Canelo Charlo

Posted on 03/05/2021
  1. Canelo Vs Jermall Charlo
  2. Canelo Offers Charlo Fight
  3. Canelo Alvarez Vs Charlo

FightHype.com was on hand at Madison Square Garden in New York, New York where middleweight champion Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez and super middleweight champion Ro. What’s hard for many boxing fans to believe is Jermall Charlo (31-0, 22 KOs) and Canelo are both the same age. Indeed, Charlo is five months older than Canelo, and he’ll be turning 31 in May. “I want to earn the Canelo fight, I feel like the way I earn the Canelo fight is going through all these people (Billy Joe Saunders, Jermall Charlo, Caleb Plant) and I’m sure I can make it. Jermell Charlo unleashed a rant on WBA (Super), WBC, and The Ring Super-Middleweight Champion Canelo Alvarez.

Canelo Vs Jermall Charlo


By: Hans Themistode

At this point, Ahmet Oner believes it doesn’t make any sense to even try.

Less than one week ago, the manager of super middleweight contender Avni Yildirim sat back with his jaw glued to the ground as he witnessed his man receive a one-sided beating at the hands of unified super middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez.

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The WBC-mandated title challenger was dominated in the first two rounds and dropped in the third. Rather than allow him to go out there to experience a continued beating, Oner pulled the plug on their contest, waving things off at the end of the third.

Shortly following the win, promoter Eddie Hearn announced that the next opponent for Alvarez (55-1-2, 37 KOs) was already signed, sealed and delivered in WBO titlist Billy Joe Saunders. Yet, in the opinion of Oner, it doesn’t matter who steps into the ring with the consensus best boxer in the world.

Simply put, Oner doesn’t believe he’ll be beaten anytime soon.

“Canelo is very strong,” said Oner to George Ebro. “Put in Jermall Charlo, Dirrell, Billy Joe Saunders. All of them will be defeated by Canelo. He is a monster. He will never lose to minor boxers. I don’t think anyone can beat him in the division.”

Canelo Offers Charlo Fight

To Oner, there aren’t enough superlative words to describe Alvarez. In short, he is the baddest man on the planet. But while that phrase is apropos when describing the Mexican product, at one point in time, Mike Tyson proudly held that distinction.

The former undisputed heavyweight champion would often win his bouts before the bell rung by striking fear into his opponents. Those who did work up the courage to step into the ring with him were quickly escorted away in the back of an ambulance.

But, regardless of the damage he caused inside the ring, even at his scariest, Oner firmly believes that for as great as Tyson was in his heyday, even he would play second fiddle to Alvarez.

Ladbrokes online roulette. “There is only one Canelo. Avni fought on a big stage against Chris Eubank and lost, but not like against Canelo. He’s better than Mike Tyson, more solid. If he was bigger, he could even beat Anthony Joshua. Canelo is in a different league.”

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With Canelo Alvarez suing his promoter, Golden Boy, and broadcast partner DAZN, chances are we won't see the middleweight champion in the ring the rest of the year. And that puts a third fight against Gennadiy Golovkin at risk.

The first fight in 2017 ended in a controversial split draw, and in the rematch a year later, Canelo edged out GGG in a majority decision. Will they complete the trilogy in 2021 and decide who is the best middleweight in the world?

And talking about middleweights, WBC titlist Jermall Charlo shares the big stage with his twin brother, Jermell Charlo, a WBC junior middleweight titleholder, on Sept. 26. Both are among the best fighters in their respective division, but who's the better Charlo in the ring?

Speaking of being the best, the lightweight unification fight between Vasiliy Lomachenko and Teofimo Lopez Jr. is only a month away, and the younger Lopez has a good chance of defeating Lomachenko, the No. 1 pound-for-pound fighter in the world. Will he?

Former world champions Timothy Bradley Jr., Sergio Mora and John Ruiz, and ESPN boxing experts Ben Baby and Cameron Wolfe, share their opinions on what's real or not.

Real or not: Canelo Alvarez and Gennadiy Golovkin will complete their trilogy in 2021

Sergio Mora, former WBC junior middleweight titlist and current DAZN boxing analyst: As a fighter, yes, I do believe these two will fight each other and settle the score next year. There's too much bad blood and pride on the line. These two were meant for a trilogy. There was no clear winner in two fights, 24 hard-fought rounds and you can debate the result of both fights. And because of that, I think that a third fight will happen, business aside, legalities aside, they do want to settle the score.

As an analyst, I can say that usually there's always a clear winner in third fights in trilogies. If you look at the history of trilogies, the ones off the top of my head, [Arturo] Gatti-[Micky] Ward, [Sugar Ray] Leonard-[Roberto] Duran, even [Riddick] Bowe-[Evander] Holyfield, there are so many trilogies out there, Rafael Marquez-Israel Vazquez is another good one -- in the third fight [there] is a clear winner, because they know each other so well, stylistically.

