GEORGE KAMBOSOS JR and Devin Haney have agreed on an undisputed superfight for June 5 in Australia.
However, the two lightweight champions have spent months in negotiations Concepts threatened to collapse.
But acc ESPNa deal has finally been struck that will secure Kambosos a homecoming.
There, Haney signs for Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum and ESPN.
It is said to include a rematch clause should Kambosos lose, guaranteeing a continuation in Australia.
Haney, 23, is the current undefeated WBC champion but was lifted from the interim belt.
Meanwhile, Kambosos, 28, became a star in November when he defeated Teofimo Lopez, 24.
He won the WBA, IBF and WBO titles as well as the WBC “Franchise” belt.
But Haney’s title still refuses to see Kambosos as the undisputed lightweight king.
The American was promoted by Eddie Hearn and sports streaming service DAZN.
But Hearn was unable to come to terms with Kambosos’ promoter Lou DiBella, causing talks to turn with Arum and Vasiliy Lomachenko, 34.
Lomachenko refused Leave war-torn Ukraine in the midst of the Russian invasion with the boxing star bravely taking up arms.
Negotiations then switched back to Haney and it looks like he’s about to sign a deal with Arum.
It remains to be seen if Matchroom Boxing boss Hearn Haney will represent in the future.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/18083211/george-kambosos-jr-devin-haney-undisputed-fight-june-australia-rematch/ George Kambosos Jr. and Devin Haney agree undisputed superfight for June 5 in Australia with rematch clause