From Mike Smith: IBF/WBA junior middleweight champion Jarrett Hurd (23-0, 16 KOs) intends on moving as much as middleweight in 2020 afterwards he fights a unification match against the winner of the September re match between WBC 154 lb champion Tony Harrison and prior WBC belt holder Jermell Charlo, according to Mike Coppinger.
Jermall Charlo Being an exmple of this. He’s been the World Boxing Council mandatory challenger at middle weight for two years since 2017, yet he STILL hasn’t gotten a title taken against Golovkin initially now Canelo. Speaking of g gg, he won’t bother until he retires, fighting with with Hurd. Golovkin is expected to sign DAZN on a deal, also if this occurs, he’s likely to manage only fighters signed into Matchroom Boxing USA/DAZN. Hurd are on the opposing side of their fence, also won’t get yourself a struggle Triple G.
Last April, hurd, 28 defeated Erislandy Lara to secure his WBA Super World middleweight title. Hurd strove to take things slow in the first three rounds, but found himself becoming nailed by Welborn, was moving all out with his crime from the start of fight. After shooting a shots hurd was made to shift into high gear while in the 4th. Once Hurd started to unload on Welborn together with everything he had, he managed to knock him off. It wasn’t a performance from Hurd. What he revealed in this struggle is he can’t afford to take it easy as they’re going to be moved every opportunity to try to knock him off.
In case Hurd move up to defeat his twin brother, then can beat on Jermell Charlo it would have been a great accomplishment for Jarrett. Hurd won’t be satisfied with defeating WBC 160 lb champion Jermall. Heor rsquo;ll WISh to go after Canelo due to his WBA/WBC names based on whether he defeats on Alvarez within their unification struggle on May 4.