A clear PPV tournament gave boxing followers exactly what they’d been hoping for on Saturday night. The Charlo twins, Jermell and Jermall, delivered the items in a PPV doubleheader with wins over Jeison Rosario and Sergiy Derevyanchenko, respectively.
In the first most important tournament, Jermall Charlo confirmed why he’s thought to be a number of the finest middleweight boxers on the earth in outlanding Derevyanchenko for a unanimous resolution be pleased to retain his WBC title. The older brother of the two twins looked crisp with his counters and amazing with his defense as he shunned a quantity of the heavy blows coming again from Derevyanchenko, who now has misplaced in his three attempts at securing a title at 160 pounds.
Then, Jermell Charlo outslugged Rosario for a contaminated fabricate in the eighth round to unify three of the four acknowledged titles at 154 pounds. Charlo used to be methodical in his blueprint and brushed off a pair of of Rosario’s early strain to dropped the native of the Dominican Republic twice sooner than sitting him down for merely in the eighth round.
CBS Sports actions used to be be with you at some level of the uncommon pay-per-survey tournament from Uncasville, Connecticut. Relive all of our coverage, highlights and results beneath.
Charlo vs. Rosario fight card
- Jermell Charlo (c) def. Jeison Rosario via eighth-round TKO
- Luis Nery (c) def. Aaron Alameda via unanimous resolution (116-112, 115-113, 118–110)
- Daniel Roman def. Juan Carlos Payano via unanimous resolution (116-112, 116-112, 116-112)