‘Just a dream for him’: Kambosos vows to be a living ‘nightmare’ for US rival in ‘biggest’ fight in Oz 🔴GO🔴LIVE📺🥊👉 Haney vs. Kambosos Jr. BOXING FREE
🔴W@TCH🔴LIVE🔴📺🥊👉 Haney vs. Kambosos Jr. BOXING 4K George Kambosos Jr. declared Devin Haney’s undisputed champion aspirations as nothing more than a “dream” and vowed to be a “nightmare” for the American. Kambosos Jr. and Haney will face off at Marvel Stadium on June 5 to decide who will be the undisputed lightweight champion of the world. Watch one of the biggest boxing fights ever in Australia: George Kambosos Jr. vs Devin Haney, Sun 5 June with Main Event on Kayo Sports. No Kayo subscription needed to order. ORDER NOW > The Australian gained almost the full set of belts by defeating Teofimo Lopez via split decision at Madison Square Garden in November, but Haney holds the last piece of the puzzle in the form of the WBC lightweight championship. While Haney didn’t win a fight to secure the belt — he was elevated as the champ in 2019 when Vasiliy Lomachenko became the WBC’s Franchise Champion — he has successfully defended the title on four occasions. The 23-year-old goes by the nickname of “The Dream” and will be looking to make his boxing dreams come true in Melbourne next Sunday. But Kambosos Jr. insists that once reality sets in, Haney will quickly see his dreams will remain just that. MORE COVERAGE Mind games erupt before Aussie blockbuster after drug test threat, ‘laughable’ sparring approach ‘My biggest fans’: Kambosos leaks footage of US opponent wildly celebrating his last win Massive trilogy fight confirmed as epic five-year rivalry reaches zenith “It’s just a dream for him,” Kambosos told reporters at his gym in Mortdale. “I’m reality. I’m a nightmare. “Everyone has dreams, I had a dream to become champion of the world. But unfortunately most of the time a lot of dreams don’t come off. “This is his dream, but come June 5th the nightmare and the reality will kick in. It will kick in from round one.” Kambosos doubled down on the theme of nightmares, writing “night” on one of his strapped hands and “mare” on the other during his final training session in Sydney before flying down to Melbourne. He was also talking to his trainer as if he was Haney himself, yelling “come and get me, Dev.” Now that the pre-fight preparation in his home city now complete, Kambosos Jr.’s attention now shifts to the upcoming week in Melbourne. With only a handful of seats at Marvel Stadium, the event promises to be a landmark occasion in not just Australian boxing history, but sporting history too. There’s also the carrot of beating the attendance record for an Australian boxing fight which was set in 2017 when Jeff Horn took on Manny Pacquiao for the WBO welterweight title in Brisbane. 51,052 fans witnessed Horn produce one of the biggest upsets in the history of the sport, but Kambosos Jr. has vowed that his fight will usurp the attendance and that it is simply incomparable with any bout that has previously taken place on home soil. “The biggest, full stop” Kambosos said when asked how big this fight is in the history of Australian boxing. “Every belt on the line, obviously I’m bringing all the belts and he’s bringing his half-piece, but this is the biggest. You can’t compare it to any other fight. “This is two undefeated guys, two guys that have so much to prove. All of the belts, here in Australia, this is history. “Full stop this is the biggest, no matter what they want to say.