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Old 05-03-2019, 06:46 AM #21
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Originally Posted by MPDKSAB View Post
Damn so Lopez not fighting Commey in July I wonder how he feels about that.

I guess we not getting Loma-Lopez..
Lopez already knew Commey wouldn't fight him in June, but the eliminator makes sure that Commey will have to choose between Loma (unification) and Teo (mandatory - assuming he wins), which ensures Loma v Commey happens as if he tries to back out, he backs into Teo.

Commey could avoid Loma by scheduling a unification with winner Campbell/Haney (if that fight happens), but Commeys money fight is Loma, so this eliminator makes sure it happens.

Assuming Teo wins the eliminator, Commey fights Loma earliest Sep, then very earliest Loma v Teo could happen is Dec, and he's already said he doubts he can make 135 by then.

More likely things stretch out a bit longer than that timeline, eg Sept is the earliest possible date for Loma assuming everything goes perfectly with the recovery from the hand injury - it might not, so Commey v Loma might be later in the year, pushing Teo into 2020 where he won't be able to make 135 any more.

Reason Teo might not take the Nakatani fight.
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