Jermell Charlo

Jermell Charlo Knocks-Out Brian Castano to Become Unified Champion

This journey for Houston, TX native Jermell Charlo to become a unified Super Welterweight Champion began nearly a year ago. In July of 2021, Charlo clashed with Brian Castaño in San Antonio when these fought to a controversial draw. On the line, that night in San Antonio was Charlo’s World Boxing Council’s Super Welter Weight (WBC) belt, his World Boxing Association Super Welter Weight (WBA) belt, and his International Boxing Federation World Super Welter Weight (IBF) belt. In turn, Argentinean Brian Castaño would be putting up his World Boxing Organization Super Welter Weight (WBO) belt in their fight.
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Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano 2 full fight video highlights

Watch Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano 2 full fight video highlights from their light middleweight championship bout, courtesy of multiple outlets. In their second meeting, Charlo (35-1-1, 19 KOs) left no doubt that he was the better fighter as he put the previously undefeated Castano (17-1-2, 12 KOs) away in the 10th round with a stiff left hand that broke through Castano’s defenses.
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Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano 2 fight results, highlights: Charlo becomes undisputed champ with vicious KO

The first fight between Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano was a thriller with an inconclusive result as the four-belt junior middleweight unification ended in a split draw. The two rematched on Saturday night with both men looking to make a statement. The two did just that as both delivered thrilling moments in the ring before Charlo scored a knockout in Round 10 to become the division's undisputed king.

Who will get the next shot at undisputed champion Jermell Charlo?

CARSON, Calif. -- After 22 rounds, Jermell Charlo appears to be finished with his rivalry with Brian Castano. Charlo made the proper adjustments after their first encounter and outboxed Castano down the stretch en route to the brutal 10th-round finish following two knockdowns on Saturday. The 31-year-old from Houston can...
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Jermell Charlo Drops Brian Castano Twice, Stops Him in Tenth To Become Undisputed

CARSON, California – Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano produced an irrefutable “Fight of the Year” candidate for nine-plus rounds Saturday night. Then Charlo delivered the knockout he promised in their immediate rematch to become boxing’s undisputed 154-pound champion. Charlo dropped Castano twice during the 10th round and stopped the previously unbeaten WBO junior middleweight champion in a memorable main event Showtime televised from Dignity Health Sports Park.
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Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano Rematch - LIVE BoxingScene Scorecard

Unified WBC, WBA, and IBF 154-pound world champion Jermell Charlo and WBO 154-pound world champion Brian Castaño received enthusiastic and fervent support from their respective fanbases at a heated and boisterous weigh-in on Friday before they meet in a highly-anticipated rematch for undisputed status at 154 pounds this Saturday, May 14 live on SHOWTIME from Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, Calif., headlining a Premier Boxing Champions event. (photos by Stephanie Trapp)
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Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano Rematch: CompuBox Punch Stats

Excellent fight as both fighters landed over 40% of their power punches. Jermell Charlo was more economical landing 46.9% of his power punches on Brian Castano. Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California - In an undisputed rematch for the WBC, WBO, IBF, WBA junior middleweight titles, Jermell Charlo (35-1-1, 19 KOs) became the undisputed champion when he scored two knockdowns to stop Brian Castano (17-1-2, 12 KOs) in the tenth round.
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Jermell Charlo Looks To Assert Himself In Brian Castano Rematch

WBA, WBC and IBF junior middleweight titlist Jermell Charlo hopes the word “undisputed” will truly mean just that after he squares off for the second time with WBO junior middleweight titlist Ryan Castano tomorrow night at the Dignity Park Health Center in Carson, California. The first fight between the two men, which went down last July, ended in a highly controversial draw. The truth is – there are those who feel Castano should have won the fight. With so much on the line, each man realizes he must truly assert himself after the opening bell rings tomorrow evening in California. For the 34-1-1 Charlo, the more well known of the two fighters, the moment will be particularly telling.