Brian Castaño is the best super welterweight, according to ESPN rankings


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Brian Castaño He is the best super welterweight boxer, according to the latest ranking put together by ESPN for that category.

To the surprise of many, Brian Chestnut reached the first position of the last ranking of ESPN. In the previous update of the list, the Argentine was in second place, behind Jermell Charlo. But in the last listing, Chestnut already appears above Charlo.

The same is in charge of journalists Mike coppinger, Ben baby and Michael Rothstein, who analyze and decide where to locate each one.

Who completes the most recent podium, is the American Erickson lubin, standing on the same place as in the last classification.

Controversial draw between Chestnut and Charlo.

Brian Castaño is the best according to ESPN, but other listings do not match

The prestigious magazine The Ring did not coincide with what was decreed by ESPN, and placed at the top Jermell charlo. Brian Castaño, meanwhile, is in the following place.

Meanwhile, the site Transnational Boxing Rankings did not give to Chestnut as leader, but placed him in second place, after Jermell.

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Face to face of Brian Castaño and Jermell charlo.

Castaño has a mandatory rival, so his rematch with Charlo is moving away

The rematch between Brian Castaño and Jermell charlo due to the unification of the 154-pound titles, he is getting farther and farther away.

Tim Tszyu, Australian who is 19-0 with 15 victories via chloroform, was named mandatory challenger by the OMB of the Argentine boxer, who is the monarch of that body in super welterweight.

The Australian comes from defeating Steve Spark by third round knockout in July of this year, so the OMB evaluated and put it next in line, although you have to wait to know what happens with Charlo and Chestnut.


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