Editor in chief of a reputable Boxing publication called the Ukrainian champion Vasily Lomachenko stunning
The world champion under version WBA lightweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko (11-1, 9 KO’s) was awarded the honorary title of the best boxer of 2017 on the oldest version of Boxing publication The Ring Magazine.
Editor Doug Fischer, The Ring Magazine appealed to Vasyl Lomachenko via youtube channel log:
“The magazine the Ring Magazine has been published since 1922, he is already 96 years. He appeared before TV networks and other organizations, our belt is the oldest. Basil, come get your reward, you deserve it. Add it to your collection. Just give me a call and we’ll schedule a presentation. Also very soon we will make the world title belt in the light weight that you won in an incredible battle against Jorge Linares in new York” – said Fisher.
Editor in chief also appealed to the Manager Lomachenko Egis Klimas.
“Egis, call me! Your fighter is amazing. Maybe you’re angry at the fact that our pound-for-pound Golovkin is the number one and Lomachenko is number two? Look, Lomachenko on the right track, in the end it will be the first number. You know his future. This belt will not stay with me, it belongs to the Basil. We will also make the title of Manager of the year, which will give you the Egis, the editor said.
Recall that the Ukrainian boxer Vasyl Lomachenko won the first place of the ranking of the best boxers the world regardless of weight category, which is made up of experts of ESPN. 8 out of 10 expert channel gave the first place to the Ukrainian boxer.
In the second place, the Kazakh Gennady Golovkin. In third place is American Terence Crawford. Another Ukrainian Alexander Usik is located on the 13th place.
In addition, as written Politeka, the world champion under version WBA lightweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko (11-1, 9 KO’s) is nominated for the award in the category Best fighter in 2018 from ESPN. Also among the nominees boxer Terence Crawford, as well as UFC fighters Rose Namajunas and Georges St-Pierre.