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  Jaime Munguía vs. John Ryder
Los Angeles Media Workout Quotes

The undefeated, former World Champion Jaime Munguía (42-0, 33 KOs) and former Interim World Champion John “The Gorilla” Ryder (32-6, 18 KOs) of the U.K inaugurated the newly built Golden Boy Boxing Gym with a media workout for their upcoming 12-round super middleweight clash for the WBC Silver Title. The event is presented in association with Zanfer Boxing and Matchroom Boxing, live from the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday, January 27 and broadcast worldwide on DAZN.

Here is what today's participants had to say:


"I began to train with Freddie Roach because he is an excellent trainer and has an incredible roster of current and former world champions he has worked with on an international level. It was a great decision to integrate our teams together."

"I feel very good right now. I feel very strong, and I feel like this has been one of the best training camps I have had. It has helped me very much to be here in Los Angeles with Freddie, and it has encouraged me to keep my eyes focused on the job at hand and I believe we are going to make it to fight week in excellent condition. I feel like the fans will get to enjoy one of my best performances yet."

"I honestly feel like I can knock John Ryder out. That's what we are working towards. Obviously, once you step inside the ring anything can change. But we're training to get inside the ring in optimal condition, and if we can't get the knockout we will be making sure we get the decision."


"I've got two young children and a wonderful partner, so it's not ideal being away in Los Angeles to train, but we have to make these sacrifices."

"I want to go in there and make a statement. I'm here for a good time, not a long time, so I want the biggest of names and that's the level that I want to be able to maintain - to make the biggest fights I possibly can make."

"What better way to come back after the Canelo fight than with a headlining show in the United States against a top talent like Jaime Munguia?"

"I'm a different fighter now from when I fought Canelo. I believe I learned a lot about myself. I wish I could have had that type of fight 10-years ago. You learn a lot about yourself, your desires and how deep the fire burns. But, I am here now and the fire is still churning!"


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