Jaime Munguía defeated Derevyanchenko by unanimous decision

Jaime Munguía ‘survived’ a real ‘battle’ in the ring against the Ukrainian fighter Sergiy Derevyanchenko, who proved to be a discreet fighter, but careful and at times he felt he would win; however, a knee on the canvas was what marked his fate. With this, the Tijuana native raises his mark of 42 wins for zero losses, 33 of those victories have been by way of ‘chloroform’.

It was a fight suffered from the beginning, as the Ukrainian let his punch be felt on the Mexican, who recovered little by little to get ahead in the match and Although the scorecards were tied at times, Munguía did not shrink against a rival who always had him on the ropes to seek the knockout with whom he would have won the fight.

The fatigue was already notable in Munguía’s feet; however, he had a good resistance to absorb the blows of his rival, which were of power on his own face that was marked by the traces of the Californian battle and that is that Derevyanchenko is a low-profile boxer, but very careful because he has a record of 14-5 and expected to take this important victory.

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After eleven rounds, blown right hands, left blows and knockout attempts to the jaw, a powerful ‘hook to the liver’ from Munguía arrived. about Derevyanchenko who forced him to kneel on the canvas in the last episode, this fact set the course of the fight because the Ukrainian could no longer recover and, with it, he took one more defeat at 37 years of age.

The judges gave preference to Jaime Munguía because the scorecards (115-112, 114-113 and 114-113) revealed that he defeated Sergiy Derevyanchenko by unanimous decisionleaving California with his fist raised and the World Boxing Council Super Middleweight Silver Championship on his shoulder.

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