On Saturday, January 21, 2017, Zab ‘Super’ Judah returned to the ring after a long layoff and blasted Jorge Luis Munguia out of the water in 2 rounds. Now, Jorge Luis Munguia is by far not a boxing household name given that his professional boxing record look more like a mediocre basketball record.
With that said, Zab Judah still entered the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton, New Jersey and knocked Munguia’s head off in emphatic fashion. The fight between Judah and Munguia was at welterweight.
The welterweight division is stock-piled with unbelievable talent from Manny Pacquiao to Errol Spence, Jr. Zab Judah is naturally a 140 pound fighter. So, here’s the question boxing world. Who does Judah fight next and can he have one last impact on the welterweight division; a division that is usually too big for him?
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