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Jaime Munguia vs. John Ryder fight time, live stream, more for super middleweight bout

Jaime Munguia and John Ryder are set to face off in a super middleweight bout on Saturday, January 27. We break down when the fight starts and how to watch the full card.

Jaime Munguia v Sergiy Derevyanchenko Photo by Cris Esqueda/Golden Boy Promotions via Getty Images

The super middleweight division gets the spotlight this Saturday, January 27 as undefeated Mexican sensation Jamie Munguia (42-0, 33 KOs) takes on former contender John Ryder (32-6, 18 KOs). The bout will take place at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona.

How to watch Jaime Munguia vs. John Ryder

The main card gets going at 8 p.m. ET, with Munguia-Ryder ringwalks projected for 11 p.m. ET.

This card will stream on DAZN, in order to live stream it, you’ll need a subscription to DAZN.

Fighter history

Munguia is a highly skilled puncher with a 78% knockout rate. The 27-year-old out punched Sergiy Derevyanchenko last June to win by unanimous decision in a thrilling bout. He is a consensus top three super middleweight, as three of his last four wins have come by knockout. Munguia now wants to add another contender to his KO list.

Ryder is a British born challenger with big fight experience, once holding the interim WBA and WBO super middleweight title. The 35-year-old fell short against undisputed super middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez last May. Despite the loss, Ryder put together a resilient effort.

Fight odds

Munguia is favored to win with -400 odds, while Mayer is a +280 underdog. The favored method of victory is Munguia by decision (+100).

Full card for Jaime Munguia vs. John Ryder

  • Main event: Jaime Munguia vs. John Ryder, 12 rounds, super middleweight
  • Title fight: Oscar Collazo vs. Reyneris Gutierrez, 12 rounds, for Collazo’s WBO strawweight title
  • Darius Fulghum vs. Alantez Fox, 8 rounds, super middleweight
  • Title fight: Gabriela Fundora vs. Christina Cruz, 10 rounds, for Fundora’s IBF women’s flyweight title
  • Alan Romero vs. Erik Ruiz, 10 rounds, super bantamweight
  • Daniel Garcia vs. Daniel Lugo, 6 rounds, lightweight
  • Gregory Morales vs. Ronal Ron, 8 rounds, featherweight
  • Gael Cabrera vs. Miguel Ceballos, 6 rounds, super bantamweight
  • Jonathan Canas vs. Kameeko Hall, 4 rounds, lightweight