Devin Haney established himself as the undisputed champion of the lightweight class.
Devin Haney wasn’t looking for this fight. Even yet, he was forced to accept it when he challenged George Kambosos Jr. on Saturday from Melbourne, Australia, for the IBF, WBA (super), WBC, and WBO championships. Therefore, how could Haney enhance his performance from their first encounter in June?
Haney outboxed Kambosos from the opening bell to the last bell with superior boxing, making quick adjustments, and displaying the power that fans have been waiting to see from him to win by unanimous decision (119-109, 118-110, 118-110). Haney won the fight 118-110 on DAZN.
Kambosos emerged and adopted various postures in an effort to confound Haney. Haney needed two rounds to learn the time and rhythm of Kambosos. For the final 10 rounds, Haney reiterated what he had done previously. He battled primarily by squatting in the center of the ring, launching strong shots one after the other while sitting on his fists.
The attack stopped Kambosos, who appeared perplexed and had a backup plan after Haney neutralized the first one, causing him to lose to “The Dream” for the second time in a row.
Haney has a lot of choices. He might increase his weight to 140 or stay at 135 and wait for fights with Vasiliy Lomachenko, Ryan Garcia, or Gervonta Davis.
Following is a recap of the Devin Haney vs. George Kambosos Jr.