Suns vs Bucks

When is Game 6 of the NBA Finals? The Milwaukee Bucks are just one win away from clinching their first NBA championship since 1971, after winning Game 5 of the NBA Finals on the road at the Phoenix Suns Arena. The 123-119 win means that the Bucks now lead their battle with the Phoenix Suns 3-2 and they can clinch the best-of-seven series in Game 6.


That Game 6 will take place at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee and it’ll take place on Tuesday night. Here we have all the details about the next clash between Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton, Jrue Holiday and co. and Devin Booker, Chris Paul and the rest of the Suns.

What’s the start time for the NBA Finals’ Game 6?
The next meeting will be on Tuesday night, meaning there is a three-day rest between the fifth and sixth instalments of this series.

The game on Tuesday, July 20, will have tipoff at 21:00 EDT on the east coast. That’s 18:00 PDT for those on the west of the USA.

For fans in the United Kingdom, meanwhile, tipoff is actually in the very first hours of Wednesday morning at 02:00 BST. In Spain, that is 03:00 CEST.

Bucks fans will be scrambling for every remaining ticket at the Fiserv Forum, keen to be there as the team aim to make history. Thousands will also be outside in the Deer District to watch on the big screens.

For those watching on at home, the game will be broadcast on ABC on American TV. It can also be streamed on Watch ESPN or the ESPN app. But, there’s a need for a cable-login subscription to access these streaming platforms. If you don’t have a login, there are some free trials on the likes of YouTube TV and Hulu that can grant you access to the big game.

Bucks vs Suns

NBA Finals 2021: Phoenix Suns vs. Milwaukee Bucks Game 6 betting odds, spread, over/under. The Bucks are favoured by their largest margin to win at home yet in the 2021 NBA Finals after they were favoured by 4.0 points in Games 3 and 4. Will they wrap things up and raise their first title in 50 years or will the Suns keep the series alive? Here’s a look at what the odds and spreads are for Game 6.


The Milwaukee Bucks rode their momentum from Games 3 and 4 to win a thrilling Game 5 in Phoenix.

The first road victory of the series, Game 5 was the first instance of a team overcoming the odds in the 2021 NBA Finals. Game 5 also marked the first time that the over was comfortably hit, as both teams totalled 242 points – 22 points above the 220.0 over/under line.

How will things play out in the potential title-clincher at the FiservForum in Milwaukee?

Game 6’s spread is the highest that the Bucks have been favoured to win at home in this series – (- 4.0) in Games 3 and 4.
Game 5 was the first time a home team didn’t win and cover the spread. The Suns covered Game 1’s spread (-6.0), winning by 13 points. The Suns also covered Game 2’s spread (-5.5), winning by 10 points. The Bucks covered Game 3’s spread (-4.0) with ease, winning by 20 points. The Bucks then covered Game 4’s spread (-4.0), winning by six.

After Game 4 hit the under (212) for the first time in the series, Game 5 hit the over once again with the two teams totalling 242 points (220.0 o/u).
The average total score from the two regular-season games between the Suns and Bucks was 252.0, although one of the games went into overtime.

The Suns are 14-7 in the 2021 NBA Playoffs, going 4-2 vs. Lakers, 4-0 vs. Nuggets, 4-2 vs. Clippers and 2-3 vs. Bucks.

The Bucks are 15-7 in the 2021 NBA Playoffs, going 4-0 vs. Heat, 4-3 vs. Nets and 4-2 vs. Hawks and 3-2 vs. Suns.

According to The Action Network, the Suns were 42-28-2 against the spread during the regular season while the Bucks were 32-40.

NBA Finals Game 6

Everything You Need To Know About Game 6 Of The 2021 NBA Finals

Game Info

Milwaukee Bucks vs. Phoenix Suns
Tuesday, July 20
Deer District Plaza Open: 6:00pm/ct
Fiserv Forum Doors Open: 6:00pm/ct
Tip Off: 8:00pm/ct


Entry To Fiserv Forum
Doors open at 6:00pm/ct to fans with tickets for the game. All fans are encouraged to arrive early to allow time for entry and to be in your seats for team introductions.

Mobile Tickets
Ensure quick and easy entry to Fiserv Forum by downloading the Bucks App prior to your arrival and having your tickets ready to scan. Please reference our Mobile Ticket Guide for more information on how to access and manage your tickets.

All fans attending Game 6 will receive a “Go Bucks Go” t-shirt courtesy of Jockey. The shirts will be distributed on seats in the arena.

