Jermell Charlo vs Brian Castano 2 Payout
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Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano are set to face each other in a rematch of the 2021 Championship match that ended in a split draw. The two champions will hit the ring on Saturday, 14 May 2022, at 9:00 pm ET, and their WBC, WBA, WBO, IBF, and the Ring light-middleweight titles will be on the line.

Here you can check out the purse and payouts of Charlo vs Castano 2, the big championship fight, and learn how much Charlo and Castano will earn in this fight.

If you don’t know the full fight card and odds yet, and when and where the match is, you can check it out here.

Jermell Charlo vs Brian Castano 2 Purse and PPV Share:

The exact purse and PPV share of the main event fight at Carson, California, have not yet been revealed. But Charlo’s estimated purse will certainly be in seven figures. He will receive around 60 percent of the PPV share.

On another side of the ring, the WBO light-middleweight champion Castano’s estimated purse is six figures. He will receive around 30 percent of the PPV share.

Moreover, as it will be a championship match for the light-middleweight titles, the PPV will be huge. The two put up a sweating battle for a draw last year. This fact will boost the viewer’s count, and everyone will hope for another jaw-dropping battle.

Players PPV Share Estimated Purse
Jermell Charlo 60% $1,000,000
Brian Castano 30% $500,000

How Much Will Jermell Charlo Earn in the Fight Against Castano?

The exact purse has not been revealed yet. Nonetheless, we can get an insight from the last championship battle between Charlo and Castano in July. As it will be a rematch of that drawn match, the purse and payouts are expected to be quite similar.

Jermell Charlo (34-1-1, 18 KOs), the WBC, WBA, IBF, and the Ring light-middleweight titles holder, should earn around 60% of the PPV money in Saturday’s championship match. The estimated purse of this 31-year-old American is in the seven figures, approximately $1,000,000.

Charlo had only one scar in his career when he lost his WBC light-middleweight title to Tony Harrison in 2018. He has a staggering record of 34 wins, a draw, and a defeat in 36 matches, with 18 KOs. The PPV will be enormous for this fight because of his massive popularity in the light-middleweight category and his aggressive attacking strategy.

How Much Will Brian Castano Earn in the Fight Against Charlo?

IN SATURDAY’S CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH, the WBO light-middleweight titleholder, Brian Castano (17-0-2, 12 KOs), should earn around 30% of the PPV money. The estimated purse of this 32-year-old Argentine is in the six figures, approximately $500,000.

Castano has had no defeats in his entire career. He drew the last bout with Charlo in July the previous year. The Argentine hurt Charlo and got the upper hand in the first few rounds in that championship match. This fact promises to make Saturday’s match great with a vast PPV.


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