Before he makes his 160-pound debut on Showtime on Saturday, July 29, 2017, a look back at nearly two years earlier, when Jermall Charlo won his 154-pound world title with a dominating performance against Cornelius Bundrage.
Jermell and Jermall Charlo make history as not only the first twins to be world champions, but also the first brothers to hold world titles in the same weight division at the same time.
Jermall Charlo and Julian Williams traded heavy punches through four rounds of their 154-pound title fight. Then came Round 5 and the punch nobody saw coming—especially Williams.
This week on PBC Jabs, we recap our exciting December 10th world championship doubleheader, we check-in with the new WBA 126-pound champ Abner Mares and we give you the chance to vote for PBC’s Best of 2016.
This week on PBC Jabs, Paulie Malignaggi breaks down our December 10th card, we take a look at the other talented fighters who are featured on the same card, and we get to know undefeated and fast-rising heavyweight prospect Izuagbe Ugonoh.
Undefeated 154-pound world champion Jermall Charlo talks about how his training camp with Ronnie Shields has prepared him for his fourth-title defense and his biggest fight to date vs. unbeaten contender Julian Williams. Charlo vs. Williams takes place Saturday, December 10, 2016, on SHOWTIME, live from USC’s Galen Center in Los Angeles, Calif.
On December 10, 2016, Jermall Charlo will defend his 154-lb title live on Showtime against tough prospect Julian Williams in a highly anticipated bout. Former champion and esteemed boxing commentator Paul Malignaggi will be on-hand serving as the ringside analyst for the fight and he recently stopped by PBC HQ to break down the bout. Find out what it will take from each fighter to leave the ring victorious. Then, on Saturday, December 10th, be sure to tune into Showtime at 10pm ET / 7pm PT to see who wins!
On this episode of PBC Jabs, Jermall Charlo and Julian Williams exchange words before trading blows in the ring, Marine veteran Jamel Herring checks in and we catch up with 154-pound contender Jarrett Hurd.