Food & Beverage Ordering
Getting your favorite food and beverage items at Fiserv Forum has never been easier. Download the Bucks app to order directly from your seats for pickup through our completely contactless ordering experience.

Purchase your favorite traditional stadium fare along with both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages for pick up in a designated location once your order is complete. You will receive a text message as well as a push notification in the app once your order is complete.

Looking to get drinks only? Check out the Coors Light Beer Button! You can order any alcoholic beverage (both beer and cocktails) from your seat and pick it up in just minutes!

Fiserv Forum favorites are back in select stands for walk up ordering. This includes Iron Grate BBQ, FreshFin Poke, Chick-Fil-A and more of our favorites. These items will not be available for mobile ordering and only available at their specific location.

Deer District Events & Activities
Fans who aren’t attending Game 6 at Fiserv Forum will still have the opportunity to enjoy it from the Deer District. In addition to the outdoor TV already in place in The Beer Garden, a 40-foot high TV will be placed on the plaza for fans to watch.

The Deer District will include food, games, a DJ, retail shops, contests to win playoff tickets and more. Entertainment will begin one hour prior to tipoff.

New For Round 4: The Deer District plaza has been extended onto the site of the former Bradley Center, featuring an additional screen to view the game, food and beverage locations and Bucks Pro Shop merchandise trailer to allow for additional fans to enjoy the atmosphere in a safe environment.

Fans attending the outdoor watch parties are encouraged to RSVP ahead of time to receive the most up-to-date information and guidance. Submit your RSVPs HERE.

How To Enter The Deer District Plaza
Fans without tickets to the game must enter Deer District through the south end of the plaza (near Highland and Vel R Phillips)

Fans with tickets to the game may also enter Deer District on the north end of the plaza (off Juneau Ave)

There will no longer be entry to Deer District through the Beer Garden entrance located on N. MLK Drive (formerly Old World Third Street)

How to Watch/Listen/Stream
Game 6 will be nationally-televised on ABC. The radio broadcast will be on BMO Bucks Radio Network (AM620 WTMJ locally) and ESPN Radio.

Don’t forget to follow the Bucks on social media (@Bucks) and download the official Bucks app for in-game highlights, stats and other exclusive content at The Bucks app is available on iOS and Android devices.

Bucks Pro Shop
The Bucks Pro Shop at Fiserv Forum is open from 11:00am-4:00pm. For fans with tickets to Game 6 the store will be open at 6:30pm/ct. A trailer packed with Bucks Playoffs merchandise is also located on Fiserv Forum’s plaza and will open at 6:00pm/ct when the plaza opens.

New Fiserv Forum Bag Policy
Fans visiting Fiserv Forum and the plaza are advised to arrive early and travel light, as additional security enhancements will be implemented for the Playoff season.

With the exception of medical or diaper bags, bags and purses are no longer permitted inside Fiserv Forum. Guests entering Fiserv Forum are limited to a wallet no larger than 4”x6”x1”.

Parking is available at the Highland Garage for Round 4 playoff games. Fans can purchase parking in advance at the link below.

Suns vs Bucks Live Stream

NBA playoffs live stream: how to watch 2021 conference finals online from anywhere. Suns, Clippers, Bucks or Hawks – who will take the Championship?

After a long, hard NBA season – one like no other – we’re finally down to the final four in the playoffs and the Conference Finals. Every single game is pivotal, so read on as we explain how to get an NBA playoffs live stream and watch every basketball game online – no matter where you are in the world right now


With all of the recent champions having bitten the dust, it’s majorly hard to predict who will take away this season’s championship. Can the Phoenix Suns or LA Clippers finally claim a first crown? Or will can the Atlanta Hawks or Milwaukee Bucks add to their franchise’s roll of honor?

The Bucks have a chance to redeem themselves after going out in such disappointing fashion a year ago, with Giannis Antetokounmpo’s looking to seal his place as one of 21st century basketball’s greats. But the Hawks have had an incredible post-season so far, defeating the Knicks and number 1 seeded 76ers.

After dismissing LeBron’s Lakers in dominant fashion, the Phoenix Suns are one of the big guns in the Western Conference and are favorites to take the conference in 2021 having swept the Nuggets in dominant style. But the other LA franchise now stand in their way, after the Clippers upset the impressive Jazz.

Who will wilt under the lights, and who will rise to the occasion? It’s like Christmas for hoops fans, so read on as we explain how to watch an NBA playoffs live stream and catch all the basketball tournament action online from anywhere.

