not in Eubanks Sr case
I agree with your point on inexhorbitant PPV fees but I'll add that's relative to a region and market

false assumption on Haymon too there mate but with DLH maybe he can pull a Frank Warren and surprise us all In case of purse bids for his favs Munguia or Ryan Garcia
as for Charlo they have moved on to a new opponent, we will know who in 48 hrs give or take when PBC announces they're schedule,remember last year with Fulton vs Leo and winner fighting Brandon Figueroa, rumblings on the street are theres some real cool undercard fights to be announced as well, personally I'm waiting on who Frank Martin fights next and the undercard of Tank Davis vs Romero May 28th from NY

brilliant point there at the end mate 100 sport needs better research being done and funding

beaunuitmem's picture

Curiosity's killing the cat here, Chris; are you Canadian?
"There always seems to be a different market of casual fans to sell to" - it's all relative. When you have tens of millions watching the Superbowl, boxing getting excited about 1 million, maybe, is a sad demise from the glory days of the 80's.

Re:Bruno and Tyon, I picked the fights that were specific to my experience but I think it's pretty accepted that Tyson was the number 1 heavyweight in 89. The others could be disputed but they were undoubtedly the biggest fights that could be made in the eyes of the British public. No internet in those days so apart from a hardcore few that used to pay £50/fight to watch American fights at the cinema, we were slaves to what the British promoters chose to show us.

Would love to hear why you think that;s a false assumption on Haymon (and also if you could point me to the interview re: Charlo rematch you referenced) because I don't know him but what I know about him leads me to strongly believe that he is boxing satan. Only 2 subjects in boxing that get me a little riled and that is Al Haymon and people that want boxing banned because of "lives lost" so I need counterbalance. Any defence of Haymon would be appreciated.

That Frank Martin looks the business. Looking forward to Rolly proving me wrong because he seems like a nice kid (even though he said catching a body was on his bucket list in an interview with Zytell the other day, I think he just gets a bit carried away sometimes) but I think Frank Martin would beat Rolly now.

Chris M95's picture

yes Martin is among the best skilled young operators out there

lol why do you believe Mr Haymon is boxing satan? and is that a good or bad thing for the sport

yes I got that I respect your story and experience mate thanks for sharing my guy but my point simply was "best not fighting the best" or best finding their way to each other gets blown outta proportion and just like in the 80s and 90s other meaningful fights take place during the marination periods or just in general like you pointed out with fights you hold dear in your come up Eubank Benn Tyson Bruno
nah not Canadian either

beaunuitmem's picture

In summary, Haymon's skilled in making stars but at the expense of the integrity of the sport. Pac Mayweather, Spence Crawford and the ostracisation of Boo Boo are prominent examples. This dominoes into a loss of popularity for the sport as a whole, which decreases the amount of money coming in, which means there is less money to go around the fighters.

It may not have been best fighting the best with regards to skill but it was in the eyes of the British casual at the time; all 4 fighters were at the right weight, in their prime and it was on free tv.

I should stop guessing countries. Australasian?

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