- George Kambosos Jr plans to add Devin Haney’s WBC belt to his WBA Super, IBF and WBO titles.
- He would become the first of the four belt boss since Pernell Whitaker in 1990.
- The fight will be streamed live on Sky Sports Box Office.
Albeit a split-choice win over the unbeaten Teofimo Lopez in New York saw him guarantee those three lashes Kambosos Jr remaining parts.
That, in any case, simply spurs the 28-year-old to discredit the cynics.
“I love the underdog status, it’s okay,” Kambosos Jr said. “They’ve been against me my whole career, they’ve been saying that my whole career, so I’m still the top dog and after Sunday I will remain the top dog.
“It has been a long, hard journey, everyone knows that, but I’m ready for Sunday. All those moments have got me ready for Sunday and I will shock the world again. Underdog? Beautiful – we are ready.
“I’ve been through it all so whatever comes to the table on Sunday, we are prepared.”
Kambosos required a second endeavor to make the load for the unification world title session after at first neglecting to plunge under the cutoff notwithstanding stripping exposed at Saturday’s weigh-in.
The Australian at last made as far as possible in the wake of being surrendered to two hours to drop the abundance weight.
“Art of war, baby, deception,” Kambosos said following his second trip to the scales.
“Let them believe that this was done. Anything is for a cause, anything is for a process. Trust me tomorrow, just be here.”
Haney serenely made as far as possible as the sets of undefeated contenders plan to go into the challenge at the 50,000-seater Docklands Stadium.
“I knew what I needed to do, I made weight, and I’m a genuine hero,” said Haney. “I mean he’s kissed up, he’s dry, I don’t have the foggiest idea, what will be will be, we’ve actually got to go in there and battle.
“In any case, I’m a genuine boss and genuine heroes make weight.”
Friday’s last question and answer session in front of the conflict at Marvel Stadium was a substantially more quelled undertaking contrasted with their gathering before in the week when Kambosos Jr marked Haney “a rodent” and “a source”, blaming him for dishing soil to him on individual American Lopez in front of last year’s battle.
Kambosos Jr (20-10)- 0) cut a more harsh, centered figure this time around as opposed to attempting to stir up the flames considerably more, demanding he will do his talking in the ring on Sunday.
“I knew what I had to do, I made weight, and I’m a true champion,” said Haney. “I mean he’s sucked up, he’s dry, I don’t know, it is what it is, we’ve still got to go in there and fight.
“But I’m a true champion and true champions make weight.”
As far as concerns him, Haney was agreeable for Kambosos Jr to adopt anything that strategy he needed pre-battle and was resolute any endeavors at mind games would affect him before stepping in the ring.
“This is the biggest stage, but this is something I’ve trained for,” Haney said. “I knew this day would come, I didn’t think it would come this early, but I’m thankful and it’s time.
“I feel like I’m the far better fighter, I have far more skills than him and I’ll show that on Sunday.
“It’s for me to show that in the ring; the betting odds don’t really matter, and I will show you no matter what people say. I’m levels above him.”
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