Devin Haney calls Vasyl Lomachenko a ‘f****** bad loser’ after appealing decision and revealing he was fined $400,000 for pushing before fight
It’s safe to say that Devin Haney isn’t happy with Vasyl Lomachenko’s side’s decision to appeal their Saturday night win.
The pair squared off in Las Vegas over the weekend for the undisputed lightweight titles and Haney emerged victorious by unanimous decision.
It was a close fight, but some boxing fans and pundits thought Lomachenko had done enough to win.
Ukrainian coach Egis Klimas, more outraged than anyone by the judges’ scorecards, decided to appeal the decision.
Klimas also revealed on Twitter that he sent emails to the WBC, WBA, WBO and IBF demanding that Lomachenko become a mandatory challenger for Haney’s titles in hopes of forcing a rematch.
The American, however, didn’t appreciate that, saying in response: “That guy is a f****** bad loser…
“Get this lucky loser out of boxing, he finds excuses as he goes!
“Take your defeat like a man and stop crying…it was planned for you to win for the 3rd time in your career and you failed!”
“Tell the commission to give me back my 400,000 for this push!”
This refers to the fact that in a one-on-one before the fight, Haney had pushed Lomachenko and he was later fined $400,000 (about £323,000) by the commission.