Haney: “Everyone who called me ‘mail champ’, fuck off!”


Yesterday in Melbourne (Australia), American lightweight Devin Haney (28-0, 15 KOs) took all the titles from local fighter George Kambosos Jr. (20-1, 10 KOs) and became the undisputed champion of the division.

It is a pity that not (c) Lomachenko — reporting on the fight Kambosos vs Haney

The loser immediately announced his intention to take advantage of the revenge clause prescribed in the contract.
Winner surethat the result of the second fight will be exactly the same: “Something to change for revenge? No, no chance. I think the maximum he will make even more effort, will take more risks. But to win… Definitely not! I think now they will put even more effort into tactical developments. But no matter what he offers me in the second fight, I will be ready for it. He talks a lot. But in the ring, he never delivered a single accented accurate blow to me.

Haney also turned to all the haters who used to call him “mail champion” – the American won the WBC title without a fight: “I can’t put into words everything that I feel now. But I want to appeal to all those who doubted me. To all those who said I couldn’t. To all those who called me “mail champion”. Dude, I’m the division boar now. I am the absolute world champion. There is no longer any doubt and cannot be. What else can I say to all my haters? Go to hell! I am a boar in this weight!”

Promoter Bob Arum has already stated that he wants to do an all-title fight between Haney vs Lomachenko, but there is one problem. Interestingly, after the defeat of Devin, Kambosos “threatened the reporter” during a press conference.

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