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Haney-Kambosos Jr fight will take place inside Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne

George Kambosos Jr asked, and he shall receive his shot at redemption. The undisputed lightweight titles are on the line on October 15 (Oct. 16 in Australia) as Devin Haney defends the WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring titles against the former champion in Kambosos.

The Haney-Kambosos Jr fight will take place inside Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia. The last bout between the two took place in Marvel Stadium.

When is Haney-Kambosos Jr 2 Fight? 

  • Date: Saturday, October 15 | Sunday, October 16 (AU)
  • Start time: TBA
  • Main event: TBA

Haney-Kambosos Jr

Haney vs Kambosos 2 takes place on October 15 in the U.S. (Oct. 16 in Australia). The boxing tonight will provide additional information for the fight when it is released, including the start time.

When the two fought one another, Haney outpointed Kambosos, landing 147 shots compared to Kambosos’ 100, via CompuBox. Haney utilized his jab, while Kambosos could not counter his blows.

“I am looking forward to October 16th at Rod Laver Arena, and that’s where I will do my talking. Inside the ring,” Kambosos stated.

Here is a complete guide for Haney Kambosos 2, including the start time, fight card, price, updated betting odds, and more. The boxing tonight will be providing updates as time goes on.

How to watch Devin Haney vs George Kambosos Jr 2

  • TV channel: ESPN+ | ESPN | ESPN Deportes
  • Live stream: ESPN+, Main Event

The Kambosos vs. Haney main card will air on ESPN, ESPN+, and ESPN Deportes.

Devin Haney is headed down under once again. The undisputed lightweight king is set to make the first defense of his titles against the man he earned them from in George Kambosos Jr., according to multiple reports.

Keith Idec of Boxing Scene reports that the rematch will take place on Oct. 15 inside Rod Laver Stadium in Melbourne — the site of the first meeting between the two foes. Dan Rafael was first to report the rematch being targeted for that date.

Devin Haney record and bio 

  • Nationality: American
  • Born: November 17, 1998
  • Height: 5-8
  • Reach: 71 inches
  • Total fights: 28
  • Record: 28-0 with 15 wins via knockout

George Kambosos Jr. record and bio

  • Nationality: Australian
  • Born: June 14, 1993
  • Height: 5-9 1/2
  • Reach: 68 inches
  • Total fights: 21
  • Record: 20-1 with 10 wins via knockout

 

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