Brian Castaño says he will do everything he can to take his undisputed 154lbs rematch with Jermell Charlo out of the judges’ hands following their split draw back in July.
Both Castaño and Charlo were vocal in feeling they had done enough to become undisputed champion during their first encounter, and ten days out from their Carson rematch, the Argentinian says he is hunting a conclusive win this time around.
“I do believe that I won the first fight,” Castaño said after his media workout. “It might have been by a small margin, but I won it. This time, we’re going to try everything to make sure we don’t leave the fight in the hands of the judges.
“We had a lot to learn from the first fight with Charlo. One of the biggest things that I learned is to be more cautious at times while I’m in the ring. He’s powerful, but I’m going to bring my power too. We learned from the first fight and we’re going to correct any errors we made. “I’m always going to fight whoever the fans want me to face. Give me the name, and I’m ready to go. I want to fight the best. Elite opponents are what motivate me.”