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George Kambosos Jr vs. Devin Haney fight preview and prediction

George Kambosos Jr. is an underdog against Devin Haney for Sunday’s fight that will decide an undisputed lightweight champion for the first time in the four-belt era.

George Kambosos Jr. will enter Marvel Stadium in Melbourne in front of what is sure to be an electric crowd squarely in the corner of the native Australian.

After his huge upset of Teofimo Lopez in November 2021, Kambosos (+145) will make the ring walk Saturday night (Sunday in Australia) in attempt to pull off another upset over the favored American fighter in Devin Haney (-167).

The stakes are extremely high as the winner will be the undisputed lightweight champion of the world, a stunning accomplishment in the “four belt” era.

The pair go head-to-head for the undisputed lightweight title in Australia.

After months of negotiations and heated exchanges on social media, George Kambosos Jr. and Devin Haney will finally meet for the undisputed lightweight title on Saturday night.

Following his win over Teofimo Lopez last November to claim the WBA, WBO and IBF lightweight titles, the Australian was adamant that he would have a homecoming fight after pulling off such a huge upset, and now he gets his wish, but the stakes couldn't be higher in what is a historical event.

WBC title holder Haney will be looking to impress in what is the biggest fight of his career so far and has referred to this undisputed clash as his 'Super Bowl' in the build-up, and despite not having his normal training team around him, the American believes he has all the tools to topple Kambosos Jr. and become the undisputed champion at 135lbs.

Inside Marvel Stadium in Australia, George Kambosos Jr. and Devin Haney will fight to determine who will hold the WBC, WBA, WBO, IBF and The Ring lightweight titles. The fight will air on June 4 (June 5 in Australia).

On Saturday, Ring Magazine and IBF/WBA/WBO lightweight champion George Kambosos Jr. and WBC titlist Devin Haney will meet to decide who is the four-belt unified champion at 135 pounds at the Marvel Stadium, Melbourne, Australia.

​The two will collide on ESPN, the broadcast begins at 9:00 p.m. ET/ 6:00 p.m. PT.

Kambosos turned professional in 2013. He won the Australian national title and an assortment of regional titles before moving his operations to America. The 28-year-old remained under the radar but stayed undefeated. He edged past tricky Micky Bey (SD 12) and then heading to the U.K. to do the same against former featherweight titlist Lee Selby (SD 12). Nothing on his record suggested he would be good enough to beat Teofimo Lopez. However, Kambosos dropped Lopez early and held on late to win a split decision to collect his current collection of Ring Magazine and IBF/WBA/WBO belts.

Haney, who is rated No. 3 by The Ring at 135-pounds, turned professional at 17 in Mexico. This super talent fighter built his record and experience scoring wins over Mason Menard (RTD 9), Juan Carlos Burgos (UD 10) and Antonio Moran (TKO 7). After being upgraded to full WBC titleholder following his dominant win over Zaur Abdullaev (RTD 4), the 23-year-old has since made four defenses, notably beating former three-weight world champion Jorge Linares (UD 12) and former 130-pound titleholder Joseph Diaz (UD 12).

Can Kambosos (20-0, 10 knockouts) capture lightning in a bottle for the second consecutive fight and upset the more naturally talented Haney? Will Haney (27-0, 15 KOs) be able to keep Kambosos honest on the outside and silence the home crowd? Or will Kambosos we able to rough up Haney and take him out of his comfort zone and make it a fight? How much will not having his father in his corner affect the American?

George Kambosos Jr takes on Devin Haney in an undisputed lightweight championship clash on Saturday night (U.S. time), plus Stephen Fulton Jr faces Danny Roman for two junior featherweight titles, and Kenichi Ogawa defends his 130 lb belt against Joe Cordina.

In other words, it’s a busy Saturday, and there are some good fights coming our way!

So who wins the biggest bouts? We’ve got our predictions for Kambosos-Haney and Fulton-Roman laid out with reasoning (mostly) and also quick picks for Ogawa-Cordina and David Morrell Jr vs Kalvin Henderson.

Bad Left Hook will have live coverage for all three events on Saturday, June 4, with Kambosos-Haney and Fulton-Roman coverage both beginning at 9 pm ET, as well as coverage for Ogawa-Cordina on Saturday starting at 2 pm ET.

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SportsLine's Brandon Wise just locked in his Devin Haney vs. George Kambosos Jr. fight picks and prop bets for Saturday

One of the most anticipated boxing matches of 2022 takes place Saturday as undefeated lightweight champions George Kambosos Jr. and Devin Haney meet in a 12-round championship main event. Their showdown anchors the main fight card (9 p.m. ET) from Marvel Stadium in Melbourne, Australia. Kambosos (20-10, 10 KOs) is a native of Sydney, Australia, so he will have the home-crowd advantage from what is expected to be a capacity turnout at the 60,000-seat venue. Kambosos holds the WBA, IBF and WBO versions of the title, while Haney (27-0, 15 KOs) is the WBC champion. The winner takes home all four titles and will become a unified champion in the loaded division.

Haney is a -180 favorite (risk $180 to win $100), while Kambosos is priced at +155 in the latest Kambosos vs. Haney odds from Caesars Sportsbook. The over-under for total rounds completed is 10.5, with the over favored at -420 and the under set at +340. Before making any Kambosos vs. Haney picks, make sure you check out the boxing predictions and betting advice from SportsLine expert Brandon Wise.

Wise, who is the combat sports editor for CBS Sports, is an experienced boxing and mixed martial arts analyst who has consistently provided winning selections for SportsLine members. For the past two years, he has hit numerous boxing selections in big-time matchups.

For instance, just last week Wise called for Gervonta Davis to win in Rounds 1-6 (-110) against Rolando Romero for the WBA regular lightweight title. Davis scored a sixth-round stoppage to give Wise's followers another winner, and the under 6.5 rounds (-130) that Wise predicted also connected. Moreover, last November he predicted a stoppage victory between rounds No. 10 and 12 for Canelo Alvarez against Caleb Plant in their super middleweight unification bout. The proposition selection paid +450 and Alvarez stopped Plant in Round 11. Anyone who has followed Wise's combat sports picks has seen massive returns.

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