Jermall Charlo defended his 154-pound world title for a third time with a vicious fifth-round KO of previously unbeaten Julian Williams.
Jermall Charlo successfully defended his 154-pound world title with a hard-fought unanimous decision over former champ Austin Trout.
Former 154-pound champion Jermall Charlo sent a statement to the middleweight division in the co-main event, knocking out previously once-beaten contender Hugo Centeno Jr. to capture the interim WBC 160-pound title on PBC on Showtime on April 21, 2018.
Fighter Of The Week: Unbeaten former 154-pound Champ Jermall Charlo looks to claim the WBC’s interim 160-pound title this tonight when he faces once-beaten Hugo Centeno Jr. on Showtime Boxing.
Heavyweight prospect Adam Kownacki checks in, we recap our exciting January 20th Showtime card and we reveal the recently announced March 3rd co-main event.
Before he makes his 160-pound debut on Showtime on Saturday, July 29, 2017, a look back at nearly two years earlier, when Jermall Charlo won his 154-pound world title with a dominating performance against Cornelius Bundrage.
Jermell and Jermall Charlo make history as not only the first twins to be world champions, but also the first brothers to hold world titles in the same weight division at the same time.
Jermall Charlo and Julian Williams traded heavy punches through four rounds of their 154-pound title fight. Then came Round 5 and the punch nobody saw coming—especially Williams.