Teofimo Lopez replied to Lomachenko: “I say all my words because on October 17 I will go at you with my fists.”

IBF lightweight title holder Teofimo Lopez reacted to the statement of the WBA, WBO and WBC Franchise champion Vasily Lomachenko, who earlier said that in Ukraine he would have to answer for his three-stick.

“Let him try to do it in New York. Graters are not avoided in my country. I mean, I say what I say. I am who I am. I don’t know if this has anything to do with New York, but if we don’t like you, we will. We are very clear about this. We don’t need to talk just for the sake of chatter.

If you think this is a problem and you want to rub it with me about it, then what’s the matter? I’m right here. I don’t talk about something, thinking that I can get away with it. I was raised that way.

I don’t care what is customary in your country. I don’t care how you want to interpret it. But I say all my words because on October 17 I will go at you with my fists, “- said Teofimo Lopez in an interview with the YouTube channel iFL TV.

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