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There is lots on the line on Sunday when Jermell Charlo and Brian Castaño fight it out but Aussie Tim Tszyu will also be seeing closely.

Tszyu is in line to fight the winner and will be seeing the fight from his sofa in lockdown.

“Castaño can make matters rough – he’s unpredictable – while Charlo is more of a classical kind of boxer,” Tszyu instructed Key Event’s Ben Damon.

“I’m not expecting something breathtaking from Charlo – he will use his jab – and I imagine he will most likely get the points earn with out on the lookout far too astounding.”

Tszyu’s promoter George Rose instructed The Sun-Herald in April he would be well prepared to invest $10 million to secure a fight with possibly Charlo or Castaño.

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Undesirable blood spilt out on Saturday at a heated weigh-in prior to the blockbuster bout among Charlo and Castaño.

Triple world champion Charlo fights for an undisputed world wide super welterweight crown on Sunday when he faces Argentina’s Castaño at San Antonio, Texas.

The showdown of 31-12 months-aged fighters marks the very first time all four big 154-pound crowns — Charlo’s WBA, WBC and IBF titles and Castaño’s WBO belt — will be at stake in the same bout.

It was not the two fighters by themselves though that confirmed the strongest indicators of animosity though, with Castaño’s manager Sebastian Contursi clashing with Charlo.

Castaño and Charlo though created guaranteed to trade verbal phrases as they posed for pictures, with the latter in distinct receiving animated.

Castaño weighed in at 153.3 kilos though Charlo later on stepped onto the scales and weighed 153 kilos even.

Speaking before in the 7 days, Charlo was well prepared to place his legacy on the line on Sunday.

“My encounter within and exterior of the ring has all led up to this,” Charlo explained.

“Now is the time for me to place it all on the line.”

Charlo, 34-one with eighteen knockouts, gained his WBC crown more than fellow American Tony Harrison in December 2019 — avenging his only career defeat — and took the other folks previous September with an eighth-round knockout of Dominican Jeison Rosario.

Triple world champion Jermell Charlo fights for an undisputed global super welterweight crown when he faces Argentina's Brian Castaño. (Photo by Meg Oliphant / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / AFP)
Triple world champion Jermell Charlo fights for an undisputed world wide super welterweight crown when he faces Argentina’s Brian Castaño. (Photo by Meg Oliphant / GETTY Illustrations or photos NORTH The united states / AFP)Supply: AFP

“This is huge. It is a legacy fight for me and I’m completely ready for it,” Charlo explained.

“This is a big fight since it’s record for me… The belts and the revenue are not on my intellect. What’s on my intellect is the legacy.”

Castaño, 17- with a single drawn and twelve knockouts, defeated Brazil’s Patrick Teixeira by unanimous decision previous February to claim the WBO crown.

“This is the fight of my existence,” Castaño explained.

“I’m out for glory. I want to be the very first in record to be undisputed champion at 154 kilos in the four-belt era. This will be the hardest fight of my career.”

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Charlo, whose twin brother Jermall is the unbeaten WBC middleweight champion, states he is in peak situation following schooling camp.

“Castaño is a good fighter who puts on a good deal of stress, but I know my skills and I know my electrical power,” Char
lo explained.

“I’m in my key. You are heading to see a more developed Jermell Charlo. I guarantee you are heading to see a top pound-for-pound fighter.”

Castaño explained Charlo has never faced any person with his model and selection of strategies to assault.

“I’m the kind of fighter that is usually heading following you. I’m usually there to stress you,” Castaño explained. “I will go away my coronary heart in the ring.”

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