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How to watch NBA playoffs from outside your country
Scroll down for all the ways you can watch the NBA playoffs online in a number of countries around the world. But first, you should know that if you’re abroad at any point during the postseason run, you probably won’t be able to watch the hoops like you normally would at home.

This is because of geo-blocking, a digital restriction that means certain streaming services are only accessible in the region they’re based in.

When this is the case, the simplest and most reliable solution is to use a VPN service to change your IP address to a difference location. This will generally let you tune in to your local coverage, just as you would from home, and means you don’t have to trawl the sketchier corners of the internet for an illegal stream.

Bucks vs Suns Live Stream

Bucks vs Suns Game 5 Preview: Well Well Well How the Turntables. If Game 7 is the highest stress level game in a playoff series, then a Game 5 when a series is tied at 2-2 might be second. That’s where the Milwaukee Bucks find themselves after defending homecourt and winning games three and four against the Phoenix Suns. Now we have a best of three series and the home team has won every match.


Where we are at If Game three was the Bucks coming out party for the city, then Game four was the statement that this team can win a championship. Game four was a struggle to watch for Bucks fans for 3.5 quarters; Devin Booker was hitting every midrange, the Bucks couldn’t make any threes, it was a struggle and looked as though the Suns would sneak away with the win and a 3-1 lead. Then something spectacular happened, the Bucks got a few baskets, made some stops and walked away with a huge 109-103 win. Khris Middleton again showed up big in the postseason again for the Bucks with 40 points while Giannis had a 26 point, 14 rebound night and arguably one of the greatest plays in NBA history.

Not much more needs to be said and now the Bucks have to find a way to do something that no team has done this series and win on the road.

Phoenix will feel like this is an opportunity lost on their end especially after a special night from Devin Booker, who scored 42 points hitting every type of shot but a three. The Suns have gotten contributions from role players like Cam Johnson, Jae Crowder, and Mikal Briges and will hope that continues again. The usual players will not be available in Donte DiVincenzo and Dario Saric.

Player to Watch
Chris Paul has not had the best of games after his very impressive start to this series. In Game four, he had an uncharacteristic five turnovers while shooting 5/13 from the field. Jrue Holiday has made sure to make Paul’s nights miserable, but he still has the capability to turn the clock back and put on a vintage performance.

Castano vs Charlo

Jermell Charlo Vs. Brian Castano: Odds, Records, Prediction, When Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano meet on Saturday night, they’ll have the chance to make history. Never before has there been an undisputed 154-pound champion in the four-belt era, and though Charlo is the betting favorite and has a better resume than his opponent, Castano is still an awfully dangerous opponent. And Charlo knows it. Here’s everything you need to know about Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano, including the odds, their records and a prediction on who will win.


Castano has a relentless, aggressive style, and the fact he had a draw with Lara in Castano’s 16th professional fight should let you know about the skills he possesses. He doesn’t necessarily have fantastic one-punch knockout power (Charlo has an iron chin, anyway), but his overwhelming pressure will make for a tough fight on Saturday night.

“I’m the type of fighter that is always going after you,” Castano said. “I’m always there to pressure you. Even though Charlo said that I don’t have anything he hasn’t seen before, he has never seen anybody with my fighting style.

“I’ve seen Charlo knock down a lot of fighters with just one punch. That’s something to look out for. However, I have more of a variety in my arsenal than anybody he has fought before. If I have to be more aggressive and go for more power instead of finesse, rest assured that I can knock him down as well.”

Despite Charlo’s mediocre-looking knockout percentage, he has one of the best punches in the junior middleweight division. It’s the kind of shot that could end a fight quickly, and it might be a good antidote to Castano’s style. If Charlo can find Castano’s chin, that is.

“Castano is a great fighter who puts on a lot of pressure,” Charlo said. “But I know my abilities and I know my power. Every punch I throw is dominant and every shot I throw is painful for my opponent. I have a lot of unique abilities in me and I’m going to bring some tricks into this fight.”

Here’s more info on the Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano showdown that U.S. viewers can watch on Showtime beginning at 9 p.m. ET.

Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano odds
Late in the week, Charlo was a -285 betting favorite (bet $285 to win $100), and Castano was the +215 underdog (win $215 on a $100 wager). Earlier in the week, Charlo was -250 and Castano was +175, so bettors seem to be favoring Charlo. I wouldn’t touch Charlo’s money line, particularly since the odds are getting shorter for him, but I wouldn’t mind going with Charlo to win by stoppage at +220 or, if you’re feeling funky, for him to win by KO/TKO in rounds 9-12 at +650. That said, if you’re going with Charlo in a parlay, I actually wouldn’t mind betting the money line.

