Brian Castaño was injured and the fight with Charlo was called off – Then24

While training at his California camp, Brian Castano, current super welterweight champion for the World Boxing Organization, suffered a minor tear in the right biceps, for which his fight against the American Jermell Charlo was momentarily postponed, Champion of the Council, the Association and the Federation, for the unification of the four crowns of the category, which had been confirmed for March 19 at the Arena (former Staples Center) in Los Angeles.
In principle, the Castaño team led by his father Carlos and his physical trainer Matías Erbin estimates that The fighter from La Matanza will need four to five weeks to recover from the ailment and be in a position to enter the ring. At this time, the company TGB Promotions, promoter and organizer of the fight, evaluates the request without yet being able to establish a new date for its realization, which could be rescheduled for May or June this yearbased on television programming in the United States.
Castaño and Charlo will fight again after having faced each other on July 17 of last year in San Antonio (Texas) where they equalized after 12 vibrant rounds in a ruling that was understood as detrimental to the interests of the Argentine.


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