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Devin Haney subsequent struggle: Vasiliy Lomachenko nonetheless prime goal, Jorge Linares if deal can’t be made


Throughout this video interview with Combat Hype, WBC light-weight titleholder Devin Haney talks about feeling wholesome once more after coping with accidents and what huge fights he’s taking a look at. Clearly there’s been numerous speak about Haney probably combating Jorge Linares, however that struggle has not been made official so Haney remains to be contemplating a number of choices.

On getting a poor reception to his win over Yuriorkis Gamboa

“I imply, everyone has a proper to their very own opinion. I really feel like I went in there and I placed on a grasp class, like I stated. I took him to boxing college and, um, it’s what it’s. We on to the following.”

On if he’s going to struggle Jorge Linares subsequent

“Jorge Linares is the front-runner however I’m nonetheless trying ahead to — hopefully we will make a struggle with Loma. If we will’t then it’s gonna be Linares.”

On Lomachenko lastly displaying an inclination to struggle him

“I’m glad that he lastly acknowledged me and eventually is eager about making the struggle. It sucks now that it comes after he took a loss. I’d reasonably it’s when he was on prime. However on the finish of the day a struggle with me and Loma will nonetheless be big and it’s a struggle that I’d welcome.

“We not ruling no person out. Whether or not it’s Javier Fortuna, whether or not it’s Loma, whether or not it’s Ryan, whether or not it’s Teo, whether or not it’s Tank — it doesn’t matter, I need to struggle one of the best fighters and I need to maintain climbing, maintain beating them separately.”

On why he believes he would beat Lomachenko extra decisively than Teofimo Lopez

“On the finish of the day Teofimo did lay the blueprint — or one other blueprint — on the right way to beat Loma. So it simply reveals he might be beat, there may be completely different ways in which he might be beat. And it’s what it’s.”

On what will probably be like if he faces Linares who might doubtlessly match his hand pace

“No, I don’t assume that he can match my hand pace. I do assume that he’s quick. He is likely to be the quickest struggle that I fought up to now — I believe he’s the quickest fighter that I fought up to now. However I believe pace is nothing with out timing.”