L/P~Vasyl Lomachenko v Jose Pedraza WBA boxing Live
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Saturday 8th December 2018
Madison Square Garden, New York, USA
WBA Super World Lightweight Championship
WBO World Lightweight Championship
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NEW YORK CITY – Vasiliy Lomachenko is prepared to make some real progress on the Big Apple. Lomachenko, the pound-for-pound whiz and WBA lightweight best on the planet, will hope to bring together world titles out of the blue as an expert when he conflicts with WBO champion Jose “Sharpshooter” Pedraza on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 9 p.m. ET, live on ESPN and ESPN Deportes at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden. This denotes Lomachenko’s fourth headliner appearance at a Madison Square Garden setting.
Lomachenko-Pedraza will feature an extraordinary version of Top Rank on ESPN, which will pursue the 84th Annual Heisman Memorial Trophy Presentation.
Advanced by Top Rank, ticket and undercard data for this big showdown occasion will be declared soon.
“Boxing fans are energized that Vasiliy Lomachenko will be back in real life on Dec. 8,” said Top Rank CEO Bob Arum. “He realizes that in WBO champion Jose Pedraza, he faces an extreme adversary with a style that may give him a great deal of inconvenience.”
“I am prepared to battle a fantastic adversary like Jose Pedraza,” Lomachenko said. “My objective has dependably been to bind together the titles, and Pedraza is remaining in my direction. There is something uncommon about battling in New York City and at Madison Square Garden. The fans in New York City are genuine boxing fans, and I can hardly wait to put on another breathtaking execution for them.”
“I am appreciative to have this chance, since I didn’t find the opportunity to bring together titles when I was champion in the lesser lightweight division,” Pedraza said. “In this division, I will accomplish my objective, and I will do it against extraordinary compared to other boxers on the planet. There will be an astonishment on Dec. 8!”
“We are excited to bring fans one of the year’s marquee boxing occasions to ESPN,” said ESPN’s Burke Magnus, official VP, programming and booking. “At present positioned as the best pound-for-pound contender in the game, Lomachenko is who fans need to watch. His memorable triumph a year ago on this night was an enormous achievement, and we anticipate displaying the world’s best by and by.”
Lomachenko (11-1, 9 KOs) is broadly viewed as the best beginner boxer ever, as he posted a 396-1 record with Olympic gold decorations for his local Ukraine in 2008 and 2012. In the ace positions, he has kept on scratching his name in the history books.
Lomachenko tied a boxing record by winning a world title in his third ace session on June 21, 2014, a reasonable focuses win against Gary Russell Jr. to guarantee the empty WBO featherweight title. He made three barriers of that title before climbing to 130 pounds. In his introduction at 130 pounds, Lomachenko thumped out Roman Martinez with an uppercut-snare mix to win the WBO junior lightweight world title.
Following the Martinez session, Lomachenko started an exceptional dash of four back to back rivals – Nicholas Walters, Jason Sosa, Miguel Marriaga, and Guillermo Rigondeaux – resigning on their stools.
The Rigondeaux session, which occurred last December at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden, was the first run through in boxing history that a couple of two-time Olympic gold medalists battled as experts. After six rounds, Rigondeaux quit on his stool.
With nothing left to demonstrate at 130 pounds, Lomachenko climbed to lightweight and tested WBA champion Jorge Linares. On May 12 at Madison Square Garden, Lomachenko endured a labral tear of his correct shoulder in the second round and was thumped down with a correct turn in the 6th, just to return and stop Linares with a left hand to the body in the tenth round.
The Linares triumph meant another achievement for Lomachenko. In turning into a three-weight best on the planet in 12 proficient battles, he broke the past record set by Jeff Fenech (20 battles) in 1988. Lomachenko has thumped out eight successive rivals going back to his fourth expert session in 2014.
Pedraza (25-1, 12 KOs), from Cidra, Puerto Rico, has move back to the highest point of the game after a January 2017 TKO misfortune to Gervonta Davis that saw him give up his IBF junior lightweight world title. He returned 14 months after the fact as a lightweight on March 17, closing out Jose Luis Rodriguez more than eight rounds at the Hulu Theater at Madison Garden.
After a hard-battled 10-round consistent ruling against Antonio Moran on June 9, Pedraza ventured out to Glendale, Ariz., on Aug. 25 to confront WBO lightweight best on the planet Ray Beltran. He scored an eleventh round knockdown to seal the consistent choice triumph, winding up just the second male Puerto Rican warrior to win world titles at 130 and 135 pounds.