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Former IBF Jr Middleweight world champion, Jermall ‘The Hitman’ Charlo (26-0) addressed the media alongside his brother, the reigning WBC Jr Middleweight champion Jermell Charlo (30-0) this past weekend at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York prior to Deontay Wilder’s one round destruction of Bermane Stiverne in their rematch. A number of topics were discussed among them, Jermall touched on his and his brother’s fighting style and mentality as well as revealing the details of the last sparring session they had. Jermall also sized up a number of potential future rivals at middleweight. Among the names discussed include middleweight divisional kingpin Gennady Golovkin as well as addressing the ongoing back and forth with long-time rival Demetrius Andrade.

Both the Charlo brothers seem to repeat a phrase growing in popularity, ‘lions only’ and Jermall Charlo delved into what that statement truly means by explaining the importance of being in fan-friendly fights. “I know the worst s**t that can happen in there, me losing my life in there and I understand the risk. But I’m still going to give y’all all I can. My mindset is either I’m going to knock his ass out or he is going to knock my ass out and I’m ready, anybody I’m ready to fight and stand in there and give these people what they want to see” Jermall stated. Charlo went on to explain what is central to providing action-packed fights to his and Jermell’s mindset when inside the squared circle, Jermall stressed importance of ‘murderous intentions’ as he explained ‘I hope every time when I train I hit him with something he hasn’t seen or hasn’t prepared for; that is what I work so hard for, I want to take my opponent out!’ Jermall added.

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