Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano clash in a huge super-welterweight title fight this weekend and the winner will be crowned the undisputed 154lbs champion.
The pair battled out a split-decision draw last year and this rematch was originally set to take in March. However, Castano was forced to withdraw from that planned bout through injury.
Charlo brings the WBA, WBC and IBF titles to the ring and El Boxi is the WBO champion. With all four major belts on the line one fighter will walk away as the undisputed king.
The fight will take place in the early hours of Sunday, 15th May, 2022.
The show gets on the road at 2am UK time. The main event will take place a little later, with the fighters expected to ring walk at around 4am.
The contest will take place at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Los Angeles, California. The venue boasts a 27,000-seat main stadium and is the home to MLS side LA Galaxy.
The fight will be shown live on Showtime in the US and, in the UK, the bout will be on the Premier Boxing Champions YouTube channel.
Charlo is the 4/9 favourite, with Castano a 13/8 shot and a repeat of last year's draw is rated a 14/1 chance. Iron man is currently 13/10 to get the decision this time around and 5/2 to stop El Boxi.
All four major belts are on the line in this undisputed super-welterweight showdown. Charlo holds the WBA, WBC and IBF titles, while Castano is the WBO champ. The pair couldn't be separated in their first bout, but we may see a new 154lbs king crowned this time around.
Charlo has just one defeat on his 36-fight card and that was a shock loss to Tony Harrison back in 2018. Iron Man went off to get his revenge on Harrison and the American's draw against Castano is the only other blip on his record.
The Texas puncher has good wins over Vanes Martirosyan and Jeison Rosario and Iron Man carries respectable power in this division.
Charlo has seen seven of his last eight wins come via stoppage and the Texas puncher will be hoping to add another knockout victory to his record this weekend.
Castano is unbeaten in 19 professional contests. El Boxi battled to a draw against Erislandy Lara in 2019 and that came prior to the stalemate against Charlo.
The Argentine has a good win over Michel Soro on his card and he has 12 knockout victories to date.
However, the power hasn't been as prominent as El Boxi has stepped up in class and only two of Castano's last six fights have failed to go the distance.
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