Premier Boxing Champions Fight Replays Featuring Charlo-Harrison

Relive an epic night of boxing thanks to Premier Boxing Champions including the world title bout between Jermell Charlo and Tony Harrison.

With the boxing world also at a stand-still due to the novel coronavirus, Premier Boxing Champions wants to flash us back to December.

December 21 to be exact, as several bouts took place.

The event featured Tony Harrison and Jermell Charlo, but had several other interesting and exciting fights.

Relive all the action in the videos below starting with the rematch between Harrison and Charlo.

Tony Harrison Vs. Jermell Charlo

Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo reclaims his WBC Super Welterweight Title with an 11th round technical knockout over Tony “Superbad” Harrison in the rematch of their 2018 showdown, live on FOX from Toyota Arena in Ontario, California on December 21, 2019.

Efe Ajagba Vs. Iago Kiladze

Efe Ajagba scores a fifth-round TKO stoppage over Iago Kiladze in their scheduled 10-round heavyweight bout, live on FOX from Toyota Arena in Ontario, California on December 21, 2019.

Karlos Balderas Vs. Rene Tellez Giron

Rene Tellez Giron hands Karlos Balderas his first career loss with a sixth-round knockout in their scheduled 8-round lightweight bout on December 21, 2019, live on FOX from Toyota Arena in Ontario, California.

Raymond Guajardo Vs. Donnis Reed

Undefeated super welterweight prospect Raymond Guajardo (5-0, 4 KOs) score a devastating first-round knockout of Donnis Reed (3-5, 2 KOs) in a scheduled four-rounder. Guarjardo landed a six-punch combination, punctuated with a powerful right-left combo that dropped Reed to the canvas. The referee waved off the fight, giving Guajardo the KO victory at 1:40 of the first round.

Jhack Tepora Vs. Oscar Escandon

Oscar Escandon (26-5, 18 KOs) stunned undefeated Filipino featherweight contender Jhack Tepora (23-1, 17 KOs) with a crushing first-round knockout in a scheduled 10-round bout. Escandon landed a perfectly placed left hook to Tepora’s body, sending him to the canvas on his hands and knees. That is where he remained as referee Jack Reiss counted him out and gave Escandon the victory. The end came at 1:30 of the first round.

Hugo Centeno Jr. Vs. Juan Macias Montiel

Hugo Centeno, Jr. (27-3-1, 14 KOs) and Juan Macias Montiel (21-4-1, 21 KOs) fought to a majority draw (97-93 Centeno, 96-94 Montiel, 95-95) in a 10-round middleweight fight. Centeno and Montiel traded heavy shots throughout the match, but neither was able to land anything telling. There were no knockdowns in the fight as Centeno tried to control the fight from range and potshot.

“I don’t agree with the decision at all. I thought I out-boxed the guy. He landed a couple shots, but I don’t think it was enough to get a draw or win on any of the cards,” Centeno said. “To be fair, I’d give him like three rounds. I know I didn’t win all the rounds, but I know I won enough to win the fight. If I can, I’m going to appeal the decision because I thought it was (the wrong) decision. This is the thing that drives away fighters from boxing is scores like this.”

“I took the fight to him and he was just boxing. I’d like a rematch and I’d like him to fight and not run,” Montiel said. “I was inactive for a year and I gave him three pounds and he still didn’t bring it. In reality I brought it to him. Next time, I want him to stand and fight.”

Petr Khamukov Vs. Maceo Crowder

Petr Khamukov defeats Maceo Crowder after knocking him down in RD1, and ending the fight by RTD due to an eye injury on crowder.

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