Devin Haney Continues to Push for Undisputed
When unified lightweight champion George “Ferocious” Kambosos (20-0, 10ko) defeated Teofimo Lopez on that faithful day of November 27, 2021, it changed the entire landscape in the division. Fans were excited as the Australian was eager to fight other top guys looking to make the best fights in boxing. WBC champion Devin “The Dream” Haney (27-0, 15ko) is not letting up on wanting the fight and is looking at collecting all the belts in 2022.
CHASING THE UNIFIED CHAMPION
Kambosos has a bullseye on his back, and it keeps growing as the days pass. The boxing community is waiting to see who will be the next opponent for the unified champion. Haney is viewed as the frontrunner since both fighters have agreed to fight for true undisputed.
“We are going to get it done, and there won’t be any more games or bullshit about what it is.”George Kambosos Jr – Unified Lightweight Champion
The WBC champion has been willing to do whatever is possible to make sure the fight happens. Haney suggested being open to fighting in the unified champion’s backyard to make the fight. Furthermore, he took to social media asking the WBC for help in securing a fight with Kambosos, who holds the poorly-explained WBC franchise belt.
“@WBCmoro If my belt is the Jr one, make me the mandatory for the real one.”Devin Haney – WBC Lightweight Champion
HANEY IS STAYING THE COURSE
Ferocious has been shopping around for the most lucrative option, looking to cash in on his newfound fame. Kambosos took to social media asking the fans who they would like to see him fight next. This got under the skin of Haney, who reminded Kambosos where the real money is located.
“You know who’s really putting up the money. You said I would be next, so keep that same energy.”Devin Haney – WBC Lightweight Champion
Well, it seems that the Dream is not giving up on his dream of fighting Kambosos for undisputed. He took to social media with a message for what is to come in 2022.
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By: Garrisson Bland