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Boxing: Kambosos and Haney fight to be the eighth undisputed boxing champion

ANDn recent times there has been a trend in boxing for there to be a greater number of unified or undisputed champions, something that is positive


ANDn recent times there has been a trend in for there to be a greater number of unified or undisputed champions, something that is positive for this sport, since It is about combats between two champions within the same category. What no one expected at this point is that two fighters with as little pedigree as George Kambosos and Devin Haney were fighting for the honor of becoming the absolute kings of lightweight.

In the era of the four belts, there have only been seven undisputed in the male category: Bernard Hopkins, Jermain Taylor, Terence Crawford, Oleksandr Usyk, Josh Taylor, Canelo Alvarez and Jermell Charlo.

the australian Kambosos snatched Tefimo López against prediction three belts and Haney has the WBC official, not the franchise. In fact, ‘Ferocious’, who fights at home at Marvel Stadium, always mentions that he can win him against Tefimo, as it has obviously been a victory of great prestige.

Meanwhile, ‘The Dream’ dreams of “to be the youngest undisputed champion”. “My mentality is winning, I’m not leaving without the belts. On Sunday I will be unchallenged by any means necessary. We have a game plan in place, and it works.”the American pointed out.

According to Roy Jones Jr.., “Going to Australia, Haney has to figure out how to deal with the pressure.” He also pointed out that he should look for the KO: “You will have to stop him with a body shot. If you don’t stop him, it will be difficult for him to win with the decision of the judges.” Kambosos be supported by 50,000 fans.