Watch: Jaime Munguia Makes It 3 KOs From First 3 Fights On GGG vs Canelo 2 Undercard

Tonight’s boxing in Las Vegas could very well be one of the most explosive cards in years in the sport of boxing. Three fights in and three big knockouts already.

People are now wondering what they are going to do for the next hour or so.

Likely the main event’s scheduled time of 8pm local time in Vegas cannot be changed for broadcast reasons with HBO.

Unless they decide to move the fight forward and put it on earlier, which isn’t entirely impossible.

Next up in the knockout ranks tonight was Jamie Munguia scoring one.

Munguia battered opponent Brandon Cook around for the three rounds it lasted before the show was ended:

The win extended his record to 31-0-26KO and ensured the Mexican fighter retained his WBO super-welterweight title in some style.

Those tuning in tonight and in attendance at tonight’s boxing at the T-Mobile Arena have really been treated to some incredible action so far to be fair.

If someone was watching boxing for the first time ever tonight and saw all these knockouts, it might be pretty hard to match their expectations going forward after such a carnage filled night so far.

Roll on the main event tonight.

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