Jermell Charlo knocks out Erickson Lubin in the first round during their WBC Junior Middleweight Title bout at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on October 14, 2017 in New York City. Al Bello/Getty Images/AFP
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Jermell Charlo claimed bragging rights in the 154-pound division Saturday with a stunning first-round knockout of challenger Erickson Lubin to retain his World Boxing Council title.Charlo, 27, improved to 30-0 with 15 knockouts with the second defense of his super welterweight title.Charlo said he wants to unify the 154-pound titles and if he has a choice he would like to fight International Boxing Federation champ Jarrett Hurd who made his first title defense earlier Saturday with a 10th round stoppage of Austin Trout.Hurd fought with his hands down around his waist for a portion of the fight but he still managed to land blows when he had to.
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