WBO junior middleweight champ Jaime Munguia, 30-0-(25), and challenger Brandon ‘Bad Boy’ Cook,20-1-(13), plan to put on a great show on the Golovkin Vs Alvarez ll undercard at the T Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
The pair came together for the Grand Arrivals earlier this week and are supremely confident of claiming victory.
JAIME MUNGUIA, WBO JUNIOR MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION:
"I’m very happy for the support that I’m getting from the fans. I feel they are drawn to me because of my style of fighting and because they know I like to give a great show to the fans. Right now, it’s just about maintaining weight and preparing for the weigh-in. I know Cook is tough and difficult fighter, but you’re going to see a more relaxed and concentrated Jaime Munguia this Saturday."
BRANDON "BAD BOY" COOK, JUNIOR MIDDLEWEIGHT CONTENDER:
"It’s a dream come true for me. Two fights had gotten cancelled. This is a huge opportunity for my team. I didn’t come here to get paid, I came here to fight. Munguia’s tough. I was running this morning, and I saw him running, so I know he’s preparing well. This is one of the toughest challenges of my life. I can’t thank Golden Boy enough. This is it, and I can’t wait.I know he’s ready, I’m ready. I’m going to be his toughest opponent to date."