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Jaime Munguía vs. John Ryder: A Breakdown of the Fight by Numbers

Jaime Munguía vs. John Ryder: A Breakdown of the Fight by Numbers

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Jaime Munguía vs. John Ryder: A Breakdown of the Fight by Numbers

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Jaime Munguía vs. John Ryder: A Breakdown of the Fight by Numbers

On Saturday, January 27, all eyes will be on the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona, where John Ryder (32-6, 18 KOs) will face Jaime Munguía (42-0, 33 KOs) in a super middleweight clash. We recently heard from Ryder, who spoke to Dan Rafael about his upcoming bout with Munguía and his feelings on his fight with Canelo.

In preparation for this intriguing contest – we are bringing you a numerical breakdown of Saturday night’s fight. 

Jaime Munguía vs. John Ryder Fight by Numbers

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Build Up to Munguía vs. Ryder Fight by Numbers

17,136: (On January 27) hours since Ryder defeated Danny Jacobs by a split decision at Alexandra Palace in London.

2,126,880: (On January 27) minutes since Munguía defeated Spike O’Sullivan at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.

124 weeks: (On January 27) The number of weeks since Ryder last won by knockout against Jozef Jurko.

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33/42: The number of stoppage wins for Munguía in his 42 fights, with his last stoppage win coming against Sergiy Derevyanchenko.

293,328,000: (On January 27) seconds since Ryder defeated Theophilus Tetteh to win his first professional title, the WBO Inter-Continental middleweight title.

4: The number of professional titles won by the Mexican fighter.

Hear the full conversation with John Ryder and Dan Rafael off the “Big Fight Weekend Preview Podcast” by clicking play below.

Looking Back at Canelo

During his recent conversation with Rafael, Ryder reflected on his loss to Canelo last time out and spoke about his gratitude for the opportunity. Speaking about the loss to the Mexican and how he battled through that fight, he said: “It was tough, but my nose broke in the 2nd round. Felt sorry for myself for a few rounds after that, got dropped, bit down, and come out swinging.“ 

He continued: “It was great to put it all on the line against Canelo Alvarez, and I’m willing to do the same against Jaime Munguía.

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