Brian Castano Doesn’t Want To Leave Rematch With Jermell Charlo In Judges’ Hands

The light middleweight champions, Brian Castano (17-0, 12 KOs) and Jermell Charlo (32-0, 22 KOs), are set to battle each other again on May 14 at the Showtime main event.

The neutrals are finding it hard to see who has the edge in this fight.

However, Castano held a press conference and expressed his thoughts about their split last summer and the stakes for the upcoming battle.

“First and foremost, it is a great honor to be fighting in front of the Latino fans in Southern California,” Castano said.

“My message to the fans is that I cannot promise to win the fight, but I do promise to leave it all out in the ring. We will try everything to lift all four belts on fight night,” Castano added.

“Regardless of what everyone thinks, I can say with confidence that I won the first fight. Even though it was by a small margin, I won it in the end. This time, we will try everything in our power to ensure that the fight doesn’t go into the hands of the judges,” Castano concluded.

If the Argentinian boxer secures victory, he will become the undisputed light middleweight champion of the world with a handful of opportunities at his disposal.

Even in this situation, the 32-year-old believes that he will fight whoever the fans want him to fight against.

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