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BOXING: Lomachenko makes history

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Was a great fight, with the victory, Lomachenko shattered the all-time boxing record for fewest fights needed to win a world title in three weight divisions, accomplishing that in just his 12th fight.

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he doesn't have many fights under his belt in his professional career but what is worth mentioning is his amateur record of 396-1

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1 hour ago, Gotcow? said:

 

It's like 4 fights and you get a title shot?     :headscratch:

Well..Lomenchenko is a tad unique.....as in..quite possibly the best boxer in each weight class he fights in.  (i've never seen a boxer as good as him..he's as evasive as Mayweather but he stands 2' away at all times....always in firing range yet nobody can hit him....it's crazy.

 

Boxing is pretty boring anymore....I usually watch UFC, bellator or overseas stuff....But I watch all his fights.   Truly incredible and entertaining!

 

His only loss was a sham too.  

 

Guys quit in between rounds because they can't find a way to do anything to him.  He won a belt that way.  Dude called it quits and even was getting screamed at by his coach...

 

Amazing watching his footwork...dudes so quick he gets around and behind opponents before they even figure out where he went.....

instead of blocking a punch which 99% can't even get their hands up...he ducks and fires....really cool to watch how he makes high level boxers look like their first time in the ring.

 

This was a great fight....Lomanchenko got knocked down for the first time since 07 when he stepped into an over hand right.....

Then a few round later crushed his liver for the KO

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as a southpaw he has an incredible ability to move to his right and ends up firing punches perpendicular to his opponent while they still think he's in front of them, His father (coach) pulled him out of boxing at age 9 and had him do Ukrainian dance lessons, which to this day he says improved his footwork immensely

 

he's made a few guys quit who just get frustrated and cant figure him out they were joking that his nickname should be NoMasChenko

 

 

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