George Kambosos Jr.-Devin Haney biological results and analysis

George Kambosos Jr. puts his WBO, WBA, IBF and WBC “franchise” titles light on the line against WBC champion Devin Haney on Saturday, at a grand card game at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne, Australia (9pm ET on ESPN / ESPN + and kicks off at 7:30 on ESPN +).

Kambosos (20-0, 10 KOs) won their titles against Teofimo Lopez Jr. and a decision on a major disappointment in November. He was due to meet Vasiliy Lomachenko, but Lomachenko decided to stay in his native Ukraine after the Russian war, and Haney received a phone call.

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The war is on: George Kambosos Jr. vs. Devin Haney, 12 times, on a lightly debilitated head

Well-known ring announcer Michael Buffer is embarking on a military campaign. First Haney, then Kamboso.

Devin Haney is already in the ring. George Kambosos Jr. marching around the Australian and Greek flags.


Moloney has stopped Palicte and TKO a third tyrant

Jason Moloney, having fought four battles, returned to Australia with a statement.

The 31-year-old scored Aston Palicte’s third round of the bantamweight bout, which was won by George Kambosos Jr. vs. Devin Haney.

Moloney (24-2, 19 KOs) knocked Palicte down with a small right hand as several shots knocked off referee Ignatius Missailidis as Palicte fell for the second time. Suspension time was 2:35.

Andrew Moloney’s twin brother, who also had to compete for this card, Jason Moloney voted No. 7 and ESPN at bantamweight. The victory was the third in a row with Moloney since he lost in the seventh Naoya Inoue competition in 2020.

Palicte (28-5-1, 23 KOs), 31, of the Philippines, lost for the third time in six fights.

Browne goals should see first KO on Fa



Lucas Browne stunned the announcers and the Australian crowd with this knock in the first round of his fight against Junior Fa.

Lucas Browne, 43, gave a very good result with the first TKO against Junior Fa.

Browne, an Australian native, heard Fa roll over on the mat with his right hand on his ear, then slapped Fa with his right hand on his head.

Browne (31-3, 27 KOs) was the most successful player in 2016 when he scored Ruslan Chagaev’s 10th round TKO, but lost three fights away since then, plus the first TKO. last year for traveler Paul Gallen.

Fa (19-2, 10 KOs), a 32-year-old New Zealander, has been competing for the first team since relinquishing the election to Joseph Parker who was in charge of the heavyweight division in February 2021.

Nickolas and Higgins are fighting for more photography

Lachlan Higgins and Terry Nickolas competed equally in the junior mostweight middleweight competition.

One judge shot Higgins, 58-56, but was defeated by 57-57 twins.

Higgins (7-4-2, 2 KOs) and Nickolas (2-1-1, 2 KOs) engaged in fun pieces between two level house fighters in Australia, but were unable to produce a winner. The fight was the last one before the big card started.

Robertson wins the flyweight bout

In a battle against five rounds of women, Taylah Robertson up to 5-1 (with one knock) is a decision to close Sarah Higgson. All three judges scored 50-45. It was Robertson’s first fight at 112 pounds.

Robertson, 24, in Australia, will be fighting for another ten days in his home country. Higginson, meanwhile, lost for the first time as a pro, falling to 3-1-1, 1 KO.

Angeloni controls Aitken by initiating experts

Yoel Angeloni made his first appearance for his team with Ken’s success at four welterweight titles.

An 18-year-old boy has been forced to fight with his left eye due to a broken head. He was a member of the Cuban National Youth Team before continuing his youth career in Italy, where he now lives.

Angeloni, promoted by Lou DiBella, won 39-37, 39-37 and 40-36 cards. Atken (3-1, 1 KO) was defeated for the first time in his career.

Junior lightweight Pom Thanawut Phetkum was defeated by Hussein Hussein-0 by election-0 and 36, 36 and 40-36.


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