Twin brother of Jermell Charlo, Jermall Charlo started training boxing with their father. Despite being forced out of U.S. Olympic Team qualifications with a toe injury, Charlo ended his amateur career with a 65-6 record.
Jermall Charlo made his professional boxing debut on Aug. 12, 2008, and he has remained undefeated since. On Sept. 12, 2015, Charlo defeated Wilky Campfort to win the IBF Junior Middleweight Championship, a title which he has since defended successfully three times.
Andrade: We All Need A Statement Fight”
Charlo Rejected “Lucrative” Offer To Fight Canelo
“Andrade Has Not Fought Anyone Elite”
Munguia Needed O’Sullivan Win
Jacobs Unhappy with Chavez, Eyes Bigger Fights in 2020
Hearn Makes Offer To Charlo For One Fight Deal
Canelo Vacates WBO Title
Charlo Claims Andrade Uses DAZN As A Shield
Charlo Finishes Hogan, Retains WBC Title