Jermell Charlo-Brian Castano live results and analysis

Jermell Charlo Brian Castano live results and analysis

SAN ANTONIO — Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano aim to put their names in the record books on Saturday night as one will become the undisputed junior middleweight champion. Charlo enters the bout as a -260 favorite, according to Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill.

The winner will join Josh Taylor, Teofimo Lopez, Bernard Hopkins, Jermain Taylor, Terence Crawford and Oleksandr Usyk as undisputed champions in the four-belt era.

Charlo (34-1), the current WBC, WBA and IBF titleholder, earned his gold with wins over Jeison Rosario last September and Tony Harrison in December 2019. Castano (17-0-1) beat Patrick Teixeira in February to win the WBO strap.

The PBC-promoted fight will be broadcast on Showtime with the three-bout main card beginning at 9 p.m. ET.

The other title fight on the card features Rolando Romero defending his WBA interim lightweight title against Anthony Yigit. The undefeated Romero (13-0) beat Jackson Martinez in August to win the title. Yigit (24-1-1) is making his first appearance since June 2019.

Follow along throughout the night as we provide results and analysis for every fight on the card.

Fight in progress: Pablo Rubio Jr. vs. Eric Manriquez, 6 rounds, featherweights

Medina rolls with first-round KO

Amed Medina of Los Angeles improved to 3-0 with three knockouts, earning a first-round TKO of Reginald Hinson. The 18-year-old was making his U.S. debut after two fights in Mexico.

Medina, a featherweight, floored Hinson with a left hook that he never recovered from. Hinson (1-1, 0 KOs) made it back to his feet, but was in no shape to continue and the referee waved it off at 2:03 of the opening round.

Zavala kicks off the night with KO over West

Robert Zavala Jr., a heavyweight fighting out of Del Rio, Texas, remained unbeaten with a third-round KO of Levi West.

Zavala (2-0, 2 KOs) dropped West in Round 2 and then finished him off in Round 3 by sending him through the ropes. Zavala enjoyed a 55-pound weight advantage, tipping the scales at 254 while West came in as a cruiserweight at 199.2 pounds. West, who is from San Antonio, twice spit out his mouthpiece to buy time.

The fight was called off at 1:49 of Round 3.

Still to come:

  • Title fight: Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano, 12 rounds, for Charlo’s IBF, WBC and WBA junior middleweight titles and Castano’s WBO junior middleweight title

  • Title fight: Rolando Romero vs. Anthony Yigit, 12 rounds, for Romero’s WBA interim lightweight title

  • Amilcar Vidal vs. Immanuwel Aleem, 10 rounds, middleweights

  • Bakhram Murtazaliev vs. Khiary Gray, 8 rounds, junior middleweights

  • Roberto Zavala Jr. vs. Levi James West, 4 rounds, heavyweights

  • Xavier Nunez vs. David Alfaro, 4 rounds, featherweights

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