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aney vs Lomachenko LIVE!

Devin Haney and Vasyl Lomachenko collide tonight in another mega-fight in boxing’s stacked lightweight division. The full 135-pound world titles are on the line in a huge, undisputed showdown at the iconic MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, just weeks after Gervonta Davis’ dominating victory over Ryan Garcia. The stakes couldn’t be higher in another fascinating clash of styles.

Haney is the favorite as he defends all four belts for the second time after becoming the first undisputed lightweight king of the modern era by edging out George Kambosos Jr in Australia last summer, before claiming victory in a rematch just four months later. Now he could have his sights on blockbuster fights with the likes of ‘Tank’ Davis and Shakur Stevenson, but must take care of business first in a key test against Lomachenko, the former pound-for-pound superstar who could to be in the last chance saloon as he tries to finally recover from that shock loss to Teofimo Lopez.

On tonight’s undercard, Andrew Moloney and Junto Nakatani battle it out for the vacant WBO super flyweight title. Oscar Valdez returns against Adam Lopez, while exciting prospect Raymond Muratalla takes on Jeremiah Nakathila. Follow Haney vs Lomachenko live below!

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Watch: Haney launches Lomachenko with a hard push

For those who missed it yesterday, here’s that explosive push from Haney on Lomachenko that started the chaos.

Not quite sure that such an aggressive approach would fly against a Gervonta Davis or a Shakur Stevenson, that’s for sure!


Haney afterwards: I will impose my will on him

Haney was much more spirited than usual during fight week, declaring his desire to send Lomachenko into retirement after waiting a long time for this fight.

There was no shortage of verbal taunts and barbs from the undisputed champion, who caused a scene in the final showdown at yesterday’s weigh-in ceremony by shouting at a smiling Loma that he was “too small”, insisting he would “beat him” before pushing the smaller Ukrainian next week.

“That was just the beginning,” Haney said. “See how easily I pushed him?” He’s a smaller man and I’m going to impose my will on him.

However, the challenger saw such an act of bravado as a sign that Haney was feeling the pressure and was even struck with fear ahead of such a big occasion.

“Now he’s mine,” Lomachenko said. “He doesn’t have the power. He is afraid. I see right now and one hundred percent.

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Haney vs Lomachenko Prediction

Unsurprisingly, Haney comes into this fight as the clear betting favorite, with his rematch win over Kambosos Jr another 12-round masterclass as he cruised to a big points victory. And everything points to another long night here.

The American’s last six wins have all ended in runs, with Haney so often able to control fights with his jab. He’s likely to try and fight Lomachenko from a distance, racking up the rounds without too much risk.

Haney also has a size advantage, a factor that has proven problematic for Lomachenko in the past. He was the shortest fighter against Lopez when he lost his WBA and WBO belts, and size remains an issue when he comes up against the best in the 135-pound division.

He will have to take risks fighting Haney and it promises to be a brilliant fight from a technical standpoint, but Lomachenko will likely fail in his bid to grab the undisputed crown.

Haney to win, by unanimous decision.

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Haney vs Lomachenko undercard

Juno Nakatani vs. Andrew Moloney

Raymond Muratalla vs Jeremia Nakathila

Oscar Valdez vs. Adam Lopez

Floyd Diaz vs Luis Fernando Saavedra

Nico Ali Walsh vs. Danny Rosenberger

Abdullah Mason vs. Desmond Lyons

Amari Jones vs. Pachino Hill

Emiliano Vargas vs. Rafael Jasso


Time Haney vs. Lomachenko

This will be another late/very early start for fight fans in the UK.

Tonight’s main undercard isn’t expected to start until around 1am BST, with ringside walks for the main event itself scheduled for around 4am BST.

You can follow all the action from the night here.


How to watch Haney vs. Lomachenko

TV channel: Tonight’s main card will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action in the UK.

Direct: The Sky Go app will allow subscribers to watch online via a live stream.


Welcome to Haney vs Lomachenko LIVE coverage!

Good evening and welcome to the Evening Standard’s live coverage of Devin Haney vs Vasyl Lomachenko.

It’s another blockbuster bid from Las Vegas’ famed MGM Grand Garden Arena tonight as undisputed champion Haney defends all the lightweight belts against a former pound-for-pound superstar who just might be in the living room last luck at the highest level.

Tempers flared at yesterday’s weigh-in and we should be in for a stunning main event, with plenty of intriguing action also to come on tonight’s undercard.

Andrew Moloney and Junto Nakatani square off for the vacant WBO super flyweight title, while Oscar Valdez returns and lightweight challenger Raymond Muratalla takes on Jeremiah Nakathila.

You won’t miss a punch with our live fight night blog!

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