Richard Commey Explains How He Will Defeat Vasiliy Lomachenko

Ghana’s name will soon be put on the global map once again when former IBF Lightweight World Champion, Richard Oblitey Commey mounts the ring against Ukrainian, Vasiliy Lomachenko.

Commey (30-3, 27 KO) and Lomachenko (15-2, 11 KO) will square off at the popular Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 11, with the winner inching closer to a world title shot.

Both boxers, who have once lost to American, Teofemo Lopez, come into the bout with victories in their last fight.

Commey, 34 , who lost his IBF title to Teofemo Lopez in 2019, is coming into the fight with a knockout victory against Dominican boxer, Jackson Marinez in February.

Loma, 33 , a former unified Lightweight Champions, last defeated Japanese, Masayoshi Nakatani via a TKO in June.

Commey will be looking for yet another world title opportunity and has promised to take the opportunity in doing so against Loma.

“Loma [Vasiliy Lomachenko] is one of the guy I do regard as one of the best pound-for-pound.

“So it’s always great to face the best so that people will know who you are.

I’m going there to box, do what I can do and what people know me.

“What I’m capable of is what I’m going to do.

“You know,  I cannot tell what is going to happen in the ring so I’m just going there to do what I’ve got to do.

“I will make sure like, I don’t rush anything, just do what my corner will instruct me to do and definitely I know for sure that if everything goes right, I will be victorious on the night.” Richard Commey said.


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