Lomachenko: “I don’t understand what Lopez says, because I don’t know English”

The WBA / WBO / WBC Franchise lightweight champion of the world Vasily Lomachenko said that the whole trash of IBF belt holder Teofimo Lopez, trying to unbalance him on the eve of their fight, may be in vain.

As the Ukrainian boxer admitted, he does not know English well enough to understand everything that Lopez says about him. Lomachenko stressed that he is focused only on the upcoming fight, which will take place on October 17.

“You know what? I don’t understand what Lopez says, because I don’t know English. Perhaps it doesn’t work with me. I’m only worried about the fight and what will happen in the ring,” Vasily Lomachenko said in the second part of the documentary Blood, Sweat and Tears: Lomachenko vs Lopez.

We will remind, Lomachenko also said that so far he has not been able to show 100 percent of his skills in the professional ring.

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