Comparing & Contrasting the Charlo Twins – Jermall & Jermell Charlo Look to Both Hold World Titles Saturday
Comparing & Contrasting the Charlo Twins
Jermall & Jermell Charlo Look to Both Hold World Titles Saturday, May 21,
LAS VEGAS (May 17, 2016) – Undefeated identical twin brothers Jermall and Jermell Charlo have the opportunity to become boxing’s first twins to hold world championships in the same weight class when they enter the ring this Saturday, May 21 live on SHOWTIME from The Chelsea inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
IBF Junior Middleweight Champion Jermall will defend his title against former champion Austin Trout in the co-main event, while unbeaten Jermell will battle fellow contender John Jackson for the vacant WBC Super Welterweight World Championship in the opening bout. The SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® tripleheader begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT and is headlined by WBA 154-pound champion Erislandy Lara in a rematch against top contender Vanes Martirosyan.
Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by Mayweather Promotions and TGB Promotions, are on-sale now. Ticket prices start at $39, and are available online at www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com or through Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000; www.ticketmaster.com.
While they definitely have their similarities – look the same, have one letter different in their first names, have the same dreams and goals in the same sport – like any sibling relationship, they also have their differences. One likes the color black and while the other likes white. One likes horse racing, one likes basketball. However, one of the things they agree on most, is their desire to make history.
“We never dreamed of being able to make history on the same night and on the same card together,” said Jermell. “It makes it even more intense. The stakes are much bigger.”
“We’ve always planned on making history and the time is now,” said Jermall. “I need him to go in there and do his job and at the end of the night, we’ll both have our hands raised.”
For more information on the Charlos’ similarities and differences, please see the chart below:
|Professional Record||23-0 (18 KOs)||27-0 (12 KOs)|
|Birthday||May 19, 1990
(one minute older)
|May 19, 1990
(one minute younger)
|May 21 Opponent||Austin Trout||John Jackson|
Current Boxing Status
|IBF Junior Middleweight World Champion||Fighting for Vacant WBC Super Welterweight World Title|
|Trainer||Ronnie Shields||Derrick James|
|Height||6 ‘0 “||5 ’11”|
|Favorite Thing About Your Brother||How nonchalant he is about things||That he’s a control freak|
|Favorite Music To Listen To/Train To||80’s Soul||Hip-Hop & R&B|
|Favorite Boxing Exercise||Running||Sit up and punch drill|
|Favorite Sport Other Than Boxing (to Play/Watch)||Horse Racing||Basketball, I’m a fanatic|
|Favorite Vehicle You Own||Mercedes GLE (AMG)||Mercedes 550|
|Favorite Shoes/Outfit||Rick Owens Runners’||Lions Only Hat|
|Favorite Junk Food||Salt & Vinegar Chips||Wingstop|
|Favorite Health Food||Kale Salad||Ground Turkey|
|Favorite Movie||Don’t have a favorite||Shottas|
|Favorite Reality Show||Don’t really watch TV||Don’t really watch TV|
|Celebrity Crush Growing Up||Jada Pinkett Smith||Pink|
|Your Perfect Vacation||Bora Bora||Anywhere in Greece|
|First Expensive Thing You Bought As A Pro||My Cane Corso dog||Rolex|
|Night Owl Or Early Riser||Early riser – 6:30 a.m.||Both|
|Person Outside Of Boxing You Would Most Like To Meet||Serena & Venus Williams||Diddy, because he’s a businessman|
|Boxer You Idolized||Tommy Hearns & Evander Holyfield||Joan Guzman because of his underrated power and ferocious hand speed|
|Athlete You Idolize (Not A Boxer)||Allen Iverson||Chris Paul|
|One Person You Would Invite Over For Dinner (Dead or Alive)||Jay-Z||Albert Einstein|
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