Tszyu: “Kambosos is a savage puncher, Haney beat him in one gate”


Australia’s most famous current boxers – junior middleweight contender Tim Tszyu (21-0, 15 KOs) and former undisputed lightweight champion George Kambosos Jr. (20-0, 10 KOs) – do not miss the opportunity to hurt each other with the help of the media.

At the beginning of the month, Kambosos lost to the American Devin Haney, lost all the division titles, after which he began to compare himself with Tszyu. The lightweight is sure that he is much more popular than the prospect.

Tszyu replied to this: “He is the way he is. Always say something mean. I can’t even comment on it. I saw his fight with Haney. As for me, it was in one gate. I think that Devin controlled the course of the fight from the starting gong to the last second. He practically did not give his opponent a single chance. No, it was not a competitive confrontation. To be honest, the more I looked at Haney’s boxing, the more I became convinced that he would win. He’s super slippery. It is very difficult to catch it, it is very difficult to hit it. Plus, he has pretty accurate shots. And an almost perfect boxing base. His school seems absolutely perfect at times.”

According to Tszyu, “George is such a savage puncher. Throws splashes from completely different angles and directions. That was his only chance – to catch Haney with one of those big wild punches.

The ear knows that Kambosos has activated a rematch with Haney: the fight will again take place in Australia. Meanwhile, Tszyu may soon become the absolute champion. Like agreed with Charlo. The problem is that the Russian intends to disrupt this fight. And he has great chances.

Promoter Eddie Hearn is not very consistent: first he said that Tszyu was too early to go to Charlo, then he said that Tim could fight Canelo in Australia.

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