Jermall Charlo Wants To Gain Undisputed Status At 160
Jermall Charlo (32-0, 22 KOs) believes that he doesn’t feel relevant at 160, and he looks forward to repeating the heroics of his twin brother to become the undisputed middleweight.
“The Big Charlo” didn’t capitalize on the situation and failed to battle WBO middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade when he had the chance of doing so.
It’s clear that Jermell’s career has outshone Jermall’s career. One of the reasons why we say that is because the younger Charlo is willing to take on more risks, not necessarily because the elder Charlo does not have the talent of his brother.
“I’m getting overlooked right now in the division. It’s not me, y’all. I’m the 160-pound division,” said Jermall Charlo to Brian Custer’s podcast. “I’m the 160-lb champion.
“Where are all the other belts at? I want all the belts in the division like my brother [Jermell Charlo]. I want to be able to unify and become one of the best middleweights in history,” said Jermall.
At 32, Jermall may not have enough time to become the undisputed champion at 160. IBF/WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin is set to hang his gloves after his fight against Canelo Alvarez on September 17th.