- Jermell Charlo is the reigning undisputed junior middleweight champion of the world.
- Charlo holds a professional record of 35 wins, two losses, and one draw.
- Charlo is coming off a loss from Canelo Alvarez.
Jermall Charlo is one of the famous Charlo twins and is the current undisputed junior middleweight world champion of the world. He received his second professional defeat at the hands of Canelo Alvarez via unanimous decision when he moved up two divisions up to challenge him for the undisputed super middleweight titles in September 2023.
Before that loss to Alvarez, he after knocked out Brian Carlos Castano in last May 2022 to unify all four major boxing belts (IBF, WBA, WBC, and WBO). He and Castano fought in a split draw result in July 2021.
Because of this triumph, the “Iron Man” is now a household name in online sports betting, particularly in boxing odds.
When Is Jermell Charlo’s Next Fight?
Jermell Charlo’s next opponent has yet to be determined, but during the post-fight interview after his fight with Alvarez, he called out Terence Crawford and wants another mega-fight against another undisputed world champion.
— SHOWTIME Boxing (@ShowtimeBoxing) October 1, 2023
Jermell Charlo Boxing Record and Titles
- Boxing record: 35-2-1
- Wins by TKO/KO: 19
- Wins by decision: 16
- Number of world titles won: 4
- World titles won: WBC World Junior Middleweight title, WBA World Junior Middleweight title, IBF World Junior Middleweight title, and WBO World Junior Middleweight title.
- Number of title defenses: 2
Jermell Charlo Notable Wins
Jermell Charlo’s pile of wins includes the notable names of Demetrius Hopkins, John Jackson, Charles Hatley, Erickson Lubin, Austin Trout, Jorge Cota, Tony Harrison, Jeison Rosario, and Brian Carlos Castaño.
Jermell Charlo Boxing Earnings
Jermell Charlo’s estimated boxing earnings are over $4.5 million since competing professionally in December 2007. He is his promoter and negotiates the terms and contracts of his fights through the Lions Only Promotion, thus securing four successive six-figure single-fight payouts in his last four fights.
Charlo’s biggest single-fight purse came in his fight with Canelo Alvarez on September 30 he was expected to pocket a minimum of $1.5 million from that fight.
Jermell Charlo Trainer, Coach and Cornermen
Jermell Charlo was first trained by Ronnie Shields alongside his twin brother, Jermall Charlo, for the first eight years of his professional career, where they usually train and spar together. However, in 2015, the “Iron Man” felt he needed to leave his original camp to sharpen his boxing skills further.
Jermell Charlo hired renowned boxing coach Derrick James as his next trainer. James developed Charlo ingo a knockout artist; his undisputed world title triumph was a key testament to it. After making the coaching switch, the fighter out of Lafayette, Louisiana, was able to finish and knock out seven of his last 10 opponents.
Aside from Jermell, Derrick James also trains boxing champion Errol Spence Jr. and rising star Burley Brooks.
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