Devin Haney once more revealed his superstar caliber as he pushed a stoppage of Zaur Abdullaev to win the WBC’Interim’ world title in New York.
‘The Dream’ has been a course above the unbeaten Russian in the Madison Square Garden Theater, fully controlling proceeding pulled out their charge .
Using improving his record the Haney went to call the complete winner Vasiliy Lomachenko of the WBC .
It was a beginning for the Las Vegas-based lightweight’The Dream’ quickly taking control of the rounds using a snapping jab.
The visitor looked to initiate attacks in the next, walking his man down, however it was little avail, the star countering having a lashing double-left attack into the entire body, a flash uppercut and two straight rights quickly following, each punch appearing to land having presumptuous ease.
Following a minute’s period, Haney peppering away with the jab walloped his reddening goal with more right palms during three torrid minutes.
Abdullaev went back to his corner after that his team and fourth made a decision to pull him out of the lightweight clash with a fractured cheekbone.
Haney confirmed afterwards that he is likely to fight on November 9 at Los Angeles.
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