NEW YORK (June 13, 2016) — He came, He saw, He annihilated. Two-time Ukrainian Olympic gold medalist VASYL LOMACHENKO is now a two-division world champion and just as he did with his first professional world title, he won world title No. 2 in a record least amount of fights — SEVEN! Lomachenko (6-1, 4 KOs) captured his first world title — the vacant World Boxing Organization (WBO) featherweight title — in his third professional bout, winning a 12-round majority decision over unbeaten Gary Russell in 2014 to tie the record for fewest fights to win a world title.
Unbeaten two-time super featherweight champion and Baltimore native Gervonta Davis and mandatory challenger Ricardo Núñez both made the 130-pound weight limit a day before they square off Saturday live on … Read more