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The Undisputed Lightweight Championship of the World
I agree. Pre-lopez Loma would beat all of them imo. Unfortunately, his style seems to have changed after the surgery, he's not using that right arm as muchIf Loma is still the fighter from pre Lopez he will easily beat Haney but he is getting older so he may have dipped enough to make it very competitive
GK needs to do everything he can to disrupt Haney and early. The first round or two will tell us a lot about his chances.The ONLY way Kambosos wins is if he turns it into a brawl. He showed some success when he turned the fight ugly, but I highly doubt he'll pull it off
Who trains Kambosos?GK has been training and sleeping in his gym in Mortdale. He seems to be taking a much quieter, more insular approach this time around.
This. They both fight the same, hands low while being athletic and fast. He needs to make the fight uglyWho trains Kambosos?
Probably could do with someone like Jeff Fenech or Johnny Lewis on his team.
Sleeping on a mattress in the gym like a fighter from the 1950’s is not going to help.
He needs to practice cutting of the ring closing the distance and make it a close quarters slug fest.To stand any chance.
GK needs to coerce Haney to engage. Like Linares did late in their fight. Linares actually wobbled Haney in I think it was the 10th round and the bell might have even saved him.This. They both fight the same, hands low while being athletic and fast. He needs to make the fight ugly
I take it this Rod Laver arena (or whatever it's called) is smaller than the Marvel stadium which hosted the first fight then? Would love to know the capacity of this arena, it's only because I'm obsessed with boxing I'll be watching this again, the first fight was so uncompetitive I'm not holding out much hope for anything more entertaining this time around but we'll see if Kambosos Jr can make the necessary adjustmentsI believe this fight is close enough to a sellout. Not many tickets left.