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George Kambosos Jr. Eyes Hall of Fame with Lomachenko Win

George Kambosos Jr. is no stranger to criticism, especially following his less-than-stellar performances against Devin Haney. Despite these setbacks, Kambosos remains steadfast in his belief in his abilities, pointing to his victories over respected opponents like Mickey Bey, Lee Selby, and Teofimo Lopez.



George Kambosos


However, Kambosos sees his upcoming bout with Vasiliy Lomachenko on May 12th as a potential game-changer. A win over Lomachenko could catapult him into the realm of boxing legends, securing his spot in the Hall of Fame.


In a recent interview, Kambosos expressed his confidence, stating,


“Hall of Fame for me I believe is on the line. I beat this man, I can get my spot.” Despite his confidence, oddsmakers are not favoring Kambosos in the upcoming fight.

While Kambosos' time as a reigning lightweight champion was short-lived, the IBF sanctioning body's decision to put their strap on the line has given him added motivation. Despite the skepticism from many, Kambosos remains determined to prove his critics wrong and solidify his place among boxing's elite.



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