Haney Vs. Lomachenko Final Press Conference Key Moments

Devin Haney and Vasiliy Lomachenko faced each other in their final presser as they got ready to square off on May 20th, 2023, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas. 

Haney, whose record stands at 29-0 and 15 KOs, puts his undisputed titles on the line against the three-division champion (17-2 and 11 KOs). 

In chief support, two-division champion Oscar Valdez (30-1 and 23 KOs) faces Adam Lopez (6-4 and 6 KOs) following their first encounter in 2019. 

Meanwhile, rising lightweight Raymond Muratalla (16-0 and 13 KOs) meets Jeremia Nakathila (23-2 and 19 KOs) to kick things off. 

With that being said, here were the key moments from the Haney vs Loma presser. 

Key Moments

Haney: “I feel like he should have fought me four years ago. But now the time has come. It’s going to be worse for him than it would have been had we fought back then.”

“On paper, this is my toughest test. But I look to make it an easy night. I look to make it as easy as possible and come out victorious.”

“I know what he is preparing for. But at the end of the day, we’re prepared for whatever he brings to the table. If he wants to make it a dirty fight, we have answers for that.”

Lomachenko: “Camp was hard like always. But I was very motivating. It was motivating because I understand. It is my last chance to become undisputed. So, I pushed myself in every training session. And now there are just four days left.”

“He talks about the past, but It’s hard to say things about the past. You can’t change it. Even if you talk about it, you can’t change it. Only God can change it.”

“He is a high-level boxer. He understands boxing. He knows what he needs to do. He can use his reach. He can use his feet. He can create distance. But I have a lot of experience in this sport. It will be very interesting for me.”

 

 

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