Via Robert Segal: Sebastian Fundora was impressed with IBF/WBA/WBC middleweight champion Jermell Charlo’s tenth round knockout win over WBO champion Brian Castano in their undisputed 154-lb championship tonight. .
As the must-have WBC-lb for Jermell, Fundora (19-0, 1 13 KOs) wants his belt shot and he feels he has a high-pressure fighting style so he can do better. he.
Charlo showed his strength tonight, defeating Castano twice in the tenth round before the competition was halted. What Fundora noted was that Jermell looked exhausted from the pressures on him.
“It was a very good fight, an interesting fight,” said Sebastian ‘The Towering Inferno’ Fundora. Against TV Hubreact to Jermell Charlo’s knockout win over Brian Castano.
“What am I supposed to say? They showed themselves. Castano was there to put pressure, and Charlo was there with his power punches,” Fundora continued.
“They fought great. I don’t see him bringing him down,” Fundora said when asked if he saw Charlo bring Castano down. “I see him [Jermell] break more, honestly.
“He couldn’t stand the pressure. He was not one to like pressure that much, but his strength was still there, and Castano was careless, and he was arrested. I feel like a stronger fighter [than Castano].
“I am the stronger fighter between Castano and myself, and I think that will create some distance. I’m another pressure fighter, and I also enjoy applying pressure. We’ll see when that fight [Jermell] happen.
“He just said Ellie Sechback for a year. I am required; I didn’t want to wait a year,” Fundora said of not wanting to wait a year before he secured the title against undisputed 154-lb champion Jermell Charlo.
“If it were up to me, I would fight him tomorrow, but he has to celebrate. He is undisputed; respect him; he made it. Congratulations, but I want the next [against Jermell].
“Pressure, I put pressure,” Fundora said when asked if he saw any flaws in tonight’s game against Jermell Charlo. “I put pressure on. It is bothering him. I feel like he got a little tired of that.
“I feel like offensive behavior is the best defense. I’m going to punch him when he tries to punch me,” Fundora said when asked how he would deal with Jermell’s outburst at offense.
“You can’t think when you’ve been hit by a bullet. You worry about blocking and all that, move away. So the best way to handle that is to hit him first.
“Hey, if he can handle me in 12, that’s the question,” Fundora said of Jermell. “That’s what I feel. We shall see. I’m just getting stronger. Charlo is the next person we want. He’s not the undisputed champion. I respect him again, but we want him next,” said Fundora.