The drama is ‘deception’ as the Kambosos are too heavy for the lightweight blockbuster | game
The world war between George Kambosos Jr. and American Devin Haney will continue on Sunday after the Australian offensive once again.
In the event of a riot and explosion at the Margaret Court Arena, Kamboosos initially missed a 135lb limit on lightweight blockbuster, hitting scales at 135.36lb.
But he came back 70 minutes after a hot shower with a “piss” at 134.46lb to keep his dream of becoming the first soldier in 18 18-year-olds to match the lightweight division. The Kambosos then raised their hands successfully and showed off Team Haney’s throat.
“It doesn’t change anything. It changes his mind now. Believe me. War graphics. Hypocrisy, ”said Kambosos. “Bring it on. More than ready. Let’s go. Let them believe that [was a mistake]. Everything has a reason, and a plan. Believe me, tomorrow, stay there.
In an effort to protect his top three belts in the world and to seize Haney’s WBC belt, Kambosos stripped off all his clothes as two guards tried to protect him from the cameras with towels, but crossed his border on the first attempt.
“Maybe I did it on purpose,” Kambosos said before explaining how he made the weight again. “I did a piss, as simple as that,” he said. “I was happy. I almost drank Greek coffee, but now that I’m heavy, I’ll have Greek coffee. “
Amidst the high-profile drama and strong support of the Sydney lightweight champion who has been promoted since childhood to suffer from obesity, former champion Jeff Fenech called him “useless”. However, he said it would not take long for Kamboso to cross the border.
“They will have a little sauna and jump, they are not too heavy, they can afford it,” Fenech for Main Event said. For me you always come to see her weight at an acceptable level. She also said she looked at them at the hotel and said she was overweight. A little frustrating. a little.
Authorities urged fans not to shoot at the stadium when Kambosos came to retrieve his second weight, with many Greek supporters chanting the name of their hero. Haney weighed 134.92 pounds and beat the Kamboosos, writing an emoji before calling an Australian “bitch” and insulting his partner by saying, “sucked, dried, I don’t know, that’s what it is, us. ‘I still have to get in and fight.”
“I told him that he is not a real expert because real professionals are rich. He should not take it several times to lose weight, “Haney told FightTV.
“You are angry with them. He’s frustrated he didn’t make a fortune so he’s trying to do everything to get down. In the end, we will fight tomorrow whether they are rich or not. “
During the last battle of the day, Kambosos’ father, Jim, was on the verge of a confrontation with Haney’s group. It was Jim who took 12-year-old George to the Rockdale Police Citizens Youth Club to lose weight. Kambosos woke up quickly after, becoming a professional at the age of 18, winning the NSW title in his third fight and the sixth Australian belt.
Although it was heavy, it sounds cohesive but it would still go on at Marvel Stadium even though the Kambosos did not make it heavy. However, the Sydney slugger would be stripped of his belt regardless of the outcome.
Meanwhile, Haney’s coach Mr. Bill says he has been given a visa and will make a crazy trip from Las Vegas to Melbourne to fight. Bill Haney was initially denied a visa due to a 30-year drug sentence and a boxer was forced to summon Yoel Judah, Zab’s father, as his mentor.