You wanted fireworks well you got what you asked for. There were a multitude of fans that concluded pre-bout that there was no way that this fight wouldn’t be anything outside of the firefight that was expected, and all of the boxes were checked for that distinction. It was 🇲🇽Jaime Munguia’s (38-0-0, 30KO) relentless onslaught of variety, combination punching and a revealed mean streak that kept him ahead of the curve, against 🇺🇸Gabriel Rosado (26-14-1, 15KO) who brought with him everything in the ring, and landed some serious leather, to the point where he split a portion of one of his gloves late in the bout. Continue reading “Jaime Munguia and Gabe Rosado Gave Fans in Anaheim Something to Remember – Relentless Munguia Outguns the Brave Rosado in a Fight of the Year Candidate”
It wasn’t just the shock that 🇺🇸Gabe Rosado (26-13-1, 15KO) was able to overcome the 10-to-1 betting odds that was placed against him. It was also in him mustering up the type of punching power to create the dynamite effect that he was able to inflict. Uzbek standout 🇺🇿Bektemir Melikuziev (7-1-0, 6KO) is the goods, we won’t lose sight of that, or look to bring his stock down – instead, we will just bring full clarity to what transpired. Rosado took Continue reading “Gabe Rosado Upsets, and Put Bek the Bully’s Lights Out, With Stunning Knock Out of the Year Candidate”
Thoughts from this past weekend’s boxing action.
It sounds as if Friday night’s middleweight fight between Philadelphia native Gabe Rosado (24-11-1, 14KO) and Poland’s Maciej Sulecki (27-1-0, 11KO) has an added incentive for both fighters.
Eddie Hearn has said that the winner of the fight will likely face WBO Middleweight World Champion Demetrius Andrade (27-0-0, 17KO) next.
A win would put Sulecki in the first World Title fight of his career. The only loss on his record came against Daniel Jacobs by UD in April of 2018.
For Rosado, a win would give him his third crack at a World title in the middleweight division. He fell by TKO due to cuts in his previous two opportunities against Gennady Golovkin and Peter Quillin in 2013.
I expect this one to be fun and could possibly steal the show Friday night. I will take Sulecki by decision but won’t be surprised if we get another situation where Gabe is stopped due to cuts opening up and things getting bloody in the ring.
The fight will play as the undercard to the Lightweight title bout between Tevin Farmer and Jono Carroll at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia on DAZN at 7pm.