Übersicht Vasiliy Lomachenko - Luke Campbell (Weltmeisterschaft , August). Wassyl Anatolijowytsch Lomatschenko (ukrainisch Василь Анатолійович Ломаченко; * Geburtsname, Vasiliy Lomachenko. Geburtstag, Februar August einstimmig nach Punkten gegen Luke Campbell (). Durch den Sieg. Wir und unsere Partner speichern und/oder greifen auf Informationen auf Geräten (z. B. Cookies) zu und verarbeiten personenbezogene Daten, z. B. eindeutige.
LIVE/ErgebnisseWir und unsere Partner speichern und/oder greifen auf Informationen auf Geräten (z. B. Cookies) zu und verarbeiten personenbezogene Daten, z. B. eindeutige. Vasyl Lomachenko schlägt in London Luke Campbell nach Punkten. Der Ukrainer ist jetzt im Besitz von drei WM-Gürteln im Leichtgewicht. Luke Campbell is to fight Vasyl Lomachenko for the vacant WBC lightweight title in the UK on August Can he beat the Ukrainian?
Lomachenko Campbell Cookie banner VideoLuke Campbell reacts to his loss against Vasyl Lomachenko Lomachenko is coming forward plenty though, Mano Spanisch a quick flurry to the body. Campbell, 31, who is from Hull in northern Vikings War Of Clans Bewertung but trains in London, could not be faulted for his bravery. Imagine trying to slip and evade those in the ring? Can Spence beat Crawford? Real or not: Smith to present a real Slots-A-Fun Casino to Canelo, Crawford needs a megafight. Campbell, who fell to , came prepared to compete. He fought fundamentally sound and he had his moments. Campbell appeared to buzz Lomachenko in the first and seventh rounds. Ukraine's Lomachenko (, 10 KOs), 31, based in Oxnard, California, controlled the fight, but Campbell's survival instincts and boxing IQ denied him the spectacular finish he craved on his return. Ukraine's Lomachenko (, 10 KOs), 31, based in Oxnard, California, controlled the fight, but Campbell's survival instincts and boxing IQ denied him the spectacular finish he craved on his. Campbell, also an Olympic champ in , gave Lomachenko problems with his longer reach but struggled to make it to the final bell after being knocked down in the 11th and desperately wrestling. Campbell (, 16 KO) did not fight like a + underdog, multiple times stinging Lomachenko while also giving him fits in the southpaw vs. southpaw matchup.
Round 7: Povetkin is looking tired, probably from al the power punches he missed earlier in the bout.
Fury comes forward with hard right jab. Povetkin ducks right into a massive left hand, and misses his follow-up.
Right hand from Fury grazes Povetkin up high, then a miss from Povetkin. Povetkin lands a right hand counter after a three-punch combo from Fury misses.
Fury lands up top as the round ends. Round 8: Povetkin lands a body shot, and a big left is blocked. Right hand from Povetkin connects, and Fury misses a big right hand up top.
Right hand to the body from Povetkin. More body shots from Povetkin. Big right hand up top for Povetkin while Fury is backing up.
He shoots some jabs out, but Povetkin is wise to them now. Left hook from Povetkin misses, and a one-two from Fury also misses. Big left hook from Povetkin right on the chin of Fury.
Then a flurry that puts Fury in the corner. They tie up, both fighters breathing heavily. Fury tries some fancy footwork and avoids an uncorked right hook from Povetkin.
Overhand right from Fury misses and the counter left from Povetkin grazes his chin. Fury doing a lot of backing up now, and dropping his hands.
Round Big punches from Povetkin now, and Fury is on his back foot. Two big hooks from Povetkin to the body, and one up top.
Stiff left hook from Povetkin. They tie up and not much happens in the final 10 seconds. Round The final round gets started with a whimper, with both guys coming forward and sort of getting into a mutual hug.
Povetkin separates, ducks, and lands a stiff right hand on the jaw, but Fury walks through it. Right hand from Fury up top. They tie up again.
Both guys are exhausted. Fury blocks a lunging left hand from Povetkin. Fury gets against the ropes and Povetkin starts throwing heavy shots.
Fury is mostly blocking them, but they stil have to be doing some damage. Fury jabs, ties up, and eats a short flurry from Povetkin as the round comes to an end.
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Vasiliy Lomachenko def. Luke Campbell via unanimous decision Alexander Povetkin def. Hughie Fury via unanimous decision Charlie Edwards vs.
Julio Cesar Martinez ends in no contest due to late strike Joshua Buatsi def. Dean Jones via decision. Campbell, also 31, is a British boxer who has also won an Olympic gold medal, and boasts a record as a professional.
His last loss was a split decision to Jorge Linares, the only common opponent between himself and Lomachenko. Campbell struggled with Linares, while Lomachenko stopped him with a liver punch late in their bout.
Campbell has won his last three bouts, two of which were TKO wins. He had a very successful amateur career and has won 16 of his 22 bouts via knockout.
His height and range make his opponents underestimate his power, and he often catches them getting comfortable just outside the pocket.
He has a large technical arsenal to compliment his physical attributes, unlike some of the more limited fighters Lomachenko has beaten in recent bouts.
Campbell is two inches taller and has a nearly six-inch reach advantage, and both boxers are southpaw, which generally lowers the effectiveness of both boxers.
Campbell will need to frustrate Lomachenko, which is no easy task. The problem Campbell will have is even putting his hands on Lomachenko.
He can throw a punch from any angle and he can get back out of range well before his opponent can respond. He makes amazing boxers look bad.
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Luke Campbell via unanimous decision Round 1: Campbell pawing out the jabs early, and is the immediate aggressor. Ultimately, Lomachenko's class won out as he blasted with double jabs and a stinging attack to the body.
At the conclusion of the fight, Lomachenko held a advantage in power punches. Campbell and Lomachenko were both hurt during a wild seventh round.
After the fight, Lomachenko said, "I wasn't hurt. But I felt his punches. This led to Round 11 where Lomachenko landed a flurry of punches, culminating in a right hand that dropped Campbell to the canvas and seemingly erased any doubt over where the scorecards were heading.
Speaking after the fight, Campbell was asked how good Lomachenko, arguably the world's best pound-for-pound fighter, truly is. This is boxing and we fight to win.
I'm disappointed in myself not getting the victory. They rose to their feet, sensing an almighty upset might be about to happen but Lomachenko responded magnificently with a right hook that had Campbell fumbling backwards and clinging on again.
With three rounds to go Campbell was continuing to do better than most had predicted. But he was getting desperately tired and with just over a minute left in the 11th round he was felled by a right and left hook to the body followed by a right to the head.
Again he survived and the crowd were on their feet to applaud him as he came out for the last. Campbell continued to press, hoping for a big punch to turn the tables.
Still it was only right that he stayed on his shield after such a supreme effort. He will come again. But Lomachenko was — as usual — different class.
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