Are you looking for the unified lightweight world champion versus WBC featherweight champion Jorge Linares live results? This is an exciting matchup to watch. This is an rematch of the unified lightweight world champion and WBC featherweight champion. Linares is a two-time world champion and has fought against Luke Campbell and Anthony Crolla. Both men are highly-rated in their respective divisions. If the winner wins, Haney will retain his unified lightweight title. However, this fight has a lot of intrigue as both fighters are aiming for the WBC featherweight title.
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The unified lightweight world championship is in play in June as George Kambosos and Devin Haney face off for the title of undisputed lightweight world champion. The fight will take place at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne, Australia, and will be broadcast live on ESPN in the U.S. Haney is a rising star from Las Vegas and has fought on DAZN for Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing. Recently, he signed a multi-fight co-promotional deal with Top Rank and Lou DiBella. The bout will air exclusively on ESPN.
Devin Haney retained his WBC lightweight title in a spectacular performance in Las Vegas, putting on a controlled boxing clinic over the first nine rounds. The 34-year-old Haney looked sharp and flashed his trademark skills, including speed, elusiveness, bodywork, and uppercuts. However, the fight was a bit short of being a knockout for Haney.
The fight between the unified lightweight world champions should be an exciting one. If the champion wins, it will be a tense bout, with one of the top two contenders being the unified lightweight world champion. It should be an exciting fight for fans, and the two champions could go on to face off in a rematch.
The bout has been scheduled for twelve rounds, but the fight ended early. The corner of Martin Joseph Ward pulled out after the seventh round, as the fight had already reached the twelve-round point. Fortunately, Haney survived a vicious uppercut from Fuzile and was able to stay in the fight for at least the third round. In the meantime, Khalil Coe stopped Nathaniel Tadd in the second round. Lastly, Reshat Mati defeated Ryan Pino and won a unanimous decision.
Linares became the WBC featherweight champion
Antonio Linares, 29, is a Mexican-American fighter who made his first title defense last year. Haney, who is undefeated, is a tough opponent and used speed and pop to land punches. Linares showed some sting in the tenth round to knock the champion out. Haney ended up winning the bout on a majority decision after Linares dropped the judges’ scorecard in round eight.
On October 10, 2015, Linares defeated Ivan Cano in Venezuela. Ivan Cano was already down and beaten in round three, but Linares knocked him out in round four. The victory gave Linares his first WBC featherweight title. He also became the second Latin American to defeat a top-level champion. While there are many reasons for Linares’ rise, it is still unclear how he did it.
Despite his age, Linares is still a promising boxer. His impressive win over Haney boosted his ranking in the world boxing rankings. He’s still young and will likely be able to win many more fights this year. He’s already been trained by several top fighters including former world champion Dejan Zlaticanin and the late WBA president Gilberto Mendoza senior.
Jorge Linares was born in Barinas, Venezuela, and is currently based in Tokyo, Japan. He made his professional debut in 2002 and went on to become the WBC featherweight champion in 2007.
The fight was live on Sky Box Office PPV. Hearn made the announcement on March 19 and said that it would be a big night for British boxing. Linares’ first title defense was against a WBA featherweight champion. Hearn called it an “epic night” for British boxing. While Mitchell is the current champion, Linares is still undefeated and unbeaten.
Jorge Linares’ parents and brother are both from Venezuela. His family is close to him, as evidenced by the many photos he has posted on social media. His education is unknown, but he must have graduated from a high school or university. And his weight is 61 kg. It’s unclear if he has a brother or sister. If he is the father of a son, then he is married to his wife, Michelle Linares.
Haney retains unified lightweight title
Devin Haney retained his WBC lightweight title with a win over Jorge Linares. Haney, who previously defeated Teofimo Lopez in April, was wobbled by Linares’ right hand in the 10th round, but fought back with a vengeance. Haney also landed two body shots, but was outworked in the final round. Diaz also showed his superior conditioning.
Jorge Linares was a longtime favorite before Haney stopped him in the first round. The fight was a 12 rounder, but Haney made it look easy, even if he was outboxed by Lopez in the final rounds. Haney holds the IBF, WBA, and WBC lightweight titles, along with the WBC franchise. Lopez, meanwhile, was 16-1 with 12 KOs.
In the co-main event, the WBC and WBO crowned two lightweight champions. One was a former pound-for-pound champ, while the other was a super featherweight champion. Both fights will be televised in the UK and Australia. The WBC lightweight title fight is scheduled to take place on December 4 in Australia. Haney retained the title after defeating two former lightweight champions.
Diaz had his moments, but Haney showed that he is a better fighter. Diaz dominated in the first half of the fight, but never really looked like a threat to Haney. Diaz had moments of success, but never got a knockout. Diaz never stopped coming forward, but Haney showed his ability to take a fight to the wire. Despite his injury, Diaz was out-stripped throughout the fight.
Linares was on the verge of defeat in the last few rounds. Although Haney was the more favored fighter, he had to battle through Linares’s blitzkrieg of punches. However, despite a stacked deck, he was able to retain his WBC lightweight title. Haney may have to wait until Linares is ranked higher to compete in his division.
After retaining the WBC lightweight title, Haney is now targeting George Kambosos Jr., who robbed Teofimo Lopez of his WBO and WBC lightweight titles. George Kambosos wants to defend his title and country in Australia, and Haney wants to fight him. In the meantime, he is unbeaten in twenty bouts, and George Kambosos Jr. is looking to prove he is one of the best lightweights in the world.
Linares defeats yuriorkis Gamboa
The winner of Jorge Linares vs. Yuriorkis Gamboa will have a tough task, as both fighters are experienced and have a good eye. Haney is the bookies’ favourite, as is Linares, who is a four-time world champion. While Haney is the favourite, the underdog Linares has a decent resume with five fights under his belt. Moreover, Haney has the best chance to win by stoppage.
While Gamboa can move and do a lot of things, Linares has too much speed to compensate for it. He’ll probably get hit a lot, and it’s likely that he won’t get the chance to reset his distance. The biggest problem with Linares’ gameplan is that it’s not clear what will happen to him in the next fight.
There are no rematches scheduled for Linares in the near future, but he will likely try to set up a rematch. After all, Haney is too important to lose. It’s going to be interesting to see if Linares agrees to fight Haney again. Hearn’s been babbling that Haney is the best lightweight in the division and he will surely want to get him back.
The fight will be close but Haney has the advantage in age and experience. The only time Haney has fought was a rematch against the former WBA featherweight champion Gamboa, and he was just coming off an Achilles injury. Gamboa also beat Linares last year, so he has a good chance to win this fight. With Haney’s height advantage and reach advantage, Haney should be able to dominate the fight.
Devin Haney is the current WBC lightweight champion. He was a hot prospect before winning the title, but he underperformed against Gamboa and left the crowd with more questions than answers. In his previous fight against Yuriorkis Gamboa, he had to win on a unanimous decision, so a knockout against Linares could help him get back on track.