Isaac Cruz calls out Gervonta Davis, Teofimo Lopez and Devin Haney
By Jimmy James – Pacquiao promotions star prospect Isaac Cruz is willing to fight Davin Haney, Teofimo Lopez and Gervonta Davis according to an interview with Golden Era Boxing, where he stated that he wants those fights to take place sooner than later.
“I would like to fight with Teofimo Lopez, but if I can’t fight him, I would like to fight against Gervonta Davis,”said Isaac Cruz . When asked if he would like to fight Devin Haney, he stated that he would like to fight him as well without a problem.
Isaac Cruz is a rough rouged pressure fighter that is very dangerous on the inside with his body shots and destructive style. He is willing to unify and risk his undefeated streak to face fighters with bigger names without worrying about the loss that many fans take as the ultimate sin. Boxing casuals are concerned with losses rather than making the best fights.
Davis is likely to fight Rolando Romero, who has said multiple times he wants the fight. The fight is likely to occur by later this year, without a set date in place yet. On the other hand, unified champion Lopez is facing George Kambosos Jr, in a very explosive fight that could be dangerous for the American if he doesn’t come prepared.
Same goes with Jojo Diaz possibly fighting Ryan Garcia next year given his suspension by the California Athletic Commission until January. Garcia has shown his ducking skills by withdrawing from the Javier Fortuna fight which was supposed to take place back in July. Garcia also ducked Haney among other fighters in his division.
Haney ducked a fight with Fortuna and Gary Russell Jr, the latter willing to go up two divisions to fight him. He lowballed Romero with an offer he would refuse. Now Romero is possibly fighting Davis which is arguably a much more dangerous opponent, which would make no sense to say he ducked Haney. That is like fighting Goku, and having superman accuse you of ducking him!
Isaac Cruz and Jose Valenzuela have expressed their willingness to have the Haney fight, who recently expressed his intention to fight Oscar De LaHoya at almost 60 years of age. He already fought over the hill Jorge Linares and Yuriokis Gamboa which won’t help his legacy, so here is his opportunity to fight a Mexican fighter willing to risk his zero.
All these guys have to fight each other at one point or another because if their intention is to remain undefeated, we might as well all start watching UFC and forget about boxing for good. If everyone fights one another they will all lose against each other, but their heads are stuck in the imaginary notion that undefeated records are greater than undisputed. Floyd Mayweather jr, for much of his undefeated record, he was never undisputed! He never cleaned one single division.
Isaac Cruz is very explosive and he could give any lightweight problems, as long as they are willing to give him the opportunity to fight. He needs a dancing partner to swing and they are fighters who could fight him right now. Hopefully, one steps up and tries to fight him soon because this generation of boxers speaks loud and gives us nothing but crap in return.
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