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Jermall Charlo vs Julian Williams Fight Watch Online

Jermall Charlo vs Julian Williams Fight Watch Online

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Jermall Charlo vs Julian Williams Live Boxing

Match Schedule

Event :Boxing
Team : Miocic vs Overeem live
Game day :December 10, 2016
Status : Live/Repeat:Live

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A few months ago there was speculation in boxing circles that perhaps the mandatory fight between junior middleweight titlist Jermall Charlo and No. 1 contender Julian “J Rock” Williams would not happen.

Charlo, some said, wanted to vacate and move up in weight. Others suggested that Charlo (24-0, 18 KOs) was somehow afraid of facing Williams (22-0-1, 14 KOs), a notion that seemed crazy knowing the competitive spirit Charlo possesses. Boxing and rumors, however, go together like Floyd Mayweather and money.

As it turned out, none of it was true. Charlo had no intention of giving up the hard-earned 154-pound world title he won in 2015 and has so far defended twice, including in his biggest win, a unanimous decision against well-respected former titleholder Austin Trout in a competitive fight in May.

The real issue was that Charlo, like millions, had poor vision. He had worn glasses or contact lenses since he was kid. A few years ago, twin brother Jermell Charlo, who also holds a junior middleweight world title, had a procedure to improve his vision.

Jermall, however, elected to put it off and make due in the ring with less than optimal sight.