Jaime Munguia (32-0, 26 KO's), the WBO Junior Middleweight Champion and his opponent Dennis "The Hurricane" Hogan (28-1-1, 7 KO's) both tipped the scales at 154 even for Saturday's title fight at the Arena Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico today.
Munguia will be defending his title for the first time in his home country and he has vowed to "leave everything in the ring on Saturday and that you will all see a different Jaime Munguia with better vision and better abilities and the this title will stay in Mexico."
The Mexican champion will be showcasing his knockout power in addition to his new boxing skills as the main event and fighting on DAZN livestream from his home country.
The young and talented Mexican mauler is on the fast track in boxing and has has fought five times in 2018 and this will be his second fight in 2019.
He know doubt will be looking to unify all the titles in the 154 pound division and it is just a matter of time before he will fight against Jarret Hurd, the IBF and WBA champion and Tony Harrison, the WBC champion.
Monterrey’s Arely Mucino (27-3-2, 10KOs) will be defending her flyweight title against Venezuela’s Yarimeth Altuve (10-2) and both came in at the 112 pound limit.
Diego de la Hoya will be making his featherweight debut against Enrique Bernache (24-12, 12KOs) and they both tipped the scales at 126pounds.