Lopez explained his post-match question in the style of Kambosos. Not convinced either.


On Saturday in New York (USA), the local ex-absolute Teofimo Lopez (18-1, 13 KOs) in the WBC super-lightweight eliminator tightly passed Spaniard Sandor Martin (40-3, 13 KOs). The winner was visibly disappointed with his performance, and the cameras recorded live as he addresses his coach father: “Am I really the same? Do I still have gunpowder in me?”

But a few days passed, and Lopez decided to convince everyone through social networks that he did it on purpose: “Yes, I don’t need to ask anything. I know that all this is in me. Why can’t you understand that I did all this on purpose so that you would have something to talk about? I know that I still have gunpowder in me. Are you dumb or dumber?

It’s funny, but in this Lopez reminded his only offender in profiring Australian George Kambosos. On the eve of a rematch with Devin Haney, he made the weight limit only on the second attempt, after which he decided to convince everyone that this was part of the plan.

Lopez’s potential rival says Teofimo beat the small and injured Lomachenko. And the ex-rival has no doubt that now Prograis will kill Theo Lopez. And he does not agree with the verdict: “This is a robbery!”