If these two fight again, I think they are smart enough to know each other's style and mentality and how they fight, that they know in the third fight somebody is gonna get either hurt, stopped or convincingly win in a physical fight.

I can't say [who wins] but I can tell you it will be a knockout, I don't think it will go to a decision. I think one of these guys will get knocked out because of familiarity, because of their age, Golovkin is a little older, Canelo is a little older, fresher than Golovkin, but ring age, having 56 fights, he has a lot of miles in his tank, too, so I think it will be a decisive winner in the third fight. With power you never know, it can be the younger guy or it can be the older guy. With power you can end the fight with one punch.

Real or not: Teofimo Lopez Jr. will beat Vasiliy Lomachenko

Timothy Bradley Jr., former two-division world titlist and current ESPN boxing analyst: Look, there is a real possibility that this young, strong kid could beat Lomachenko. I've been in boxing for 26 years and upsets happen. We always seemingly glorify one particular fighter because of his special talent inside the ring, but we forget about the other fighter like he has no advantages or talent. Lopez is bigger in size because he is a natural lightweight, whereas Lomachenko is not.

Lopez has a significant reach advantage also, plus hand speed is about equal between both men. Punching power favors Lopez immensely. Footwork, of course, belongs to Lomachenko, [but that] can be exposed with timing. Lopez has tremendous timing with explosive power. We have seen Lomachenko struggle against fighters who use their reach and maintain distance. Jose Pedraza and Luke Campbell gave [Lomachenko] issues earlier in fights because Loma needs to be close to have success.

In conclusion, it's been over a year since Lomachenko has been inside the ring, so ring rust could be a factor. Teofimo Lopez Sr. has been extremely vocal about this fight for an extended amount of time. He has predicted everything else in his son's career, which has come true. It's hard not to believe him. No one believed Buster Douglas would beat Mike Tyson or Antonio Tarver would knock out Roy Jones Jr., so I believe Lopez can do it.

Real or not: Tyson Fury will KO Deontay Wilder in their third match

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Ben Baby, ESPN boxing contributor: This is more real than Fury's lineal heavyweight title. In the second matchup between both fighters, Fury was utterly dominant and had no issues with Wilder. The Briton was the aggressor and prevented Wilder from getting comfortable enough to land the most thunderous right hand in combat sports. In the past, Wilder has effectively deployed that power punch to overcome his technical flaws. Fury's clean and powerful punches kept the Alabama native off balance in more ways than one.

Wilder's flaws have been notable since he started to gain traction in the heavyweight division. He was able to climb the ranks despite those shortcomings, overwhelm opponents with power and pick up knockout victories. As we saw with the first two fights, Fury is easily Wilder's toughest opponent. And against someone of Fury's caliber, it's going to take a lot more than one punch to earn a win.

Real or not: Mike Tyson will KO Roy Jones Jr.

John Ruiz, former heavyweight world titlist: Real. Somehow I believe Tyson still wants to prove something. He left a bad taste in the way he left boxing. I honestly feel he's really into this fight, he really wants to go out there and basically KO Jones and put a final statement in his career. Even though Tyson had a great career, sometimes when you leave with a bad taste in your mouth, it sours the way your career went. I guarantee you he's probably training twice as hard than Jones for this. Tyson is all in and I think he'll KO Jones because Jones is not as mobile as he once was.

The whole thing with Tyson is, we all knew he was a one-round fighter, he would KO people in one round or three rounds. If people survived three rounds against Tyson, it was anybody's game. I honestly feel that Tyson will get Jones in the first three rounds.

Real or not: Jermall Charlo is the best Charlo brother in boxing

Cameron Wolfe, ESPN boxing contributor: Real. Look, Jermall Charlo's respect will come if he can beat (and especially if he knocks out) Sergiy Derevyanchenko in his WBC middleweight world title defense on Sept. 26, but the power is real. This comes down to Jermall being a more physically gifted and talented boxer than his twin brother, Jermell, the WBC junior middleweight titlist. Jermall's got more offensively -- power, jab, timing -- than his brother. Jermall can get a little sloppy defensively and winded like he did in his win over Austin Trout in 2016, which is where Jermell has the biggest edge over his brother. But on a given fight night the larger twin brother just gives you more to worry about and fear.

Sometimes the eye test just decides a close decision for you. And it is close, as Jermell's heart, speed and defense gives him an edge in some categories, but Jermall is a tick ahead at this point in their careers. Jermall's fifth-round KO over Julian Williams is the best victory either boxer has on their resume right now. Plus, he's the only one of the twins who is still undefeated. I know they've said they will never fight each other but boy, would that be a fun one.