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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Sergiy Derevyanchenko

    5-2 Rosario (+2 KD's for Charlo).
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    Dear god

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    G dam got the wind literally knocked out of him

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    Charlo by KO in the 8th.

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    Rosario was more aggressive but he couldn’t handle Charlo’s power at all

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    Jab to the stomach KO?
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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Sergiy Derevyanchenko

    All these people with a mask but not covering the nose lol ...and dam that punch didn't look to have much pop

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    Whatthe fuck even redirected by rosarios elbow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha View Post
    Jab to the stomach KO?
    Crazy ending for a high level fight

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    That was a little bit creepy. Rosario looked like he was electrocuted on the canvas there

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    I think the Charlo brothers solidified their place at the top of their divisions

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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Sergiy Derevyanchenko

    Charlo twins Jermell and Jermall put on a show Saturday with impressive world title wins in the boxing ring at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.

    Jermell Charlo knocked out Jeison Rosario with a brutal blow to the body in the eighth round of their super welterweight unification bout.

    In his first fight since he won the WBC belt with a knockout of Tony Harrison in December, Charlo added Rosario's WBA and IBF belts to his collection.

    Charlo stopped Rosario 21 seconds into the eighth round with a left jab that sent the Dominican sprawling onto his back.

    Rosario lay shuddering on the canvas, finally trying to rise but unable to beat the count from referee Harvey Dock.

    Charlo, who improved to 34-1 with 18 knockouts, had knocked Rosario down twice -- in the first and sixth rounds -- on the way to victory.

    Charlo was credited with a knockdown in round one, when in a wild push forward he backed Rosario up, the Dominican's foot appearing to slip as Charlo landed a hook to his head.

    Rosario, who fell to 20-2 with one drawn and 14 wins inside the distance, got Charlo's attention with his punching power.

    He backed Charlo into the ropes with a left hook early in the fifth and Dock warned Charlo in the middle of the round for pushing Rosario down by his head.

    The fifth ended with a tough exchange, Rosario landing a hard jab before Charlo backed him up with a right.

    Rosario came out on the attack in the sixth, but was warned by Dock in the middle of the round for low blows.

    Charlo tagged him with a hard left hook that dropped him to one knee shortly before the round ended. He answered the count moments before the bell rang and he still looked wobbly on the way to his corner.

    "I definitely proved that I'm more than just a puncher, but I'm also a puncher," said Charlo, who left the ring at the spectator-less arena with all three belts draped around him calling out "Team Charlo!"

    Earlier in the evening, Jermall Charlo battered Sergiy Derevyanchenko on the way to a unanimous decision victory to retain his WBC middleweight crown.

    The 30-year-old American champion overcame stubborn resistance from the Ukrainian challenger to extend his unbeaten record to 31 fights.

    But he was pushed all the way by Derevyanchenko, who fell to 13-3 with the defeat.

    Derevyanchenko, bleeding from cuts around both eyes, launched a furious late onslaught in the 12th round as he chased a knockout.

    But Charlo, leading comfortably on points, had too much savvy to let victory slip and closed out a third defence of his WBC belt.




    - 'I passed the test' -

    The three judges scored Charlo a convincing winner, handing the champion victory by margins of 116-112, 117-111 and 118-110.

    "I executed the game plan. It was the biggest test of my career and I passed test," he said. "I knew he was going to be tough, and I knew he was going to come to fight.

    "I wanted to knock him out and make a statement. But getting through it and getting the decision was a statement in itself."

    It was another disappointing defeat for the stocky Derevyanchenko, who had lost two previous world title fights including a disputed decision against Gennadiy Golovkin in October last year.

    In other early card action, John Riel Casimero of the Philippines made a successful first defence of his WBO bantamweight crown on Saturday, knocking out Ghana's Duke Micah in the third round.

    Undefeated super bantamweight Luis Nery of Mexico earned a 12-round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten compatriot Aaron Alameda to claim the vacant WBC super bantamweight title.

    Nery saw his 11-fight knockout streak end, but improved to 31-0 with 24 knockouts while Alameda fell to 25-1 with 13 wins inside the distance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    I think the Charlo brothers solidified their place at the top of their divisions
    Jermell definitely top dog at 154 but Mall showed he belongs with the elite but did nothing to leapfrog them. I'm seeing lots of so-called "experts" who state Golovkin's record is garbage all of a sudden anointing Mall the next coming for beating Dere. Funny, very funny. God forbid had he stopped him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    I think the Charlo brothers solidified their place at the top of their divisions
    Jermell definitely top dog at 154 but Mall showed he belongs with the elite but did nothing to leapfrog them. I'm seeing lots of so-called "experts" who state Golovkin's record is garbage all of a sudden anointing Mall the next coming for beating Dere. Funny, very funny. God forbid had he stopped him.
    I think that Jermall beat Derevyanchenko easier than either Jacobs or GGG (I thought GGG lost). Jacobs has moved up and I think GGG is aging and isn’t what he used to be. Canelo has also moved up. I can’t imagine he is coming back down to middleweight to fight Charlo. That means you basically have Andrade left who Charlo just passed if not already ahead.

    I think GGG is the only one you could say could be ahead of him but I doubt GGG fights him to prove that he’s better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    I think the Charlo brothers solidified their place at the top of their divisions
    Jermell definitely top dog at 154 but Mall showed he belongs with the elite but did nothing to leapfrog them. I'm seeing lots of so-called "experts" who state Golovkin's record is garbage all of a sudden anointing Mall the next coming for beating Dere. Funny, very funny. God forbid had he stopped him.
    I think that Jermall beat Derevyanchenko easier than either Jacobs or GGG (I thought GGG lost). Jacobs has moved up and I think GGG is aging and isn’t what he used to be. Canelo has also moved up. I can’t imagine he is coming back down to middleweight to fight Charlo. That means you basically have Andrade left who Charlo just passed if not already ahead.

    I think GGG is the only one you could say could be ahead of him but I doubt GGG fights him to prove that he’s better.
    GGGs team said long ago “we will never fight Charlo” I can provide video, in fact I can provide multiple videos because they said it on multiple occasions.

    GGG isn’t going to fight Charlo, GGGs fans first excused it by “Charlo doesn’t deserve it”. Mind you this is after Charlo earned mandatory status. Now they have to try and tear him down. They will claim Charlo’s fans are propping him up, has anyone seen that? If the Charlo’s even have fans all they want is 3gift Golovkin to fight Charlo. Such terrible fans wanting a highly ranked fighter to fight another highly ranked fighter. The gall

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