HIGHLIGHTS | FIERY JERMELL CHARLO VS. BRIAN CASTANO "SH*T GOT REAL" WEIGH-IN, AFTERMATH, & 2ND ANGLE

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When is the Charlo fight?

Castano fight start on July 17. Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano are set to square off Saturday, July 17th in a big-time unification bout for the undisputed junior middleweight crown. The fight will take place at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, with coverage of the event starting at 9:00 p.m. ET on Showtime. DraftKings NationCharlo vs. Castano start time: When ring walks happen, how to watch the fight on TV & via live stream

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Jermell Charlo: I Don’t Wanna Move Up To 160 Because That Contradicts My Brother

BoxingScene.com 17 July, 2021 - 11:24am

SAN ANTONIO – Jermell Charlo cannot envision moving up to the middleweight division after boxing Brian Castano on Saturday night.

If Charlo wins their 12-round, 154-pound title unification fight at AT&T Center, he’ll become boxing’s first fully unified champion in that division during the four-belt era. The Houston native wouldn’t have much left to prove, either, in the weight class within which he has competed for almost all of his 13-year pro career.

Charlo, 31, makes the 154-pound limit comfortably, though, and doesn’t see a need to jump up six pounds to the middleweight maximum of 160.

“I make it really easy,” Charlo told a group of reporters after a press conference Thursday at the Thompson San Antonio-Riverwalk hotel. “I’m actually 157 right now. I haven’t even worked out today, so I’m fittin’ to get my workout in. I was walking around 155, 156. So, I’m really a solid 154-pounder. I love it. Like I love this weight division. It’s easy for me to make the weight. I don’t wanna move up to 160 because that contradicts my brother. You know, it contradicts Errol Spence if he wants to move up. Who knows what’s next for me, though?”

Charlo’s twin brother, Jermall, owns the WBC middleweight title and figures to remain a 160-pound fighter for the foreseeable future. Jermall Charlo, who was a 154-pound champion at the same time as his brother, has had difficulty securing high-profile fights since he moved up to middleweight.

That’s another reason Jermell Charlo (34-1, 18 KOs) might want to remain in the 154-pound division after he encounters Castano (17-0-1, 12 KOs). The IBF/WBA/WBC 154-pound champion didn’t mention potential opponents he would like to fight after facing Castano, yet he is confident more challenges exist within the division he has long called home.

“Everybody kinda good,” Charlo said. “You know, like everybody in this division is – you know, I done ran through a bunch of ‘em. But thank God for them. They help pay bills and keep my life living like this. But I’m ready. You know, like everybody in the division that want some of this, they can come get it. I know the young ones coming up and they got some ones that’s wanting to transition over to my division. But that’s why I’ll show y’all Saturday night why it’s kinda like, ‘OK, you gotta second-guess that.’ ”

Charlo-Castano will headline a “Showtime Championship Boxing” tripleheader from the home arena of the NBA’s Spurs.

Las Vegas’ Rolando Romero (13-0, 11 KOs) and Sweden’s Anthony Yogis (24-1-1, 8 KOs) are set to square off in the 12-round co-feature for Romero’s WBA interim lightweight title. Uruguay’s Amilcar Vidal (12-0, 11 KOs) and Immanuwel Aleem (18-2-2, 11 KOs), of Richmond, Virginia, are scheduled to meet in a 10-round middleweight match that’ll open Showtime’s three-bout broadcast at 9 p.m. ET.

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Charlo vs Castano: Live streaming results, round by round, start time, how to watch, full card info

Bad Left Hook 17 July, 2021 - 06:00am

Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano square off for the undisputed championship at 154 lbs.

Wil Esco will be on the round-by-round for all three fights, and we’ll have that and more updates in this stream:

Charlo is defending the WBC, WBA, and IBF titles, with Castano putting his WBO belt on the line for the bout.

The show will also feature two more fights. Rolando Romero will face Anthony Yigit in what was supposed to be a 12-round lightweight bout for the interim WBA belt, which doesn’t need to exist, but Yigit missed weight by over five lbs. Yigit was drafted in on short notice, but he was already set for a 135 lb fight on the card, so that’s no excuse here.

In the opener, Amilcar Vidal Jr and Immanuwel Aleem will meet in a 10-round bout that had a 162 lb contract weight, which both made.

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