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An undisputed lightweight champion will be crowned in Australia on Saturday night when these two titleholders meet
Haney will put his WBC belt on the line in a main-event contest at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium, while Kambosos Jr defends the WBO, WBA and IBF straps against the American.
Both Haney, 23, and his Australian opponent will look to remain unbeaten, too, with the tourist entering this bout with a professional record of 27-0 (15 knockouts), while Kambosos Jr is 20-0 (10 KOs).
Last time out, 28-year-old Kambosos Jr earned a career-defining victory over Teofimo Lopez, dethroning the American with a split-decision win in November. Meanwhile, Haney retained his WBC title by outpointing Joseph Diaz in April 2021.
Here’s all you need to know about this weekend’s big fight.
Date: June 4 | Location: Marvel Stadium -- Melbourne, Australia
Start time: 9 p.m. ET
TV Channel: ESPN | Stream: fuboTV
Who will walk out of Australia with all the gold? On June 4 (June 5 in Australia), George Kambosos Jr. and Devin Haney compete for the WBA, IBF, WBO, WBC and The Ring lightweight titles. The fight takes place inside Marvel Stadium in Melbourne.
Haney turned pro at 17 after winning seven National titles. He won the WBC Youth lightweight title in 2017. Haney won the interim WBC lightweight title in 2019 against Antonio Moran. Promoted as the champion, Haney has defended the belt four times. His last fight was a unanimous decision win over Joseph Diaz in December.
A two-time Australian National Championships silver medalist, Kambosos made his pro debut in 2013 at age 19. An Australian, WBA-PABA and WBA Oceania lightweight champion, Kambosos beat Mickey Bey and Lee Selby in 2019 and 2020.
Kambosos faced off against Teofimo Lopez in November 2021 for the WBA, IBF, WBO and The Ring lightweight titles. Kambosos dominated against the young champion, beating him via split decision.
The main card should begin at 9 a.m. AEST and 7 p.m. ET. Kambosos and Haney should make their way to the ring around 2 p.m. AEST and 12 a.m. ET, depending on how long the undercard fights last.
George Kambosos Jr. vs. Devin Haney fight card
George Kambosos (c) vs. Devin Haney (c) for the WBC, WBA, WBO, IBF and The Ring lightweight titles
Andrew Moloney vs. Alexander Espinoza; Super-Flyweights
Amari Jones vs. Ankush Hooda; Super-Welterweight
Jason Moloney vs. Aston Palicte; Bantamweights
Junior Fa vs. Lucas Browne; Heavyweights
Hemi Ahio vs. Joe Jones; Heavyweights
David Nyika vs. Billy Ching; Cruiserweights
Terry Nickolas vs. Lachlan Higgins; Super-Welterweights
Taylah Robertson vs. Sarah Higginson; Super-Flyweights
Isaias Sette vs. Luke Gersbeck; Super-Welterweights
Yoel Angeloni vs. Ken Aitken; Welterweights
Hussein Fayad vs. Pom Thanawut Phetkum; Super-featherweights
Throughout an already busy weekend on tap in the world of combat sports, there may not be a single fight this Saturday with more stakes attached than boxing's undisputed lightweight championship bout pairing unbeaten champions George Kambosos Jr. and Devin Haney.
With an expected crowd of 50,000 set for Marvel Stadium in Melbourne, Australia (ESPN, 9 p.m. ET), Kambosos (20-0, 10 KOs) returns to fight on home soil for the first time since 2017 as he looks to continue a meteoric rise that saw him upset Teofimo Lopez Jr. last November to claim the power position in one of the sport's hottest division as the WBA, IBF and WBO champion.
Like his victory over Lopez, however, the 28-year-old Kambosos will enter as the betting underdog -- albeit a very small one this time -- when he welcomes Haney (27-0, 15 KOs), the 23-year-old phenom and WBC champion who has long been considered a future star in the making.
One of the larger storylines associated with the fight that was expected to potentially affect the outcome was the fact that Haney's father and trainer, Bill, was banned from traveling to Australia due to a felony drug conviction dating back to 1992. But the elder Haney was able to secure late approval and is expected to arrive in Melbourne in time to be by his son's side.we45t436523