Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by mark ant, Nov 22, 2022.
loma wins via body shots
Anyone who thinks loma destroys Haney is crazy. This is a close fight either way.
I'm backing Haney.
A younger Loma could do it but Haney is strong and skilled. I can't see Loma stopping him and I can see Loma giving away the opening 5 rounds.
Haney is younger, bigger, and a well schooled boxer.
Loma is older, smaller, and has had close to 450 fights in his career.
Haney on points.
Tough fight because of the size difference but I still like Loma. Haney would not be a small welterweight and is a huge lightweight but he has no power. Loma had some rust in the last fight but is still very smart and tough. Haney is fast, young and big. Great matchup if it happens. I hope it does.
Long and quick with a distance regulating jab, Haney is arguably the most difficult opponent Loma could face at 135lbs at the moment.
Nevertheless, I think the Ukrainian will look much sharper than his last outing against Ortiz.
Haney's relative lack of power and crisp yet generally straightforward/predictable offense, moreover, leads me to believe that Loma figures the kid out quicker and gets inside often enough to steal the late rounds and a close decision (115-113 Loma, 115-113 Haney, Loma 115-113).
Linares beat Haney black and blue. Haney edged Linares in that fight.
Lomachenko will 100% school Haney. Haney is nothing, he doesn't have any medals.
If Pacman sends Lomo some supplements, im sure Lomo can regain his previous form...
Salido punched him in the nuts like litteraly 50 times i mean come on the dude should have been disqualified
What’s with the obsession of medals in amateur boxing?
A cat playing with a mouse?
I think you’re going to need some counselling if this comes off.
Haney. Too young and big
Teo doesn’t have any medals.
Dumb post. Medals are irrelevant in this match up.
It would be a shame to see Loma lose to an ass clown like Haney who would never have stood a chance against him in his prime.
Not for the first 6 rounds.