Haney vs Kambosos 2 – Haney and Kambosos Rematch For All The Belts In Australia
Devin Haney and George Kambosos Jr meet in a rematch for all the marbles at a 135-pounds at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia this Saturday, October 15.
Haney and Kambosos fought for the undisputed titles in June and after a dominant performance from the American, who held only 1 belt beforehand, Kambsos has activated his contracted rematch clause.
There is a visible lack of interest in the bout explaining the decision to stage the rematch in a 15,000-capacity arena whilst the first fight brought over 40,000 to the Marvel Stadium.
Most fans expect the same result in the contest and would rather see Haney in the ring with Vasyl Lomachenko, Gervonta Davis and Shakur Stevenson amongst others.
Who Will The Haney Kambosos Winner Face Next?
Lomachenko makes his ring return on Oct 29 against unbeaten Jamaine Ortiz (16-0-1). Should Loma and Haney win their respective bouts, it’s very likely that they face each other in 2023 with them both being promoted under the Top Rank banner.
Stevenson is also with Bob Arum‘s TR and will look to get a fight in at 135 before being in the mix for the winner.
Haney vs Kambosos Fight Card
Devin Haney (28-0) vs George Kambosos Jr (20-1)- Undisputed Lightweight Titles
Cherneka Johnson (14-1) vs Susie Ramadan (28-3) – IBF Super Bantamweight Title
Jason Moloney (24-2) vs Nawaphon Kaikanha (56-1-1) – WBC Bantamweight Title Eliminator
Andrew Moloney (24-2) vs Norbelto Jimenez (31-9) – WBO International Super Flyweight Title
Hemi Ahio (19-0) vs Faiga Opelu (14-3-1) – 8 Rounds Heavyweight
Lorenzo Simpson (11-0) vs Marcus Heywood (6-4-1) – 8 Rounds Middleweight
David Nyika (4-0) vs Titi Motusaga (4-0) – 6 Rounds Cruiserweight
Amari Jones (7-0) vs Tej Pratap Singh (16-5-3) – 6 Rounds Super Welterweight
John Mannu (6-0-1) vs Adrian Sosa (12-0) – 6 Rounds Super Lightweight
Haney vs Kambosos 2: Start Times, TV Channel, Ring Walks
Haney vs Kambosos 2 will be live on ESPN in the United States with the main card action starting at 10:30 pm ET (7:30 PT). The undercard, shown exclusively on ESPN + in the US, is scheduled to begin at 5:55 pm ET (2:55 PT).
In the United Kingdom, the fight will be available to watch on Sky Sports Arena from 01:00 am on Sunday, 16 October.
Haney Kambosos Main event ring walks are expected at approximately 4:00 am BST (11:00 pm ET, 8:00 pm PT).