Devin Haney vs Vasiliy Lomachenko: Date, UK Start Time, Live Stream, TV Channel, Undercard to Huge Lightweight Fight

DEVIN HANEY’s big duel with Vasiliy Lomachenko is less than two weeks away – and we’ve got all the details for you to follow the action.

Undisputed lightweight champion Haney faces the toughest test of his career in Loma, who previously held three of his opponent’s belts.

Devin Haney holds the WBA, WBO, WBC, and IBF lightweight titles


Devin Haney holds the WBA, WBO, WBC, and IBF lightweight titles
Vasiliy Lomachenko beat Jamaine Ortiz on points in his last game


Vasiliy Lomachenko beat Jamaine Ortiz on points in his last game

Lomachenko lost the titles to Teofimo Lopez, who eventually dropped them to George Kambosos Jr.

Haney eventually beat Kambosos Jr. twice to win all four jewels and set up a huge showdown in Las Vegas with Ukraine’s Lomachenko, who has been following an undisputed fight for years.

The 35-year-old beat Jamaine Ortiz last time out and then stared at Haney in the ring.

But the pair will finally be mating with gloves on in the coming weeks, with the winner being touted for a big fight against Gervonta Davis.

When does Haney play Lomachenko?

  • Haney’s big duel with Lomachenko takes place on Saturday May 20th.
  • The main event begins at around 4:30am UK time on Sunday 21st May.
  • Haney vs Lomachenko takes place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

What channel is it on and can it be streamed live?

  • Haney vs Lomachenko is shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Arena in the UK.
  • You can stream the action live via the NOW TV or Sky Go app, which can be downloaded to your phone or tablet.

Haney vs. Lomachenko full card

  • Devin Haney vs. Vasiliy Lomachenko; For Haney’s IBF, WBA, WBC and WBO world lightweight titles
  • Juno Nakatani vs. Andrew Maloney; For the vacant WBO super flyweight world title
  • Raymond Muratalla vs. Jeremiah Nakathila; Light
  • Oscar Valdez vs. Adam Lopez; Super featherweight

what was said

“It’s definitely tougher for him now. I’m a much better fighter than I was four years ago, much stronger, more mature, more experienced in the ring.” Haney called.

“I know he’s a tough competitor, he’ll prepare well for the fight but I’ll be the better man tonight.”

“The better the opponent, the better I play and I’ll show that. He’s the best guy on paper. I’ll show that I’m above him too.”

“He was the guy on the #1 pound-for-pound list, and eventually that will be me.”


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