Middleweight boxer Jaime Munguia is more popular than D’Mitirius Ballard and proved the odds are correct by 3rd round TKO.
Jaime Munguia stays invincible with a quick finish from challenger D’Mitirius Ballard. It’s not a surprising ending, but that doesn’t make Munguia’s performance any less entertaining.
Munguia (39-0.31 KO) delighted fans at Plaza Monumental de Tijuana in her hometown of Tijuana, Mexico. The former WBO superweight champion continues to win as middleweight. He’s 15-1 favorite over Ballard for a reason.
Ballard (21-0-1, 13 KOs) came to Munguia’s backyard from Maryland hoping to pull away the sadness. Ballard is said to have the advantage of size, having competed as a light heavyweight, but he and Munguia are both 6 meters tall.
Ballard is the 2012 Golden Glove champion and is undefeated, but he lacks a substantial resume. He’s not at Munguia’s level, but some people think Munguia is not 100 percent.
The day before the match in the balance, Mungia don’t look well. He looked tired and sick, but that was not the case on the night of the fight.
Jaime Munguia remains undefeated after he stops an overly harsh D’Mitrius Ballard via TKO in round 3
Ballard had a good first round. He used his stab and went to the body while standing facing Munguia. Munguia did not throw much in the first half, but accelerated a bit in the second half.
Ballard was fine in the second half but was caught by a left hook from Munguia that sent him shaking slightly. He recovered and started some good work, but the storm changed quickly in the third round.
Munguia turned on the jet and started spinning around looking for the fence. He smashed Ballard with a left hook to the chin, instantly sending a shockwave down Ballard’s feet. Ballard struggled to stand, but his leg was shot. Munguia moves with a volley that sends Ballard into goal.
Ballard got up on the score nine, but he finished. Mungia moved in and punished a Ballard defense with a rough mix that stopped the match, awarding Munguia a third round TKO victory.
Munguia moves to 39-0. He hasn’t won a world title as a middleweight yet, but has four different belts held. boxer. Hopefully Munguia will get his shot soon.
https://fansided.com/2022/02/19/jaime-munguia-kos-dmitrius-ballard/ Jaime Munguia quickly defeated D’Mitrius Ballard in round 3