Victory for the wild George Kambosos

Victory for the wild George Kambosos
Victory for the wild George Kambosos
George Kambosos jnr just won the IBF fight against Lee Selby in London by a split decision. Kambosos is now the mandatory challenger to Teofimo Lopez’s IBF lightweight belt, improving his unbeaten record to 19 wins with a full box display against another former world champion. His speed and accuracy proved to be too much for Selby, which was particularly evident in the later laps.

Kambosos (19-0, 10 KOs) took 118-110 and 116-112 against a bizarre card of 115-114 from Judge Phil Edwards in a separate decision. At the last bell he raised his hands, his triumph was clear, although he fought Selby (28: 3) on his home lawn in Great Britain.

The 27-year-old Kambosos is now the mandatory challenger to the world title of Teofimo Lopez, who defeated legendary Vasilily Lomachenko last month to unify the division.

“I told you I would do it, I’m too fast, too strong, too aggressive, too smart, too powerful – everything,” Kambosos said after the fight at Sky Sports.

“World No. 1, mandatory. Lopez, you know what it is now. Let’s do it down under. Two warriors, two lions, let’s go to war. Let’s do it – I want this fight. ”

Well done, wild kambosis. You made Australia and Greece proud.

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