“I was prepared to DIE in there!” – George Kambosos talks Lopez win & Haney vs Diaz with Eddie Hearn

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Matchroom Boxing published this video item, entitled “”I was prepared to DIE in there!” – George Kambosos talks Lopez win & Haney vs Diaz with Eddie Hearn” – below is their description.

Eddie Hearn talks with George Kambosos Jr before the Haney vs Diaz final press conference to reflect on his huge win over Teofimo Lopez and to preview Devin Haney’s fight with JoJo Diaz and the prospect of a 135lbs Undisputed clash in 2022 #LopezKambosos #HaneyDiazJr #GeorgeKambosos

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