Via Ken Hissner: At Dignity Sports Park, Carson, California, Saturday via Showtime, the world’s top boxing champions appeared in the Main Event in a rematch since their draw in July for the world championship belt. unify WBC, WBA & IBF Super Welterweight Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo stops WBO World Super Welterweight Champion Brian Carlos Castano in the tenth round.
In this feature, the undefeated Jaron “Boots” Ennis in the Korean weight division stopped the previously unbeaten Custio “War Machine” Clayton for two rounds, remaining the most evasive opponent in his squad. . He has scored his nineteenth goal in his last twenty matches, including a zero.
During the Main Event, WBC, WBA & IBF World Super Welter champion Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo, 35-1-1 (19), #152 ¾, of Richmond, TX, intercepted WBO World Super champion Welter Brian Carlos Castano, 17 years old -1-2 (12), #153 ¾, of Isidro Casanova, Buenos Aires, ARG, with the score 2:33 of the tenth of a 12.
In the first round, most of Costano’s rights fell forward as Charlo entered the body. Castano landed with his right hand in the second round while Charlo countered with his right hand. In the third round, Castano came back pretty well to get to the next round.
In the fourth round, Castano stepped into the power of Charlo. It went back and forth on the fifth round, ending the round in a heated exchange between the two.
Castano continued to move forward, gaining the right to plunge and land in the sixth round, while Charlo responded with his own right. In the round of 16, Castano put pressure on Charlo as high as possible, especially his dashes. At the last minute of the tenth round, a short left hook from Charlo from the chin and knocking Costano sent Costano to an eight point count by referee Jerry Cantu. After the count was over, he was again dropped by Charlo with a left hook, ending the match as referee Cantu waved his hand.
In the co-feature, the farthest boxer in the division, Jaron “Boots” Ennis, 29-0-1nc (27), #146 ¼, of Philadelphia, PA, stopped Custio “War Machine” Clayton, 19 -1- 1 (12), #146 ½, of Ottawa, Ontario, CAN, at 2:49 of the second round of the 12 IBF scheduled qualifying rounds.
In the second round, Ennis landed with a pair of jabs, followed by a devastating handball just to the side of Clayton’s head, and he went down. He beat the count but tripped over the rope when umpire Ray Corona wisely swatted it away.
Super Bantam Kevin “Chacal” Gonzalez, 25-0-1 (13), #121, of Culiacon, Sinaloa, MEX, in a fight defeated Emanuel “Bevo” Rivera, 19-3 (12), #121 ¾ , of Toa Baja, PR, more than 10 rounds.
It went back and forth in an all-out fight in the first three innings. In the sixth round, Rivera was kicked by Gonzalez in the final seconds, this is the stronger player of the two.
In the ninth round, Gonzalez had a slight advantage in an all-out fight. In the tenth and final inning, Rivera rocked Gonzalez with a punch right to the chin at midfield. In the end, Rivera did enough to get the round. The referee is Gerard White.
Scores are 96-94, 97-93 and 98-92, for this writer 97-93.