Lopez on Haney: Best Money Fight Won’t Be With Tank; It Will Be With Teofimo Lopez

Lopez on Haney: Best Money Fight Won’t Be With Tank; It Will Be With Teofimo Lopez

Teofimo Lopez Jr. could laugh when he found out about Devin Haney and his dad’s endeavors to reach out to Lopez’s own dad.

Charge Haney, the mentor and supervisor of the undisputed lightweight hero, as of late posted a couple of engaging recordings via virtual entertainment showing himself attempting to find Lopez Sr. to make an arrangement for their children to battle one another. In one occurrence, Bill Haney left a message on Lopez Sr’s. telephone, in another, he was seen looking for Lopez Sr. at a Las Vegas grocery store. In the two cases, Lopez Sr. was no place to be heard or seen.

At the point when gotten some information about Bill Haney’s endeavors, Lopez said in a new meeting that he explicitly advised his dad to disregard the senior Haney. Simultaneously, Lopez noticed that he comprehended that Group Haney’s longing to battle him was basically a sign of the rewarding suggestion he addressed — much more than Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis, the hard hitting southpaw from Baltimore who is viewed by a larger number of people as one of top American attracts the game.

“They (Haneys) need to bring in cash, and the best cash battle that they will get will not accompany Tank,” Lopez told Boxing Social. “It will accompany Teofimo Lopez. Furthermore, clearly that is the thing his dad’s attempting to assemble.”

Lopez said Bill Haney’s activities helped him to remember what his own dad was attempting to do a couple of years prior with three-division titlist and afterward bound together lightweight boss Vasiliy Lomachenko of Ukraine. At that point, Lopez was anxious to confront Lomachenko and Lopez Sr. was glad to gin up some similarity to struggle by being aggressive toward Lomachenko and his dad. Eventually, Lopez had his chance at Lomachenko, in November of 2020, proceeding to agitate the Ukrainian on focuses.

Lopez is currently battling at the 140-pound limit. He made his presentation in August, halting Pedro Campa in seven rounds. It was whenever Lopez first battled since he was annoyed about George Kambosos in their 135-pound title unification session last November at the Hulu Theater in Madison Square Nursery’s New York City. Lopez, a local of Brooklyn, will get back to MSG on Dec. 10 to battle Spain’s Sandor Martin in a 12-cycle 140-pound session as the headliner of an ESPN broadcast.

Haney, who will in all likelihood guard his belts against Lomachenko one year from now, has indicated climbing to 140 lately, given his troubles making as far as possible. Haney, Lopez, and Lomachenko are totally advanced by High level.

“They’re likely attempting to repeat what we had with Lomachenko and his dad and my dad and me,” Lopez said of Haney and his dad. “Perhaps they’re simply attempting to develop it for the 140s. Clearly they know they’ve need to climb, at any rate, to the 140s, so why not start now? Tune in, I’m in front of these folks two, three stages. Anything they’re attempting to do, anything they’re attempting to copy, that’s what we’ve done, that’s what we did. We became undisputed. We know how it goes.

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