Jermall Charlo had to adjust to a last minute change of opponents, but is ready to face anyone
Apr 25 2014 9:47 AM
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Talented undefeated fighter Jermall Charlo (17-0, 13 KOs) had a last minute change of opponent (he was supposed to face James Winchester) and will now fight against Albuquerque's Hector Munoz (22-12-1, 14 KOs) in a 10-round junior middleweight clash in the undercard of Thurman vs. Diaz, Charlo vs. Muñoz will be shown live on  SHO EXTREME® (7 p.m. ET/PT).

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deepwater2 says:

well the original opponent lost 5 out of his last 6. His new opponent, Munoz lost 11 of his last 15. Is that a step up? I know this has to happen to build a record . when this boxer says he doesn't look for the knockout it just comes, he sure is right. These cans are hand delivered. He is demanding a shot at a belt but with these taxi cab drivers he is fighting he might as well get a belt from ringside that says ” champion of all cab drivers and palookas”

oubobcat says:

Well Munoz is riding high from that win over Hector Camacho Jr. in September. Of course two fights before that, he was TKO'd by a guy with a 16-17 record.

There is no need for this type of bout in Charlo's career. He is going to throw a few punches in the 1st round and Munoz will probably lay down. And the funny thing is, he may actually be a bit of a step up from the original opponent Charlo was going to face. A fighter of Charlo's skill set should not be fighting these types of fighters.

deepwater2 says:

I was at the Leija vs Camacho Jr fight in Brooklyn at a ballpark a million years ago. Camacho JR lost/quit even back then. I was sitting Ringside with the usual cast of characters and the Soprano guys were all there ,the actors from the hbo show. We were all talking and one of them asked if I had any blow, I said nope , maybe you should ask him, and I pointed to Camacho Sr. Camacho Sr got up and tried to hop the fence by the aisle and tripped and fell on his face. The soprano guy said ” Nah I think he had enough.” Both Camachos looked bad that night.

the Roast says:

[QUOTE=deepwater2;50554]I was at the Leija vs Camacho Jr fight in Brooklyn at a ballpark a million years ago. Camacho JR lost/quit even back then. I was sitting Ringside with the usual cast of characters and the Soprano guys were all there ,the actors from the hbo show. We were all talking and one of them asked if I had any blow, I said nope , maybe you should ask him, and I pointed to Camacho Sr. Camacho Sr got up and tried to hop the fence by the aisle and tripped and fell on his face. The soprano guy said ” Nah I think he had enough.” Both Camachos looked bad that night.[/QUOTE]

Was it Paulie Walnuts? He was my favorite. Probably Christopher, he was young back then. Definately not Bobby Bacala. That was one of the top shows of all time.

deepwater2 says:

[QUOTE=the Roast;50583]Was it Paulie Walnuts? He was my favorite. Probably Christopher, he was young back then. Definately not Bobby Bacala. That was one of the top shows of all time.[/QUOTE]

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