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The fight was what it promised to be, an explosive affair with a knockout ending almost assured. But the manner in which Jermell Charlo, the identical twin brother of the undefeated former Jr Middleweight champion, Jermall Charlo. The victory has sought to raise the stock behind the evergrowing Charlo brand with an emphatic and brutal destruction of Lubin inside of 141 seconds of the first bell. 

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