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Boxing insiders are celebrating the viewership numbers for the Vasiliy Lomachenko-Teofimo Lopez fight, but it should be seen as a start, not the end.
Vasiliy Lomachenko’s time as a star is far from done in this sport, but at this stage going forward, matchmaking is going to be critical in what the future holds for him.
After 36 minutes of sustained brilliance, Teofimo Lopez proved he’s not only willing to fight anyone who’ll step in the ring with him — he can also beat them.
Vasiliy Lomachenko is a boxing savant and a heavy favorite in Saturday night’s fight against Teofimo Lopez for the undisputed lightweight championship.
Teofimo Lopez Sr. knew his son’s qualities from a young age, and his trash talk reflects that. Now on the verge of his largest bout, Teofimo Jr. is more motivated than ever.
Every day without fail, after Vasiliy Lomachenko’s workout, he meets with his sports psychologist for hours. It’s part of the routine that elevates his greatness.
Deontay Wilder’s camp is dragging its feet in scheduling a third bout with Tyson Fury. In the meantime, Fury is searching for a fight in December.
Kubrat Pulev confirmed on Monday that he will face the world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua in a title bout in London on December 12.
Emanuel Navarrete knocked down Ruben Villa in the first and fourth rounds, then withstood a late rally to capture the crown Friday night in Las Vegas.