Australian junior middleweight star Tim Tszyu was shaking his head after watching the current efficiency by his division rival, Jermell Charlo. (picture by Ryan Hafey)
On Saturday evening on the T-Cellular Area in Las Vegas, Charlo moved up by two full weight divisions to problem Mexican famous person Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez for his undisputed tremendous middleweight crown.
Charlo was dominated over twelve rounds and was dropped for the second time in his profession within the seventh.
In defeat, Charlo walked away with the WBA, WBC, IBF titles at 154-pounds.
In taking the combat with Canelo, Charlo was eliminated of the WBO title when he stepped within the ring.
Tszyu, who held the WBO’s interim-belt, was elevated to the standing of full champion.
He makes the primary protection of that belt on October 14 in opposition to Brian Mendoza.
In reviewing this previous Saturday’s combat, Tszyu believes Charlo did nothing to vary the end result of the competition.
“In all honesty, I believed the combat wasn’t as aggressive in any respect,” Tszyu stated to Fox Sports activities.
“I felt Charlo simply went in there to outlive. He was working so much on protection. He by no means made it aggressive. Like, he by no means actually went on the market and stated, ‘You already know what, I’m going to have a go at it.’
“Even when his coach was saying he was shedding the combat, it’s worthwhile to go on the market and really go at it. He by no means pushed it, by no means put the press up, simply moved round backwards. He had a sure sport plan caught in his head and simply tried to maneuver round and never get hit, and that was it.
“Good on him for surviving the entire 12 rounds, that’s an achievement by itself. However it’s not an achievement to lose the combat. You’ve acquired to go on the market to win. Both win or die in your defend, as they are saying.”