If you were looking for a fun parlay for this weekend’s action of boxing (and this is only for entertainment purposes), I might take Charlo to beat Castano at -285, Rolando Romero to defeat Anthony Yigit by KO/TKO at -120, and Amilcar Vidal to stop Immanuwel Aleem at -250. That would pay you $246 on a $100 wager.

Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano records
Charlo (34-1, 18 KOs) has bounced back from the lone loss on his resume, a close unanimous decision defeat to Tony Harrison in 2018, by knocking out Harrison in the rematch and then stopping Jeison Rosario to collect three of the 154-pound belts. Not only that, Charlo has scored knockouts in seven of his last eight victories. He just continues to get better at stopping his opponents.

Though Castano (17-0-1, 12 KOs) isn’t all that well known, he’s had two fantastic results in his career. First, his draw against Lara was so impressive because it came against a rugged veteran who is a difficult fighter to face. Then, in February, Castano dominated Patrick Teixeira to take his junior middleweight belt. Though he’s only scored one true knockout in his past five fights, Castano is a very live underdog.

Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano prediction
I would not be surprised if Castano pulls off the upset. But ultimately, I think Charlo is just a little too skilled and a little too powerful. Castano could build up a lead on the scorecards, but Charlo is going to catch Castano at some point. I’d go with Charlo to win by stoppage in the 10th round.

Charlo vs Castano


Junior middleweight undisputed glory will be decided Saturday night in San Antonio, Texas, when Jermell Charlo clashes with Brian Castano.


Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano will have a chance to punch their ticket onto boxing’s hallowed grounds on Saturday night when they fight for undisputed junior middleweight glory in San Antonio, Tex.

On the line will be Charlo’s WBA (Super), WBC and IBF titles in addition to Castano’s WBO championship to decide just the sixth man in boxing history to become undisputed champion in the modern four-belt era. The winner will also be the first fighter to become undisputed champ at 154 pounds in boxing history in the modern era.

“It would be a very special moment,” Charlo told DAZN News about what it would mean to wear boxing’s ultimate crown. “Not a lot of people get these opportunities. I think this fight is going to solidify a lot of different things in people’s minds about the Charlos. They’re going to know the difference between me and my brother. It’s a lot of different things to let people know why this fight is important.”

Charlo reached this position having scored back-to-back knockouts of Tony Harrison Jr. and Jeison Rosario to become the unified champion.

Castano, of course, is approaching the fight with the same urgency.

“This is the fight of my life,” Castano told a pool of reporters during the buildup toward the fight. “I’m a world champion and Charlo is a world champion. This is my time. This fight is so important for my life. I hope to become undisputed on July 17 for my country and for my Latin supporters.”

Will Charlo punctuate his piece of boxing history with yet another KO or will Castano become undisputed ruler of 154 pounds with the upset victory?

Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Charlo vs. Castano tonight.

Date: Saturday, July 17, 2021
Main card: 9 p.m. ET/2 a.m. BST
Main event: 11 p.m. ET/4 a.m. BST
The Charlo vs. Castano main card kicks off at 9 p.m. ET/2 a.m. BST, before the headliners are expected to make their ring walks for the main event at approximately 11 p.m. ET/4 a.m. BST, though that depends on the length of the earlier fights.

US: Showtime
You can watch Charlo vs. Castano live on Showtime in the United States. The main card can also be live streamed via Showtime’s app or website. Over in the United Kingdom, boxing fans can live stream the undisputed championship bout via FITE.TV.

The Charlo-Castano fight takes place live from the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Tex. Though Charlo has fought in his home state of Texas several times, this will mark his first time competing at this venue, which is home to the NBA’s San Antonio Spurs. Meanwhile, this fight will be Castano’s first time boxing in Texas.

Nationality: American
Born: May 19, 1990
Height: 5-11
Reach: 73 inches
Total Fights: 35
Record: 34-1 with 18 KOs
Nationality: Argentinian
Born: Sept. 12, 1989
Height: 5-7 1/2
Reach: 67 inches
Total Fights: 18
Record: 17-0-1 with 12 KOs
Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano for Charlo’s WBC, WBA, IBF and Castano’s WBO junior middleweight titles
Ronaldo ‘Rolly’ Romero vs. Austin Dulay for Romero’s WBA interim lightweight title
Amilcar Vidal vs. Immanuwel Aleem; Middleweight

Dulay vs Romero

Jermell Charlo vs Brian Castano: When is it, how to watch in Australia, stream, live updates and results, Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano will fight in a super welterweight unification bout at AT&T Stadium on July 17 (July 18 in Australia).


