George Kambosos will take on American Devin Haney in the biggest fight on Australian soil, with the winner to walk away from Marvel Stadium as the undisputed lightweight world champion. Here’s absolutely everything you need to know.
George Kambosos shocked the world when he upset Teofimo Lopez to claim the WBA, IBF and WBO lightweight world titles, and will make his first defence of the belts against American WBC title-holder Devin Haney this weekend.
Both fighters are undefeated, with a combined record of 47 wins and no losses.
The victor will depart Melbourne as the lightweight division’s first ever undisputed world champion.
Here’s absolutely everything you need to know about the fight.
How to watch Kambosos vs Haney?
Kambosos vs Haney will be shown live and exclusive on Main Event pay per view.
You can order the fight here.
When is Kambosos vs Haney?
Kambosos fights Haney on Sunday, May 5.
What time is Kambosos vs Haney?
The event is being staged to coincide with prime time on the West Coast of America, so the undercard will get started on Sunday morning.
Expect Kambosos and Haney to fight at around 2pm.
Where is Kambosos vs Haney?
The fight will be held at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne.
The venue is generally used for AFL, but has hosted two blockbuster UFC events.
Are Kambosos vs Haney tickets still available?
Tickets are selling fast, with a crowd of at least 45,000 expected in attendance.
But you can still grab some if you’re quick.
Kambosos vs Haney undercard
It’s a stacked undercard, featuring 12 bouts including some of the best talent from Australia and New Zealand.
George Kambosos vs Devin Haney – lightweight
Jason Moloney vs Aston Palicte – bantamweight
Junior Fa vs Lucas Browne – heavyweight
Andrew Moloney vs Alexander Espinoza – super flyweight
Hemi Ahio vs Christian Tsoye – heavyweight
Terry Nikolas vs Lachlan Higgins – middleweight
Amari Jones vs Ankush Hooda – super welterweight
Taylah Robertson vs Sarah Higginson – flyweight
David Nyika vs Karim Mataala – cruiserweight
Yoel Angeloni vs Ken Aitken – welterweight
Hussein Fayad vs Pom Phetkum – super featherweight
Isaias Sette vs Luke Gersbeck – super welterweight
George Kambosos record
Kambosos has a perfect record of 20-0 since debuting in May 2013.
The Sydneysider has 10 wins by knockout, most recently dispatching Richard Pena in the sixth round in 2019.
Kambosos’ last three wins, against Lopez, Lee Selby and Mickey Bey, have all come via split decision.
Devin Haney record
Haney’s record stands at 27-0, with 15 wins by knockout.
His last four fights have all gone the distance, and his most recent stoppage win came over Zaur Abdullaev in 2019.
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