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Bill Haney says George Kambosos will be vulnerable the more he throws

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By Dan Ambrose: Trainer Bill Haney is utterly confident that his son WBC lightweight champion Devin Haney will march into Australia and defense unified champ George Kambosos Jr. next month on June 5th at the Marvel Stadium, in Melbourne.

Bill says that Kambosos (20-0, 10 KOs) will put himself in the line of fire the more he chooses to thrown, as Devin will take advantage by hitting him back.

Kambosos isn’t known for having a high punch output, but you never know what he has planned. The shots that he landed against Teofimo Lopez did a lot of damage to his face early on, cutting him up.

Haney hasn’t suffered cuts during his career, so he may not be as susceptible to that problem as we saw with Teofimo.

“We’re looking to be victorious,” said Bill Haney to Fight Hub TV, talking about Devin Haney vs. George Kambosos Jr fight on June 5th. “He says he’s a better fighter, so we’re preparing for a better fighter.

“We have to sharpen every toolbox and be ready to make adjustments. The more you throw the more you get punched. That’s always been the method and the model we live by.

“We like a guy to come in and throw a lot of punches. We like a guy to be aggressive, and we look forward to Kambosos doing everything he said he was going to do.

“We plan on going over and turning the Austrralian fans into fans of Devin Haney just by his performance. We’re going to go and gain their respect to put on a stage and event like this, and be as professional as we should be and do what need to do.

“Once we become victorious, then we’ll look around at the rest of the landscape. We want to make the biggest fights happen. Shout out to Eddie [Hearn]. Matchroom and DAZN, who didn’t tie us to a situation where we couldn’t make the legach-defining fight.

“Kambosos brings a certain skillset where Devin will handicap him from what he likes to do, and see what he likes to do with what he doesn’t like to do. Is he a complete fighter or a one-dimensional fighter. We’re prepared to make every adjustment that we need to make.

“We’ve never been in a close fight. We’re looking for Devin to be the dominant Devin that he is. The object of the fight game is to hit and not get hit,” said




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