Four belts at 154 pounds are on the line, with either WBC, WBA and IBF champion Charlo, or WBO titleholder Castano walking away as the division’s undisputed champ.

The fight has huge ramifications for Australia’s Tim Tszyu, who is ranked inside the top five with the WBC, WBO, IBF and IBO.

Tszyu is coming off a dominant three-round TKO win over Steve Spark in Newcastle and will be keeping a close eye on the Charlo-Castano showdown.

Here’s everything you need to know about the fight.

Charlo and Castano will fight on July 17. That works out to be Sunday, July 18 in Australia and New Zealand.

The fight is being shown on Showtime in the US, and isn’t a pay per view. In Australia, it will be shown on Fox Sports Channel 507.

In Australia, you can stream the fight on Kayo.

The live broadcast begins at (AEDT) 11am, but expect Charlo and Castano to fight from 2pm.

The undercard has had some late movement. WBA interim lightweight champion Rolando Romero was scheduled to defend his title against Austin Dulay.

Dulay pulled out of the fight with a knee injury, seeing Sweden’s Anthony Yigit promoted from an untelevised bout way down the undercard to a late-notice title shot.

Super welterweight: Jermell Charlo vs Brian Castaño
Lightweight: Rolando Romero vs Anthony Yigit
Middleweight: Amilcar Vidal vs Immanuwel Aleem
Featherweight: Xavier Nunes vs TBA

Charlo is 34-1 with 18 knockouts.

His solitary defeat was a controversial unanimous decision loss to Tony Harrison in December 2018. Charlo avenged the defeat and reclaimed the WBC title a year later in an entertaining 11th round knockout win over Harrison in California.

Castano is 17-0-1 with 12 knockouts on his record.

His one blemish is a split draw against Erislandy Lara in 2019.

Charlo’s first world title reign began in May 2016 when he scored an eighth round knockout win over John Jackson for the vacant WBC belt.

He successfully defended it against Charles Hatley, Erickson Lubin and Austin Trout before his loss to Harrison.

After reclaiming the WBC strap in December 2019, the Texan took the WBA and IBF belts off Jeison Rosario with an eighth round knockout last September.

His fight with Castano will be his first unified title defence.

Castano won his first world title when he stopped Emmanuel de Jesús in six rounds for the WBA interim super welterweight belt.

He was later elevated from interim to regular champion after Demetrius Andrade vacated the title.

After holding on to the regular title with his draw opposite Lara, Castano was stripped of the belt when he didn’t sign on to rematch number one contender Cedric Vitu.

Castano claimed the WBO title at 154 pounds with a one-sided unanimous decision win over Brazil’s Patrick Teixeira in February this year.

Tim Tszyu is itching to take on the “big boys” in the division and will be keeping a close eye on this weekend’s action.

Tszyu will most likely fight either Tony Harrison or Liam Smith later this year, with a world title shot on the horizon.

“I think Charlo wins,” Tszyu said.

“He outboxes him, keeps him at distance and outboxes him.

“Just does quite simple boxing, doesn’t hurt him or anything, but outboxes him.”

Asked about a possible fight between himself and either Charlo or Castano, Tszyu said he doubted whether either of them would want to take the risk.

“Danger. I get rid of my opponents quite early now,” Tszyu said.

“And I hurt them. It’s a risky fight for them as well.”

Showtime’s excellent All Access show is back ahead of this weekend’s fight.

Check it out here.

Romero vs Dulay

Austin Dulay injured, Rolando Romero vs Anthony Yigit set for July 17th. Next week’s Showtime tripleheader has received some late-notice tweaks. WBA interim lightweight champion Rolando Romero, slated to open the July 17th show against Austin Dulay, claimed yesterday that Dulay had pulled out of the fight due to a “panic attack.” Dulay took to Instagram to fire back, revealing that he’d suffered a knee injury and was willing to give Romero $10,000 of his fight purse to reschedule.


Now, Dan Rafael reports that Sweden’s Anthony Yigit will move from his untelevised prelim slot into the Romero fight.

Romero (13-0, 11 KO) will be making the first defense of his title, which he claimed in controversial fashion against Jackson Marinez last year. He looked a bit better against late replacement Avery Sparrow in January, stopping him in six on the Fulton-Leo undercard.

