Unbeaten middleweight contender Jermall Charlo (26-0, 20 KOs) and WBA World junior middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade (24-0, 16 KOs) had a warmed dialog last Saturday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. There were no clench hands tossed, however you could tell there was some ill will between them.
Andrade, 29, didn't care for the look Charlo gave him when he was strolling by him. So promptly, Andrade attacked Charlo, asking him to setup a battle between them. This is clearly a remainder from when Charlo was a best on the planet at 154. He and Andrade should battle each other at a certain point, however the match never occurred. Andrade still needs to battle Charlo, however now both of them are battling in various divisions and have a different way.
harlo got it done last Saturday night in vanquishing harmed #1 WBC Jorge Sebastian Heiland (29-5-2, 16 KOs) by a fourth round knockout to end up plainly the compulsory challenger to WBC middleweight champion Gennady "GGG" Golovkin. Charlo will get a title shot or have the WBC belt conceivably given to him if Golovkin picks not to battle him. Saul Canelo Alvarez and GGG battle on September 16. Canelo said as of now that he's not intrigued by the WBC belt in the event that he beats Golovkin. Charlo is in the position to grab the title this year.
Here's a portion of the trade amongst Andrade and Charlo:
Andrade to Charlo: "You need to battle? How about we do it at that point. Why you continually talking this way?"
Charlo: "Why you continually talking? Why you continually running your mouth?"
Andrade: "I'm not running my mouth. You're gazing upward and down at me all insane and expletive. Why you taking a gander at me insane however? In this way, how about we set up a battle together. You ain't got the chance to continue looking all insane and expletive."
A battle amongst Andrade and Charlo would be a decent one, yet it's likely not going to happen at any point in the near future. Andrade needs to clear his WBA 154lb title and climb in weight to middleweight, on the grounds that Charlo is hoping to assume control over the middleweight division at the present time. Battling Andrade would be a regressive move for Charlo, as he's focusing on Golovkin and Canelo at 160. Andrade doesn't have a sufficiently major name at the present time for Charlo to get much in battling him. The enormous cash for Charlo will come when/in the event that he battles Canelo vs GGG PPV.