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Charlo Brothers Do Twin Thing Dec. 22 on FOX
 
CHARLO TWINS PRESS CONFERENCE TO ANNOUNCE UPCOMING PREMIER BOXING CHAMPIONS ON FOX & FOX DEPORTES EVENT
 
Jermall Charlo Takes on Willie Monroe Jr. & Jermell Charlo Battles Tony Harrison Saturday, December 22 from 
Barclays Center in Brooklyn Live on FOX & FOX Deportes
 
Charlo Twins Will Flip a Coin at Press Conference to Decide Who Enters the Ring as Main Event on Fight Night
 
Thursday, October 25 at 11:00 a.m. ET – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Barclays Center – GEICO Atrium
 
WHO:            JERMELL CHARLO, WBC Super Welterweight World
                      Champion
JERMALL CHARLO, Unbeaten Interim WBC Middleweight                     Champion
TONY HARRISON, Super Welterweight Contender
                      WILLIE MONROE JR., Middleweight Contender
WHAT:         Unbeaten boxing champions and twin brothers, the Charlos, will
announce their upcoming fights at a New York press conference as they prepare to co-headline a Premier Boxing Champions event live on FOX and FOX Deportes Saturday, December 22 at Barclays Center, the home of BROOKLYN BOXING™.
Sharing the stage with the Charlos will be middleweight contender Willie Monroe Jr., who battles Jermall Charlo, and former title challenger Tony Harrison, who will face off against Jermell Charlo.
With twin titans set to enter the ring in back-to-back fights, the best way to decide the order is to leave it up to fate with a coin toss. Come find out which Charlo will step into the ring as the main event, and which will look to make the first impression on fight night. This press conference is open to the public and fans in attendance will have an opportunity to win tickets to the December 22 fight.
WHERE:        Barclays Center – GEICO Atrium
                      620 Atlantic Avenue; Brooklyn, NY 11217
 Brooklyn, New York

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