Jermall Charlo sends message to David Benavidez


While it might appear as though it is anything but a serious deal with what Jermall is requesting regarding a catchweight battle, it very well may be a lot for Benavidez.

The person is scarcely making 168 for what it’s worth, and requesting that he get down to 164.5 or 165 could be the limit.

Let’s be honest; Benavidez ought to battle at 175 with different warriors his size. He’s been softening down for a very long an ideal opportunity to battle at 168 against warriors a lot more modest than himself.

Jermall would not like to need to go as far as possible up to 168 in his first battle in the division to take on previous WBC 168-lb champion Benavidez.

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