(DEC 2) Honestly-----I say this
with the utmost sincerity that I can possibly muster up that
"this story" about another questionable title fight is not
I would like to make this
disclaimer that WBAN does not get pleasure in writing about the
many nonsensical title fights that we are continuing to see in
the sport---and that we would also like to say that some
of these same federations do get it right at times, and
sanction some very good and competent title bouts for the female
Unfortunately this article is
not about one of those "stellar" bouts.
While we have one of the top female boxing title fights taking
place tonight, in Albuquerque, New Mexico between Holly Holm vs.
Anne Sophie Mathis fighting for a world title-----the following
night we have a potential “stinker” brewing in Mexico.
According to Boxrec and the WBC website, Zulina Munoz, 30-1-2
(21 KO), will defend her WBC Silver Bantamweight title against
Fredee Gonzalez, 6-7-1 (2KO), at the Deportivo Morelos
Pavon, in Mexico City, Mexico.
Gonzalez is ranked a "lowly" #19 worldwide with Boxrec.
Point and question...Munoz has already fought Gonzalez THREE times,
defeating Gonzalez THREE times--- with one being a stoppage of
her in the seventh round by TKO.
My final point is the following: WBAN, not to
mention the rest of the boxing community, would like to know how Gonzalez would
qualify to fight for ANY title at this time in her boxing
career. She enters into this fight losing THREE of
her last FOUR fights, and her overall record is below the 500
Boxing record of Gonzalez
Gonzalez stated on the WBC website the following about her
upcoming fight with Munoz: "She
[Gonzalez] thinks that this fourth bout will be the one she wins
because she has changed her manager and knows that if she
achieves the WBC Bantamweight Silver Title, she will have better
bouts, better salaries and the chance to fight for the world