Charlo-Castaño fight preview

In just a few days, boxing will crown yet another undisputed champion this year. Fans of the sport were treated to a great bout in May between Josh Taylor and Jose Ramirez for the lightweight crown, and now Jermell Charlo (34-1, 18 KOs) and Brian Castaño (17-0-1, 12 KOs) will step in the ring at the AT&T Center in San Antonio for supremacy in the … Continue reading Charlo-Castaño fight preview

Charlo-Castaño fight card set, will be held in San Antonio

Unified WBC, WBA and IBF World Champion Jermell Charlo and WBO World Champion Brian Castaño will battle for undisputed status at super welterweight as all four 154-pound belts hang in the balance for the first time in history on Saturday, July 17 live on SHOWTIME from AT&T Center in San Antonio in a Premier Boxing Champions event. SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT and will also … Continue reading Charlo-Castaño fight card set, will be held in San Antonio

Lubin gets closer to a title shot with win over Gausha

Erickson Lubin had been slowly getting back into being a title contender after his knockout loss to Jermell Charlo a few years ago. In three fights last year Lubin scored wins over Ishe Smith, Zakaria Attou and Nathaniel Gallimore to work his way up to fighting tougher competition. On Saturday, he got one step closer to another title shot as he defeated former world title … Continue reading Lubin gets closer to a title shot with win over Gausha

Charlo stops Harrison in rematch

A year ago, one of the upsets of the year took place at the Barclays Center as Tony Harrison handed Jermell Charlo his first defeat and took the WBC super welterweight title away from him. Charlo had waited a long time before he got the chance to get it back. On Saturday night, he went through a tough fight before closing the show. Charlo stopped … Continue reading Charlo stops Harrison in rematch

Munguia blasts Ali to win his first world title

A few months ago, Sadam Ali was looking forward to defending the WBO light middleweight title after his upset win over Miguel Cotto in Madison Square Garden last year. He was scheduled to fight Liam “Beefy” Smith, who was the #1 ranked contender for that belt. Due to an illness that got to Smith, the fighter from Brooklyn had to make a decision: either wait … Continue reading Munguia blasts Ali to win his first world title