Yigit (24-1-1, 8 KO) is perhaps best known for his appearance in the WBSS super lightweight tournament, which saw him fall to Ivan Baranchyk in the quarterfinals thanks to some grotesque swelling. He’s since won three get-well fights, and Saturday will mark his first appearance in over two years.

The show, headlined by Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Castano for the undisputed junior middleweight title, will also see rising Uruguayan puncher Amilcar Vidal face Immanuwel Aleem.

The unified world super welterweight champ greets fans and signs autographs at San Antonio FC game ahead of his anticipated showdown versus fellow champ Brian Castaño for the undisputed 154-pound crown Saturday, July 17 on PBC on SHOWTIME.

Unified WBC, WBA and IBF 154-pound world champion Jermell Charlo greeted fans and signed autographs at San Antonio FC game this past Saturday, before he enters the ring to take on WBO World Champion Brian Castaño in an undisputed super welterweight showdown on Saturday, July 17 from AT&T Center in San Antonio headlining a Premier Boxing Champions event live on SHOWTIME (9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT).

“This game was a great opportunity for me to spend some time with the fans here in San Antonio and let them know that I’m going to give them all a great show on July 17,” said Charlo. “Everyone who came out here can see that I’m ready to become the undisputed 154-pound champion and make this a memorable night at AT&T Center.

“I definitely want to thank San Antonio FC for having me, honoring me on the field, and to all their fans for making me feel welcome. I can’t wait to repay them on fight night.”

In addition to meeting scores of fans prior to San Antonio FC’s first game welcoming fans back with full capacity to Toyota Field, Charlo exchanged a boxing glove for a personalized jersey with San Antonio FC midfielder Victor Giro in a pregame ceremony.

Charlo will look to thrill those fans in the boxing-rich city of San Antonio on July 17 when he puts his three titles on the line against the hard-charging world champion Castaño. The winner of this matchup will become the first four-belt champion of the 154-pound division.

Tickets for the live event, which is promoted by Lions Only Promotions and TGB Promotions, are on sale now and can be purchased through


Charlo vs. Castaño will see unified WBC, WBA and IBF World Champion Jermell Charlo and WBO World Champion Brian Castaño battle for undisputed status at super welterweight as all four 154-pound belts hang in the balance for the first time in history on Saturday, July 17 live on SHOWTIME from AT&T Center in San Antonio in a Premier Boxing Champions event.

SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT and will also feature unbeaten Interim WBA Lightweight Champion Rolando “Rolly” Romero taking on Austin Dulay in the co-main event, plus unbeaten middleweight Amilcar Vidal matching up against veteran contender Immanuwel Aleem in a 10-round bout that opens the telecast.

Castano vs Charlo

Jermell Charlo vs. Brian Carlos Castano fight preview, prediction, start time, how to watch. This Saturday, an undisputed champion could be crowned in the super welterweight division when unified IBF, WBA and WBC champion Jermell Charlo (34-1) steps in the ring with WBO champion Brian Carlos Castano (17-0-1).


The winner will become the first undisputed super welterweight champion since 2004 and will be the division’s first undisputed champion in the four-belt era. They winner would also be one of only two active undisputed champions with Josh Taylor currently reigning as undisputed super lightweight champion.

Jermell Charlo first became world champion at super welterweight in May 2016 when he won the vacant WBC belt. After three successful title defenses including wins over Erickson Lubin and Austin Trout, Charlo suffered his first professional loss and his WBC belt to Tony Harrison losing via controversial unanimous decision in December 2018.

In the following December, Charlo would get his rematch with Tony Harrison coming out victorious this time around winning via 11th round stoppage.

In September, Charlo unified his WBC belt with the IBF and WBA after defeating former unified champion Jeison Rosario by 8th round knockout.

A native of Argentina, Castano worked his way up through regional fights before increasing his profile by coming over to the United States fighting on low-profile undercards.

After winning the WBA Interim Super Welterweight title, Castano went on to win the WBA Regular World title. He would vacate the belt after fighting Erislandy Lara to a draw. Castano won the WBO belt in his most recent bout against Patrick Teixeira in February when he defeated him by unanimous decision.

How Jermell Charlo becomes undisputed champion
Jermell Charlo is the most talented boxer in the super welterweight division as he has proven he could win a fight in a variety of ways. In this fight, he will need to use his ability as a technical boxer to defeat Brian Carlos Castano.