"On Saturday I will be a damn lion”: Jarmell Charlo | Video
Jermell CharloAmerican boxer, unified super welterweight champion, asked this Wednesday Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez Do not underestimate him ahead of this Saturday's fight at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada where the Mexican will display his super middleweight titles.
In the face of combat, the American said:
Don't underestimate my experience, my power and my abilities. On Saturday I'll be a damn lion.
Charlo comes into combat with a track record of 35 victories, 19 by knockout, a defeat and a draw. However, their last fight was in May 2022when he retained his belts from the Argentine Brian Castaño.
The native of Lafayette, Louisiana, who will go up two divisions to challenge Alvarez Barraganadded:
Canelo has never fought a gladiator of my caliber, I know he has fought many boxers, great ones, but what I will bring to the table is different from what he has seen. I thank you for agreeing to fight me, but I know how to win.
The American seeks to take away from his rivals super middleweight champion titles of the World Association, the World Council, the International Federation and the World Boxing Organization.
I have a lot going for me to continue my legacy. I have to be quick with all my boxing tools so that the fans win on Saturday night with a good fight. The training camp was hard and now I have to focus on Canelo, who is a boxer who has nothing to prove.
I affirm that He has fought his entire career for an opportunity like thisface Álvarez, former best pound for pound boxer and one of the most media of the moment.
We finally arrived at this moment. I just know that I am blessed and grateful. I am one of the best boxers of this new era. I deserve to be in this fight to prove my worth.
(With information from EFE)
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