"I'm fine": undefeated former world champion challenges Lomachenko to a fight. The Ukrainian responded
Former world champion in two weight categories Shakur Stevenson (20-0, 10 KOs) expressed his desire to fight Vasyl Lomachenko (17-3, 11 KOs). In response, the Ukrainian boxer said that he expects to rematch Devin Haney (30-0, 15 KOs), whom he lost to on 20 May.
On his Twitter page, Stevenson, who successfully made his debut in the lightweight division, named Lomachenko as his target. "Vasyl Lomachenko, nothing but respect. You are a champion who fully deserves your belts. I hope you've recovered and are doing well. I think it's time to play a top-level chess game. I'm ready for a big fight, champ, let's do it," the American wrote.
Lomachenko thanked Shakur for the challenge. "Shakur Stevenson, thank you! I'm fine! I'm sorry, but I have unfinished business with Devin Haney," said the Belgorod-Dniester native.
As a reminder, Vasyl Lomachenko lost to Devin Haney by unanimous decision, which caused a lot of controversy among fans and experts. Unified heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs) called it a robbery of the Ukrainian.
American trainer and trainer Russ Anber said that he had watched the fight between Vasyl and Devin three times and gave the victory to Lomachenko each time. And the World Boxing Organisation (WBO) deprived the Ukrainian of the first place in its rankings.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Devin Haney was harassed on Twitter after he announced his support for Ukraine and his intention to make a donation to our country. In addition, the American unexpectedly started talking about revenge with Vasyl Lomachenko.