Devin Haney Desires Vasyl Lomachenko to Combat Now, Not Later!
Undisputed light-weight champion Devin “The Dream” Haney (28-0, 15KOs) seems headed in direction of a rematch with former unified champion “Ferocious” George Kambosos (20-1, 10KOs). Again in June, Haney simply defeated Kambosos in his yard in Australia. Nevertheless, if it was as much as The Dream, his most well-liked alternative of opponent subsequent could be three-division world champion Vasyl “Loma” Lomachenko (16-2, 11KOs).
There’s no secret that Haney has been chasing a combat with Lomachenko for the previous few years. He was nearly sure to face then-number one obligatory WBC challenger Luke Campbell for the total title when he was the interim WBC champion. Nevertheless, Lomachenko would intercept the chance from Haney and face Campbell, which he would go on to win. Within the aftermath, he could be elevated to franchise champion, whereas Haney could be elevated to full champion.
STILL LOOKING FOR LOMACHENKO!
Lately, Bob Arum acknowledged that if Haney was to defeat Kambosos once more within the rematch, a combat with Lomachenko was a chance. Nevertheless, it additionally hinges on whether or not or not Loma can get permission to go away Ukraine the place he’s been serving to his nation of their struggle with Russia and combat a tuneup bout. This was to the dismay of Haney, who hit again, stating he needed the combat now, not later. He would additionally say that he’s the champion and he doesn’t have to attend on anybody.
THE PAPERWORK SAYS OTHERWISE!
Sadly for him, a deal is a deal, particularly a signed one. Previous to his combat with Kambosos, he signed a two-fight deal, which included a rematch clause within the occasion of a Kambosos’ loss, in addition to the second combat having to happen once more in Australia. So, whereas Haney could also be the primary man within the division, he’s on the mercy of the contract he signed earlier than preventing Kambosos. As unattractive as a rematch with Ferocious is, it’s the playing cards he should play because it’s the deal he signed.
Until he can get Kambosos to step apart and get Lomachenko to conform to combat him this 12 months, It seems that The Dream is headed again down beneath later this 12 months.
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By: Jerrell Fletcher