Vasily Lomachenko‘s team plans to appeal decision loss Devin HaneyAccording to the Ukrainian manager.

Lomachenko unanimous points defeat by the American In Las Vegas on Saturday, Haney remained undefeated and retained the undisputed lightweight title.

But many fans, boxers and experts felt Lomachenko had done enough to win, and the 35-year-old’s team plans to appeal the decision that caused “Loma” to lose. 116-112, 115-113, 115-113.

“The biggest robbery in daylight,” said Lomachenko’s manager, Egis Klimas. sky sports. “Haney’s team celebrated Christmas in the summer.

“We’re going to appeal this decision. Those referees don’t understand how boxers work hard.

“I guarantee we won’t let that happen. We want to show that there must be justice.”

The result was a third professional defeat for Lomachenko, a former multi-weight world champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist.

Lomachenko, who was seen crying backstage after his loss on Saturday, said he also felt that he had beaten Haney.

“I won this fight,” he said in the ring. “Twelve rounds done, I was sure I had won this fight. I feel like I’m in control of this fight.”

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