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Photos: Lomachenko, Campbell - Face To Face at London Presser

Pound-for-pound number one Vasiliy Lomachenko will face Luke Campbell for the WBC, WBA, WBO and Ring Magazine Lightweight World titles on Saturday August 31 at The O2 in London, live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and ESPN+ in the US. (photos by Mark Robinson).

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Lomachenko (13-1 10 KOs), who went 396-1 as an amateur, won gold in the 2008 and 2012 Olympics and has won World titles at Featherweight, Super-Featherweight and Lightweight in the paid ranks. He fought for a World title in his second pro bout and won the WBO Featherweight World title in his third outing, dominating Gary Russell Jr. over 12 rounds. He made his Lightweight debut last May, tearing the labrum in his right shoulder in the second round and rising from a sixth-round knockdown to knock out WBA Champion Jorge Linares in the 10th.

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Lomachenko added the WBO Lightweight title to his collection in December 2018, scoring a pair of knockdowns in the 11th round and ultimately winning a unanimous decision over two-weight World Champion Jose Pedraza. He last fought in April at Staples Center in Los Angeles, taking out mandatory challenger Anthony Crolla in four rounds. The Ukrainian’s punch power and supreme boxing ability have seen him rise to the top of the 135lbs division and on August 31 he will step through the ropes as a pro for the first time on UK soil.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by CuriousGuest on 07-23-2019

Surprisingly, Campbell was a lower weight class than Loma at London Olympics. Considering he was not a teenager at all in 2012, he's a bit older than Loma himself, the question is how the hell did he make that weight?…

Comment by 1hourRun on 07-22-2019

[QUOTE=_Rexy_;19925736]Campbell is the one who looks worried lol[/QUOTE] Eddie was thinking: DAMN YOU SULIAMAN, I WANTED TO FEED CAMPBELL TO DEVIN HANEY! I NEED A WIN REAL BAD! :soapbox:

Comment by Satir on 07-22-2019

And some people push him to fight at 140, can you see him standing in front of the guys like Taylor or Postol

Comment by moltres. on 07-22-2019

height dont win fights. sergio vs martinez was a great old couple of fights, action packed, and ended with a brutal ko, i wonder if loma can do the gts.

Comment by ruedboy on 07-22-2019

Loma's great, but he does look a bit like a Neanderthal.

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