Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by mark ant, Nov 22, 2022.
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I got Haney on points if this happens. Loma is good but Haney is too big and too sharp for the aging Loma
Loma would trashbag Haney
Not can but will
I have a lot of respect for Loma, a very skilled boxer. Having said that I think the size is going to be a problem here.
Please, let fans think that Haney will destroy Loma, so the odds will be very juicy on Lomas stoppage.
Lomachenko is at least 5 levels above Haney and I don't think he will lose a single round to him.
Loma is 2 times Olympic and 4 times World/European gold medalist. He didn't collect those medals from trees.
Haney, on the other hand, has 0 (zero) medals. Not even silver or bronze medals.
Loma will absolutely beat Haney like a cat plays with a mouse. You can never overlook those gold medals, they are the perfect proof of level difference between these two fighters.
Loma wins by unanimous decision (120-108) and he will most probably KO Haney in late rounds, no matter how big Haney is.
We just ignoreing his last fight with Ortiz, he's clearly starting to fade if the fight doesn't happen fast I could be too late.
He beat Ortiz too, to be honest.
These assumptions based on who he beat and ignoring the level of fighters he lost to is always funny. Everybody looks great on selective YouTube highlights.
Skills, size, age and hunger considered Haney might just be sLomo's hardest task and he ain't buying the organizations in this one how he bought his first two title opportunities without earning them.
Loma is 2 times Olympic gold medalist.
Saliddadio isn't. I guess we can skip 'what's your point'.
These are just trivia facts, fact is his recent performance show he is possibly slipping which could be a problem.
Lopez lost to Lomachenko.
We will see.