The lightweight throne was at stake. There was a great desire to please on both sides, which allowed us to see a great show. Read the Kambosos vs Haney chronicle.
Georges Kambosos vs Devin Haney undercard results: WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO lightweight
Results of the main card of Georges Kambosos vs Devin Haney
Devin Haney is the new undisputed lightweight champion (WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO) after defeating Georges Kambosos by unanimous decision (116-112, 116-112 and 118-110): The jab, the distance and the intelligence to lock the fight. Those three weapons were what Haney needed to beat Kambosos. The Australian tried hard, but he was unable to make the American uncomfortable or find distance from him. He arrived with a loose hand, but Devin resisted it well and knew how to continue dominating with the least risk.
Jason Moloney knocked out Aston Palicte in the third round to win the WBO International bantamweight title: Good fight by Moloney, who felt like a favorite and took that break. He got into a rhythm and from the second round Palicte accepted it. They crossed hands and when the visitor seemed better, Moloney hit him with a right hand that sent him to the ground. He resisted, but with several consecutive blows the Australian achieved a new fall in his favor and the referee stopped the fight.
Lucas Browne knocked out Junior Fa in the first round to win the WBA Oceania and IBF International heavyweight belts: An overhand hand disconnected Fa in the early stages of the fight. He tried to get up, but he was completely KO, yet the referee let him continue even though he was risking his health.
Geroges Kambosos vs Devin Haney Preliminary Card Results
Terry Nickolas y Lachlan Higgins They made a void fight by majority decision (58-56, 57-57 and 57-57).
Taylah Robertson she beat Sarah Higginson by unanimous decision (triple 55-50).
Joel Angeloni He won by unanimous decision (39-37, 39-37 and 40-36) over Ken Aitken.