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Rival George Kambosos Unveils ‘Chin Weakness’ of Toefimo Lopez

Teofimo Lopez

The lightweight king Teofimo Lopez is one of boxing’s newest superstars. The undefeated American, who has taken over the lightweight division by storm, will now defend his titles.

George Kambosos Jr., who is unbeaten, and has earned his shot the hard way, will not be as easy an opponent for Lopez. However, the champion, who is aware of this, has claimed it would not be enough.

George said, “My skills and my defense are something else. Lopez is going to find out the hard way. They think they’re coming up against one style but I’ve got many styles I adapt. I’m a true champion.”

“I can’t wait for this fight, I see many holes in this kid’s game and we know what we’ve got to do. I’m coming up with a fantastic game plan with my team.”

“I know this kid’s got a suspect chin. If I can crack him with one shot, the speed and power that I possess, and the explosive shots that I pop off. Don’t be surprised if he goes down in three [rounds]. We’ve seen in many of my fights that I love the 12 rounds.”

Teofimo Lopez

Teofimo Lopez Jr celebrates after defeating Vasiliy Lomachenko (not pictured) in their Lightweight World Title bout at MGM Grand Las Vegas Conference Center on October 17, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Mikey Williams/Top Rank via Getty Images)

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American Lopez, 23, will stake his world titles against IBF mandatory challenger Kambosos on June 19.

Since defeating pound-for-pound level fighter Vasiliy Lomachenko by unanimous decision in Las Vegas. Lopez has had a target on his back with super featherweights, lightweights, and even junior welterweights calling him out.

Lopez says he wants to deliver the type of show against Kambosos that leaves his rivals questioning whether they really want to face him.

Although Kambosos Jr. will be a tough challenger, the American made no secret of his confidence with his honest assessment.


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