Jermell Charlo's Journey To The Boxing Pinnacle

The WBC, WBA, and IBF Super Welterweight Champion Jermell Charlo will aim to create history as he goes up against undefeated WBO World Champion Brian Castano for the undisputed crown. Ahead of this intriguing title clash, let's take a look at Jermell Charlo's journey to the boxing pinnacle.

Became WBC Continental Americas Light
Middleweight Champion

Charlo defeated Harry Joe Yorgey via eighth-round KO to claim the vacant WBC Continental Americas light middleweight title.

Became IBF-USBA Light Middleweight Champion

Charlo claimed a unanimous decision victory over Demetrius Hopkins and became the IBF-USBA Light Middleweight Champion.

Claimed the WBC Light middleweight title

Charlo fought against John Jackson for the vacant WBC light middleweight title. He won the fight via KO in the eighth round and became the WBC light middleweight champion.

First Professional Loss

Charlo suffered his first and only professional loss to this day against Tony Harrison via a unanimous decision. As a result, he also lost his WBC light middleweight title.

Avenged His Only Loss

Charlo avenged his loss in his rematch against Tony Harrison via TKO in the eleventh round to become a two-time WBC light middleweight champion.

Became The Undisputed Light Middleweight Champion

Charlo defeated Jeison Rosario via an eighth-round KO and became the undisputed WBC, WBA (Super), IBF, and The Ring light middleweight champion.

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