FightHype.com was on the scene in San Antonio, Texas where unified jr. middleweight champion Jermell Charlo and WBO jr. middleweight champion Brian Castano weighed in for their upcoming July 17 showdown. You don’t want to miss what went down. Check it out!
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Unified WBC, WBA and IBF World Champion Jermell Charlo Takes on WBO World Champion Brian Carlos Castaño In Highly-Anticipated Showdown Live on SHOWTIME Saturday, July 17 from AT&T Center in San Antonio Headlining a Premier Boxing Champions Event.
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Charlo and Castano will go toe-to-toe as all of the super welterweight championship belts are on the line for the first time in the four-belt era. The highly anticipated matchup will add to the long and storied history of major championship fights to take place in San Antonio.
Check out below what the fighters had to say ahead of their respective matchups.
This is a dream come true. I’ve wanted to be undisputed since I was a child because this is the highest you can reach in boxing. Being in this moment really makes me thankful to my whole team who helped me get to this point.”“Now is the time that me and my brother finally get the opportunity to show the world what we’re worth. This is the moment for us. Opportunities like this don’t come around too often, so I have to go out there and take advantage.”
I’m not old enough to think about the Hall of Fame yet. I’m just focusing on the right now. I have a goal to accomplish that will take 36 minutes or less on Saturday. I’ll look into everything else that this means after Saturday night. I don’t have any pressure on me. I’ve been in this position so many times in my life. If I felt the pressure, I wouldn’t be in this moment. He has to come and do his thing. He has to put the pressure on me and avoid these bombs I’m throwing.
Charlo, 34-1 with 18 knockouts, won his WBC crown over fellow American Tony Harrison in December 2019 — avenging his only career defeat — and took the others last September with an eighth-round knockout of Dominican Jeison Rosario.
Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castaño, unified junior middleweight titles
Rolando Romero vs. Anthony Yigit, lightweights
Amilcar Vidal vs. Immanuwel Aleem, middleweights
Now Prediction Time :
I would not be surprised if Castano pulls off the upset. But ultimately, I think Charlo is just a little too skilled and a little too powerful. Castano could build up a lead on the scorecards, but Charlo is going to catch Castano at some point. I’d go with Charlo to win by stoppage in the 10th round.