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It was one of the best fights of 2021 – and one of the most controversial finishes. Now Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano relaunch it, with the winner walking away as the undisputed 154-pound champion.

Castano (17-0-2, 12 KOs) edged out his opponent and appears to have done enough to walk away with all four belts when he faced Charlo (34-1-1, 18 KOs) last year.

But the fight ended in a draw, with one judge in particular – Judge Nelson Vazquez – sparking controversy when he scored the fight 117-111 for Charlo.

Now Charlo, the IBF, WBA (super) and WBC super welterweight champion, and takes on WBO belt holder Castano, in a huge night of action in California.

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But there seemed to be plenty of spirit when Castano arrived late at the venue and delayed the fight considerably, after the co-main event ended in a second-round knockout.

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The winner will become the first undisputed junior middleweight champion in boxing’s era with four belts.

“I promise you I’m going to make him pay for everything he said and everything that happened in the first fight,” Castano said. “I will break him and I will make him suffer. And that’s all that matters. It doesn’t matter if it’s in front of one, two, three hundred or 20,000 people. What I have in mind is him and only him – me and him inside the ring, that’s all.

No matter who wins, Tim Tszyu is set to face the winner in a huge opportunity for the Aussie boxer.

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Rising welterweight star Jaron Ennis has managed 27 knockouts during his incredible undefeated career with a stunning second-round loss to previously undefeated 34-year-old Custio Clayton.

Clayton had never been knocked out in his 19-0-1 career – and had only been knocked down once before.

But Ennis showed his superb power when a jab and then a forehand in the second round landed just behind Clayton’s ear.

“I’m just trying to perfect my craft,” he said. “I keep telling y’all, every time…my catchphrase: ‘We go in and out like a rout’…we don’t get paid overtime.”

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Clayton managed to get to his feet just before the 10 second mark, but his balance had been completely shattered and he wobbled in the ring before the referee waved him off.

“I saw him get up and he fell over there and I knew it was over,” Ennis said.

“Anybody can get it right now, but I’m the number one contender in the IBF,” he said, eyeing a title shot with three-belt champion Errol Spence Jnr.

Ennis is now 29-0 with 1 no contest.

Brandyn Lynch picked up a nasty victory in the undercard. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)Source: Getty Images

MAIN CARD from 11 a.m.

Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano; For the undisputed super-welterweight title

Jaron Ennis defeated. Custio Clayton by knockout in the second round

Kevin Gonzalez defeats. Emanuel Rivera via unanimous decision (96-94, 97-93, 98-92)

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