Vasiliy Lomachenko pulled away in the second half of the fight, outlanding Luke Campbell 140-73 in rounds 7-12.
56 of Loma's 211 landed punches (27%) were body shots vs. Campbell, the difference in the fight. Just 18% of Loma's landed punches in his previous 13 fights were body shots. Loma landed an avg. of 18 of 44 per round to 11 of 35 per round for Campbell.
Vasyl Lomachenko's big goal in boxing is to become unified champion in one weight category.
He's one win away from achieving that dream.
Considered among the world's greatest pound-for-pound fighters, Lomachenko added the vacant WBC belt to his WBA and WBO titles at lightweight with a unanimous points win over Britain's Luke Campbell on Saturday.
Two judges awarded the fight 119-108 to Lomachenko, with the other giving it to the Ukrainian 118-109 at the O2 Arena in London - the city where, seven years ago to the day, he won one of his two Olympic gold medals.
Campbell, also an Olympic champ in 2012, gave Lomachenko problems with his longer reach but struggled to make it to the final bell after being knocked down in the 11th and desperately wrestling his opponent to the canvas in the 12th while in survival mode.
A stunning amateur fighter, Lomachenko is breaking records as a pro, having become the quickest boxer to win world titles at three weights, in just 12 fights.
Only Ghana's Richard Commey, who holds the IBF title, stands between Lomachenko and a sweep of the 135-pound belts. Commey is set to fight mandatory challenger Teofimo Lopez Jnr. in December, and perhaps Lomachenko after that.