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Jermell Charlo : Austin Trout Mistaken, If He Thinks Am Jermall

Jermell Charlo : Austin Trout Mistaken, If He Thinks Am Jermall


Jermell Charlo(30-0, 15 KOs) will be facing Austin Trout(31-4, 17 KOs), who his brother Jermall defeated two years ago via unanimous decision and has made clear the Trout team will be making a big mistake, if they for him similarly as they did against his brother.

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Jermell Charlo will face Trout as the opener of a two-bout broadcast Saturday night from Staples Center in Los Angeles while the main event, Leo Santa Cruz (34-1-1, 19 KOs) will defend his WBA “super” featherweight title against Abner Mares (31-2-1, 15 KOs).

“We did that for a few years already [fought in the same division] and all I hear is people saying, ‘Who’s the better fighter? Who’s the better twin? Who this and that?,’ ” Jermell Charlo told during an open workout last week in Century City, California. “My brother’s great. I’m great. And we’ll never fight each other. That’s not our objective. Our objective is never to compare each other or compare our skills. So the mistake that they’re making right now is trying to put somebody in at this complete level that we’re at right now and say, ‘OK, you had a close fight with Jermall. Now let’s face Jermell.’

“We have two opposite, different trainers. [Our] body mass is different. The whole nine yards is different with us. So I don’t necessarily believe – if they stick to the game plan, to what they did against Jermall, that’s a mistake. Now I wanna have a good time and I wanna entertain y’all guys. But if they’re going in there, thinking I’m my brother, that’s a rude awakening.”

Jermell Charlo has refused comparing himself with his brother Jermall and has stated clearly, he doesn't want to fight his brother, that's why he loves his move to middleweight.

“It definitely could become a little slightly frustrating because I don’t never wanna fight my brother,” Jermell Charlo said. “You know, like today on the plane, he was like, ‘Man, I’m better than you, anyway. Shut up. Shut up.’ But that’s fine, you know? I always tell my brother that I’m better than him because that makes him strive harder and work harder. He looks good. He’s a solid fighter. And I mean, as long as he’s stylin’ and profilin’ and I’m stylin’ and profilin’, and we’re giving y’all the knockouts, you will always see the Charlos.

“Because after my fight, he gotta get ready for a fight. And after he fight – so guess who really gonna be running boxing? Y’all wanted to know who the new faces of boxing is, it’s them guys that they showing the most. We’re on TV more than Triple-G, obviously. You see what I’m saying? Because we are the Charlos. So every time my brother gets on there, I’m on there. … As long as we’re winning and we’re giving y’all dominant performances, I mean, what can I say?”
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