(MAR 25) Tonight (according to boxrec), at the Jose Curevo Salon, in Polanco, Mexico, Zulina
Munoz, 26-1-2 (19KO), will defend her WBC "Youth"
bantamweight title against Judith Rodriguez, 1-2-0 (0KO).
According to Boxrec, Rodriguez is
rated #38 worldwide and Munoz is rated #3 with Boxrec and WBAN.
So one may ask at this point.....How long does one fight
for a "Youth" Title, when the boxer as Munoz is now 23 years
In Munoz's case, it looks like
this "youth" title may be more like a "Fountain of Youth" title,
as she apparently is making a career of fighting for this
Check this out folks.....
In Munoz's last fight that took place on January 14, 2011, Munoz
began the year fighting Magdalena Leija for the WBC "Youth"
title, who came into the fight with a 4-8-1 record. By the way,
shall I mention the fact that Leija fought Munoz FOUR TIMES,
LOSING EVERY fight against Munoz, with THREE of the FOUR fights
being stopped by Munoz!
Before that fight, on December 18, 2010, Munoz fought Patricia
Ordonez (making her PRO DEBUT, for the WBC "Youth" title.....She
was STOPPED in the first round.
On August 28, 2010, Munoz fought the above-mentioned opponent
Magdalena Leija for the WBC "Youth" title stopping her in that
fight in the seventh round by TKO.
And...on July 19, 2010, Munoz fought Mayerlin Rivas of Venuzuela,
and in her 20's, fought her in Munoz home turf and the fight was
a draw. The two fighting for the WBC "Youth" title.
Apparently, it is of little concern to those who are responsible
for making "match" after " match" for Munoz for the
"Youth" title-------so WBAN will just continue to "Talk"
and "Talk" about it as it occurs in the sport...