On May 20th, boxing fans will be treated to another highly anticipated matchup as Devin ‘The Dream’ Haney and Vasyl Lomachenko ‘The Matrix’ enter the ring for the – undisputed lightweight championship.
Haney is coming off two impressive victories by going down under to Australia twice to face Kambosos Jr becoming the undisputed champion and defending all those titles again. With two dominating boxing displays.
However, he will no doubt be facing his biggest test to date as faces the former number-rated p4p star Vasyl Lomachenko.
The Ukrainian once again has the opportunity to make his dream come true of becoming an undisputed champion after building himself back after his shock defeat to Teofimo Lopez.
But Haney will of course be no easy task and ‘The Dream’ Devin Haney will need to create a nightmare of problems if he wishes to defeat Lomachenko.
Haney vs Lomachenko Tactical Breakdown
You can watch my tactical overview for Haney vs Lomachenko below to see my thoughts and breakdown of the tactics both men might employ.
Where can I watch Haney vs Lomachenko?
The fight has been confirmed to air in UK and Ireland via Sky Sports or Now TV. While in the US, it will be available for stand-alone pay-per-view on ESPN+ PPV at $59.99. For further information, click on the provided links below:
Betting odds for Haney vs Lomachenko
Devin Haney is currently the favorite at 2/5 (-250) to win the fight. While you can get 2/1 (+200) on Vasyl Lomachenko if you fancy the upset.
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Haney and Lomachenko’s Last 6 opponents
Haney vs Lomachenko – Estimated Ring Walk
The fight will take place at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. With the main event ring walks as follows – subject to change*
- The UK and Europe*: 5 am – 6 am
- North America PST: 10 pm – 11 pm
- North America EST: 1 am – 2am
- Australia AEST: 5pm
Haney vs Lomachenko – Undercard
Current undercard fights with more to be confirmed.
- Junto Nakatani vs Andrew Moloney for WBO World Super Flyweight (vacant)
- Oscar Valdez vs Adam Lopez – super featherweight contest
- Nico Ali Walsh vs Danny Rosenberger – middleweight contest
- Raymond Muratalla vs Jeremia Nakathila – lightweight contest
- Floyd Diaz vs Luis Fernando Saavedra – super bantamweight contest
You can check out some of our breakdown articles below on Devin Haney and Lomachenko below;