Devin Haney vs Vasiliy Lomachenko became the biggest boxing bout in the lightweight division. The two lightweight fighters put up a great…
Devin Haney vs Vasiliy Lomachenko became the biggest boxing bout in the lightweight division. The two lightweight fighters put up a great show for the Undisputed Lightweight Title. This fight ended up in a victory for the youngest champion. Surprisingly, Devin Haney defeated Vasiliy Lomachenko via a unanimous decision. But how much money did Devin Haney earn by beating Vasiliy Lomachenko? Find out. Follow Boxing News Updates with Insidesport.IN
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How Much Money Did Devin Haney Make By Beating Vasiliy Lomachenko?
Devin Haney and Vasiliy Lomachenko fought in a 12-round bout for the undisputed lightweight title. The ‘Dream’ gave a strong start from round 1 dominating the underdog Lomachenko. He maintained to top the first 3 rounds with maximum body shots and left jabs. However, from the 6 round, the flow of the match changed toward Lomachenko as he went to charge on the champion. Despite the 24-year-old trying to hit his opponent, Lomachenko bounced back with a left-right combination.
Eventually, the match ended after a vigorous 12-round bout where Devin Haney defeated Vasiliy Lomachenko via a unanimous decision. This fight was totally on the Ukranian boxer’s side after he went on a rampage to win consecutive rounds. However, the final decision is controversially opposed by many fans.
After securing his 30th straight win, Devin Haney has successfully defended his Undisputed Lightweight Title. For his bout with Lomachenko, Devin Haney will earn around $1 million in his fight purse along with 50% to 70%, PPV shares. In his last 3 fights, Haney earned a fight purse of more than $500K adding his total to more than $1.5 million for his last 3 fights.
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