Teofimo Lopez beat a punching bag with a picture of Lomachenko

IBF lightweight title holder Teofimo Lopez says he can’t wait until October 17th. It is on this day that the 23-year-old boxer will have the opportunity to become the absolute world champion. To do this, he needs to defeat the WBA, WBO and WBC Franchise World Champion Vasily Lomachenko.

A little more than a week remains before the grandiose megafight, but now Lopez is visualizing his success. Teofimo trained on a punching bag with a picture of Lomachenko on it.

The video of the young champion’s training was posted on Twitter by the Top Rank promotion company.

“The final week of training camp and Lopez took the advice to ‘introduce your opponent to the next level,’” reads the caption to the video.

We will remind, earlier Lopez said that his fight against Lomachenko will end ahead of schedule.

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