Those of you hoping Jermall Charlo's beatdown of K-9 Bundrage and Errol Spence, Jr.'s systematic demolition of Chris van Heerden would lead immediately to bigger things might be disappointed.
Earlier this afternoon, Premier Boxing Champions confirmed that Charlo (22-0, 17 KO) will defend his IBF super welterweight title against "Silky" Wilky Campfort (21-1, 12 KO) in the main event of November 28th's PBC on NBC in Dallas, while Spence, Jr. (18-0, 15 KO) faces Alejandro Barrera (28-2, 18 KO) in the co-main.
Nov 28th #AndStill— Jermall Charlo (@FutureOfBoxing) October 23, 2015
Im fighting Alejandro Barrera. Lookin to finish the year with a fourth win and set up an even bigger 2016. Excited to do this for my city!!— Errol Spence (@ErrolSpenceJr) October 29, 2015
Campfort, Haitian-born and currently residing in the USA, hasn't lost since his second pro fight and last competed for PBC last month, winning a two-round war against Ronald Montes. Considering that Montes was coming off a two-fight losing streak and Campfort's best win is probably over Decarlo Perez last year, this will be a teeny bit of a step up for him.
Barrera's competed in his native Mexico for all but one fight and is presently riding a three-fight wining streak since a decision loss to Ramses Agaton last year. He has no significant wins to his credit, save perhaps a decision over big-punching countryman Abner Lopez.
Honestly, neither challenger should prove a tough out for the A-sides. You still interested enough to tune in?