Next fight of Egis Klimas is not determined yet.
Egis Klimas, the manager of WBA and WBO Lightweight Champion Vasyl Lomachenko, commented on the possible fight with Olympic champion Luke Campbell. This option arose after Mikey Garcia gave up the WBC lightweight title.
Egis Klimas, the manager of the WBC light heavyweight champion Oleksander Gvozdyk (16-0, 13 KOs) is confident that winning the world title has changed the Ukrainian boxer for the better and he will be very motivated in a fight against Doudou Ngumbu (38-8, 14 KO), despite the underdog status of his opponent.
“Bellew can really fight,” said Egis Klimas the manager of Alexander Usyk, who will face Tony Bellew on November 10 in Manchester. “And despite the fact that he went through several weight categories, he was a champion. He will be looking for how to knock Alexander out. But as Sasha said: it’s impossible to hit an invisible one. For Sasha It will be a tough battle. And the most interesting thing is that Alexander Usyk is not looking for simple options. He wants resistance. England? Sasha is boxing all the time abroad - Poland, Germany, Latvia, Russia. He, as they say, is Road Warrior".
Egis Klimas, manager of WBA lightweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko (11-1, 9 KOs) believes that the Ukrainian will fight at the highest level for another 5-7 years. “Great Britain is a very good market. Vasily needs names, boxers. If they are there, of course, we will go to the UK,” Klimas said.
Egis Klimas, the manager of WBA lightweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko, told to Boxingtalk.com about the purposes of his ward and potential contenders.