Eddie sounded pretty determined to land the Charlo fight, he said they'd fight in fox whatever that means, maybe Charlo is contracted to them... If eddiiie is being honest and the Charlo andrade fight doesn't happen I think we can't blame andrade...
I'm expecting a silly tittle defence fromm both next...
Demetrius Andrade floors and outpoints Liam Williams to defend WBO middleweight title
Liam Williams unable to become Britain's latest world champion despite gutsy challenge of Demetrius Andrade; he climbed off the canvas and later rocked the American but it wasn't enough
Liam Williams was denied a world title after being dropped and frustrated by Demetrius Andrade on Saturday night in Florida.
Andrade remained undefeated and won by unanimous decision to cling onto his WBO middleweight championship despite a spirited effort from Williams.
The Brit was regarded as the champion's sternest test but got off to a catastrophic start.
Andrade hurt him in the opening round then, in the second, knocked him down with a right-left combination.
Williams gamely battled back and forced Andrade into a brawl at times, which the American regularly spoiled by holding.
The ninth round was Williams' best - a right hand rocked Andrade but he couldn't follow up with another blow and the moment slipped away.
The fight was scored 118-109, 118-109 and 116-111 in Andrade's favour.
Joe Calzaghe, who Williams was aiming to emulate as a world champion from Wales, said: "Brave effort by Williams tonight. Hurt early but came back and showed he belongs at world level hurting Andrade in the ninth.
"Bad ref, frustrating and allowed way too much holding!"
Williams, after two losses to Liam Smith in 2017, had reinvented himself and was on a superb seven-fight win streak which earned him this mandatory opportunity.
Instead, the night belonged to the southpaw Andrade who delivered a reminder that he is a tricky customer in his fourth world title defence.
Unbeaten in 30, he will be looking towards the middleweight division's other champions - Gennadiy Golovkin, Ryota Murata and Jermall Charlo.
I watched the highlights earlier . It looked like Williams got beat up a bit.
Decent fight. UD was predictable, but Williams' effort deserves mentioning.
I know it's the done thing to give props to a plucky effort but I thought Williams was completely out of his depth to be honest. Andrade to me looked like he put a bit too much into trying to take Williams out early, almost got it done to be fair. He was blowing for the remainder of the fight. Williams landed two decent punches. The animal that he's supposed to have become never came out of it's cage. Even when the door was open, to be honest it looked like he didn't fancy chancing it.
Yeah i kind of agree with the above
He may have been brave and he did seem to start getting a foothold after a bit, but it was like he turned up relying on some sort of ruggedness
first few rounds at least he was walking in uneducated, i didnt like it at all, right from the start i was thinking - cummon mate if you do that again hes just gonna punch you really hard in the face
A division with some good fighters and here I am trying to justify the work of an opponent seemingly doomed from the start. I just watched a video of Andrade & Charllo at a fight. He str8 up got an attitude and said he wanted to fight Booboo.
"Whatchu lookint at me crazy for? lets make the fight" To those words charlo walked away- 3 years later we got Liam Williams instead
Unfortunately it pretty much went how I thought it would. But he really shouldn’t have got caught with so many uppercuts. Slightly disappointing to be honest, but no doubting Williams’s courage.
I just wished he’d been a little smarter.
Decent highlights, Andrade simply is smarter, stronger, controlled the ring. Circled to his left & his right stop on a dime with rapid fire. Nasty uppercuts, lead lefts, hooks, switched up southpaw to orthodox. A bit of a clinic, definately proved he didn't fight a pushover.
Rather he made it look like Liam was a pushover.