Devin Haney more revealed his superstar caliber as he pushed a stoppage of Zaur Abdullaev to win the WBC’Interim’ lightweight world title in New York.
‘The Dream’ was a course over the unbeaten Russian in the Madison Square Garden Theater controlling proceedings pulled out their charge .
With improving his record the Haney went on to call out the complete winner Vasiliy Lomachenko of the WBC.
It was a comfortable beginning for its Las Vegas-based lightweight’The Dream’ quickly taking charge of the rounds with a snapping ramrod jab, Abdullaev offering little in response.
The visitor looked to initiate strikes in the third, walking his man down, but it was little avail, the star countering with a lashing double-left assault to the body, a flash uppercut and also two straight rights immediately following, each punch appearing to property using presumptuous ease.
Following a minute’s interval, Haney peppering away using the jab walloped his reddening goal during three minutes further with barbarous right palms.
Abdullaev went back to his corner after that his team made a decision to pull him from their struggle with a possible fractured cheekbone.
Haney confirmed afterwards he is likely to fight on November 9.