Haney Vows To Make Lomachenko Pay After Fight Delay – ‘Going To Get Worse’

Devin Haney is odds on favorite to beat Vasiliy Lomachenko on May 20th, 2023, as they gear up to face each other in a fight that could have happened long ago.

The American is the current undisputed champion, having won and defended his titles against George Kambosos Jr. In contrast, Lomachenko is a three-division champion looking to finally become undisputed.

Haney’s height and reach advantage has been seen as a key factor in negating Lomachenko’s angles. With that being said, Haney has been declared a 3:1 favorite.

In chief support, former two-division world champion Oscar Valdez and Adam Lopez face-off, while lightweight prospect Raymond Muratalla takes on Jeremia Nakathila.

Despite having an action-packed card, Haney and Lomachenko could have fought a lot earlier. Haney was initially set to fight Lomachenko as a mandatory challenger.

However, Lomachenko’s team chose to avoid the fight. As a result, Haney was awarded the WBC belt.

Later, Lomachenko was declared the WBC franchise champion, which meant that Haney’s opportunity to compete for the title was eliminated.

But the tables have now turned. Lomachenko is arguably not the same fighter, having lost to Teofimo Lopez and then coming out with a hard-fought win over Jamaine Ortiz.

In contrast, Haney’s stock has only risen, having beaten Kambosos twice in his own backyard. That is why the American has warned the Ukrainian that he may have missed a trick.

“(You) should have fought me four years ago. Now, it’s only going to get worse,” Haney

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