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The contest will determine the Undisputed Lightweight Champion of the World and is highly anticipated by the boxing community.
Here’s everything you need to know about George Kambosos Jr. vs Devin Haney, including the date, fight card and how to watch the event.
UPDATE 30th May 2022: Kambosos Jr recently called Haney a “rat” and an “informant” ahead of the fight night on Saturday 3rd June 2022!
He said in a press conference before the contest: “I really don’t know how they let this guy into the country, to be honest. I don’t think they let informants into the country.
“This guy is an informant, this guy is a rat and I’ll tell you why: The Teofimo Lopez fight with a foreigner against his own countryman, he was messaging me telling me all the details.
“This is a rat, this is a sneaky informant and you know what? This is your own countryman you’re going behind his back.
“So, you know what? On Sunday, I’m going to whip your a** and when you’re back in Las Vegas, you’ll be on the lookout for Teofimo Lopez because he’ll be looking for you too.”
On Saturday, Ring Magazine and IBF/WBA/WBO lightweight champion George Kambosos Jr. and WBC titlist Devin Haney will meet to decide who is the four-belt unified champion at 135 pounds at the Marvel Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.
The two will collide on ESPN, the broadcast begins at 9:00 p.m. ET/ 6:00 p.m. PT.
Kambosos turned professional in 2013. He won the Australian national title and an assortment of regional titles before moving his operations to America. The 28-year-old remained under the radar but stayed undefeated. He edged past tricky Micky Bey (SD 12) and then heading to the U.K. to do the same against former featherweight titlist Lee Selby (SD 12). Nothing on his record suggested he would be good enough to beat Teofimo Lopez. However, Kambosos dropped Lopez early and held on late to win a split decision to collect his current collection of Ring Magazine and IBF/WBA/WBO belts.
Haney, who is rated No. 3 by The Ring at 135-pounds, turned professional at 17 in Mexico. This super talent fighter built his record and experience scoring wins over Mason Menard (RTD 9), Juan Carlos Burgos (UD 10) and Antonio Moran (TKO 7). After being upgraded to full WBC titleholder following his dominant win over Zaur Abdullaev (RTD 4), the 23-year-old has since made four defenses, notably beating former three-weight world champion Jorge Linares (UD 12) and former 130-pound titleholder Joseph Diaz (UD 12). fgh34wef