WBO INTER-CONTINENTAL CHAMPIOSHIP: MUNGUIA VS. ROSADO FIGHTER WORKOUTS QUOTES & PHOTOS
Fighters featured on the DAZN of the highly anticipated fight between the pride of Tijuana, WBO Inter=Continental Champion Jaime Munguia (37-0, 30 KOs), and the people’s champion “King” Gabriel Rosado (26-13-1, 15 KOs) hosted a media workout today and live stream in anticipation of their fights on Saturday, November 13 live on DAZN, excluding Mexico, starting at 6:00 p.m. PT/9:00 p.m. ET.
Below is what the fighters had to say about their upcoming events:
JAIME MUNGUIA, WBO INTER-CONTINENTAL MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION:
“I am very ready and excited to be fighting in Anaheim among all my fans in Southern California. I can assure everyone that it will be great fight and a great night for boxing.
“I know that Rosado is coming off a great fight, a great knockout and has a lot of experience. I know I have to be careful but I have faith in my training and I am confident that I will be victorious on Saturday.
“We make a great team with Erik Morales. Thanks to him I have had a great training camp and I feel like my boxing skills have advanced.
“I know on Saturday I have to keep my distance and apply pressure where I need to. I need to make sure I dominate the action in the ring.”
GABRIEL ROSADO, MIDDLEWEIGHT CONTENDER:
“Camp with Freddie Roach has been great, I feel good, I have a good vibes. All the hard work has been put into training camp. I have learned that all the work has to be put into training camp and I am happy and fully confident that we did our job.
“I feel like, right now, it’s the most fun I have ever had in my career. On Saturday, November, the people will see the best Gabe Rosado and I am excited to display my skills to the world.
“I think Munguia is going to bring it. I am more focused on the job that I have to do. This is not an unfamiliar situation for me. I think this is where experience comes into play for me. My experience tells me that fighters like Munguia will come to me, I will not need to chase him. He will be right there and I have to make my shots count.”