Jermell Charlo vs Erickson Lubin

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Jermell Charlo vs Erickson Lubin
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Date: 
Saturday, October 14, 2017
Location: 
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
154
Titles at Stake: 
WBC World super welterweight title

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Jermell Charlo
                                                                    
10
Erickson Lubin
                                                                    
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Fan Cards: Jermell Charlo vs Erickson Lubin


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JERMELL CHARLO
ERICKSON LUBIN


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JERMELL CHARLO
ERICKSON LUBIN


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ERICKSON LUBIN
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JERMELL CHARLO
ERICKSON LUBIN


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Champion97's picture

Prediction,

Great match up, and part of such an event!

Jermell Charlo is the goods in my opinion, him and his brother Jermall, they have such talent, such dedication, and both are improving each time they fight. Charlo impressed everyone when he knocked Charles Hatley out cold in 6 rounds earlier this year, defending his WBC title, he defeated John Jackson last year, stopping him in 8 rounds, a fight in which Charlo was admittedly behind, but he found the shot to end the fight. Charlo, at 27, is at that career point now, where I think he is in his prime, so I hope we see him in big fights over the next 5 years or so, see how good a fighter he is.

Erikson Lubin has done everything right so far, he can punch, he is fast, he can move, there is little criticism you could give, and his only stand out weakness really is his age and lack of experience at this level, he is 22, with a record of 18-0, he certainly wasn't a late starter in boxing, and to this point, he has wins over Orlando Lora, Ivan Montero, Jorge Cota, not big names, not great fighters, but definitely not bums, and Lubin has been dominant.

If they were both 27, I would really struggle to make a prediction, but because Lubin is only 22, and Charlo has had 11 more contests, fought the better opposition, I think Charlo will win this one.

I think Lubin will be strong early, he'll box, he'll move, he'll give Charlo problems, but Charlo will stay calm, and in the middle rounds, when Lubin maybe has a 4 or 5 round lead, timing, use of power, experience will come into it, and when Charlo finds his opportunity, finds a mistake to capitalise upon, Lubin will go down. I think Lubin will put up a brave fight, get up off the deck 3 times, and respond, winning rounds, showing skills, fitness, talent, hunger, but I think Charlo will stay consistent enough to outbox and outsmart Lubin for periods of time as well in the last few rounds which I think will be so competitive, I think Lubin won't let Charlo find ease for a second, out working the champion at times, and out landing him at times, but never hurting him, and not having the experience to really take over, and not to really hurt Charlo, and I think Charlo will punish an over-eager, over worked Lubin in the last round with strong counter punches, with Lubin, tough to see out the final bell, and having proven a lot.

I think Jermell Charlo will win a unanimous decision, 114-111, 115-110, 116-109, winning the fight, defending his belt, impressing in doing it, sending a message to the other champions and threatening challengers in the division. I think Lubin will tick a lot of boxes, make a name for himself, learn more from this fight than all his other fights put together, and I think he will bounce back, and compete in the future, a better boxer, I see no reason why Lubin can't be as good as Charlo in a few years, I certainly think he'll win a world title, I just think it is too soon, and Charlo will be too experienced on October 14.

Champion58's picture

I think Charlo to win, late stoppage.

Champion97's picture

What a shot!
Charlo is the real deal, nobody can say he isn't a great fighter now, that was a textbook right uppercut, could have been knockout of the year that!