The late substitute upsets the odds in emphatic fashion Saturday night in the main event of FOX PBC Fight Night.
Two of the game's best share their experiences in and out of the ring and why they still have more to give.
Charlo regains his world title via eleventh-round TKO in a throwback battle on FOX PBC Fight Night.
The WBC heavyweight champ survived his seventh—and toughest—title defense to date by weathering a seventh-round storm from the previously unbeaten Cuban contender before storming back with his own offensive attack in the 10th round in front of a raucous crowd at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
The 168-pound title tilt will be part of a championship tripleheader shown live on Showtime—as part of the undercard action to heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder's title defense against Luis Ortiz at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
This week in boxing history, PBC highlights a trio of fighters earning their first world titles, including the first British Olympic gold medalist to win a pro championship, honors a middleweight legend adding another world title to his résumé and remembers a storied heavyweight championship rematch.
It sticks to him like a stain that he can’t wash out. Each opponent Gary Russell Jr. meets wears the face of Vasyl Lomachenko, the only fighter to ever beat Russell as a pro. And each fight Russell has had since that June 2014 setback means another step toward self-redemption in a Lomachenko rematch.