Jermell Charlo does not commit to a rematch with Brian Castaño


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Charlo no asegura revancha con Castaño

Jermell charlo did not want to commit to a rematch with Brian Castaño, after they tied for the 154-pound belt unification.

“I don’t know, we have to see what Al haymon Say ”, replied the American boxer at the end of the confrontation. “I want that, it is my destiny. We must see ”.

In search of unifying the 154-pound division, the three judges saw different decisions: one saw the Argentine win 115-113, another tied at 114 and the last one scored 117-111 in favor of Charlo.

At the end of the contest, Chestnut He asked for immediate revenge, because in his consideration he did everything possible to win the contest, same impressions that he shared Charlo.

“In some rounds that are close, they tend to give it to the opponents,” said the twin. “I got into a dog fight. I hurt him all over the ring and he never stopped going to the front. We can go back and do it again. I think it was more closed than I thought ”.

However, even though he considered that he won, he does not believe that the judge’s card Nelson vazquez

, who gave the winner to Charlo, was successful.

“Someone had it 117-111,” he began Jermell. “I think I won more rounds than him. 117-111 was very wide, but there’s no way they scored 114-114. It is not detracting from Brian Castaño, but I feel like I pushed harder than him ”.

About the immediate future, even though Chestnut insisted on the rematch in quality immediately, Charlo ruled that for now he will take a break from boxing and dedicate himself to his family.

“I am happy to have fought for unification,” he commented. “I can keep my belts for now. I can’t wait to get home to my babies, take a well-earned break from boxing, and then come back and discuss what’s next. I’m sure my destiny is to be a unified champion ”.


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