Jermall Charlo Wants To Box Canelo Alvarez After Tonight's World Title Bout

The Charlo Twins actually do not get sufficient press, contemplating the lengths to which they’ve taken their Gemini act inside the sport boxing, and extra particularly the sunshine middleweight division, the place each Jermell and Jermall maintain World Titles.

There’s little question, Jermell and Jermall are two separate entities. While they might look an identical, work in the identical division, not to mention the identical subject, it’s Jermall who desires to step exterior the bubble on each their behalves. And he desires to do it with daring maneuver: by shifting up a category in weight and difficult the reigning pound-for-pound king Saul “Canelo” Alvarez. He made his emotions identified in an impromptu interview with TMZ Sports.

But earlier than Jermall can strive his hand at exposing “the 28-year-old so-called stud” as he refers to him, he should defend his WBC Interim title tonight on the Barclays Center on a stacked boxing card that entails his twin brother Jermell placing his WBC title on the road as properly, within the co-main occasion.

As complicated because it is likely to be to distinguish one brother from the opposite, boxing promoters should love the very fact they will bundle them collectively as a Gemini act because it does not appear in any respect seemingly they may consent to combating one another. Jermall faces Matt Korobov, his brother Jermell goes up towards Tony Harrison. 

Manny Pacquiao Drops Lucas Mathysse With 7th Round TKO To Win WBA Title

After a one-year layf, Manny Pacquiao put questions durability to rest with his 7th round TKO win over Argentinian Lucas Mathysse. The victory added yet another strap to his illustrious collection: the WBA (Regular) Welterweight World Title. The fight which aired on ESPN+ as a subscriber exclusive, took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at Axiata Arena.

Going into the fight, Manny Pacquiao decidedly shuffled the decks, making unilateral changes to his training staff. As predicted, Pacquiao chased the fight right from the opening bell, utilizing his jab against his slower opponent who saw his opportunities to counter shrink with time. By the 3rd round Manny Pacquiao had essentially taken command the fight, after scoring a knockdown f a “powerful left uppercut.”

While the uppercut didn’t seem to badly hurt Lucas Mathysse, it did restrict his movement going forward. Knowing the fight was but perhaps one punch away from being called, Pacquiao decided to bide his time with methodical shots to the body, further weakening the resolve his opponent. By the 5th Manny had scored yet another knockdown when his right hand to the temple forced Mathysse onto one knee.

The final straw occured in the 7th when Manny scored a third knockdown f a left uppercut. Incidentally the referee had seen enough to warrant a stoppage, calling the fight at at 2 minutes, 43 seconds. A dejected and fatigued Mathysse motioned to his corner then spat out his mouthguard with great relief  having escaped the round with his honour, and more importantly his health.

At the peak his powers, Lucas Mathysse was considered a real live threat in the sport boxing, especially in the Junior Welterweight division right below his current fighting weight. Manny on the other hand, has plenty reason to postpone his retirement after posting what many pundits consider a “vintage performance.”

Manny Pacquiao Drops Lucas Mathysse With 7th Round TKO To Win WBA Title

After a one-year layf, Manny Pacquiao put questions durability to rest with his 7th round TKO win over Argentinian Lucas Mathysse. The victory added yet another strap to his illustrious collection: the WBA (Regular) Welterweight World Title. The fight which aired on ESPN+ as a subscriber exclusive, took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at Axiata Arena.

Going into the fight, Manny Pacquiao decidedly shuffled the decks, making unilateral changes to his training staff. As predicted, Pacquiao chased the fight right from the opening bell, utilizing his jab against his slower opponent who saw his opportunities to counter shrink with time. By the 3rd round Manny Pacquiao had essentially taken command the fight, after scoring a knockdown f a “powerful left uppercut.”

While the uppercut didn’t seem to badly hurt Lucas Mathysse, it did restrict his movement going forward. Knowing the fight was but perhaps one punch away from being called, Pacquiao decided to bide his time with methodical shots to the body, further weakening the resolve his opponent. By the 5th Manny had scored yet another knockdown when his right hand to the temple forced Mathysse onto one knee.

The final straw occured in the 7th when Manny scored a third knockdown f a left uppercut. Incidentally the referee had seen enough to warrant a stoppage, calling the fight at at 2 minutes, 43 seconds. A dejected and fatigued Mathysse motioned to his corner then spat out his mouthguard with great relief  having escaped the round with his honour, and more importantly his health.

At the peak his powers, Lucas Mathysse was considered a real live threat in the sport boxing, especially in the Junior Welterweight division right below his current fighting weight. Manny on the other hand, has plenty reason to postpone his retirement after posting what many pundits consider a “vintage performance.”