In the co-main event, Jermall Charlo returned to the ring for the first time in 29 months with a spirited, workmanlike and ultimately dominant performance against a very game and durable José Benavídez Jr., the older brother of David Benavídez in their 10-round non-title bout contracted at 163 pounds.
Jermall Charlo retains his WBC World Middleweight title and improves to 32-0 (22 KOs) following his dominant unanimous decision victory over rugged Juan Macias Montiel live on SHOWTIME from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas on June 19, 2021.
Jermall Charlo successfully defends his WBC World Middleweight title against rugged Sergiy Derevyanchenko by way of unanimous decision, live on SHOWTIME Pay-Per-View on September 26, 2020, from the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.
Unbeaten WBC Middleweight World Champion Jermall Charlo put on a dominating performance over Dennis Hogan on December 7, 2019, to take home a seventh round technical knockout victory, live on SHOWTIME.
Jermall Charlo (28-0, 21 KOs) scores a unanimous decision victory after 12 hard-fought rounds against once-beaten Matt Korobov (27-2, 13 KOs) to retain his interim WBC 160-pound title live on FOX from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Former 154-pound champion Jermall Charlo sent a statement to the middleweight division in the co-main event, knocking out previously once-beaten contender Hugo Centeno Jr. to capture the interim WBC 160-pound title on PBC on Showtime on April 21, 2018.
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.
In the first defense of his 154-pound title, Jermall Charlo used his powerful jab to pick apart Wilky Campfort and score a fourth-round TKO victory.