David “The Dream” Haney, the current undisputed lightweight title holder, has never lost any bouts in his professional career while appearing in 28 classes. This American had knocked out his opponents 15 times. In his last fight, this young talent took down George Kambosos Jr. in Australia.
The former WBO, WBA (Super), The Ring, and IBF lightweight champion, George Kambosos Jr., tasted his first defeat against Haney after 12 rounds of fighting by a unanimous decision. Now this Australian fighter is ready to avenge his last defeat.
This Australian has appeared in 21 professional boxing matches and knocked out his opponents 10 times. Next he will be taking down David Haney at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia, on Saturday October 15th, 2022.
The upcoming bout will be the sequel to their first battle, taking place in honor of Australian local fans. The young talent dominated in the ring and swiped away the victory last time, but this bout is a blessing for the Australian to reclaim his lost titles again.
Haney has slight age advantages over the home boy, as the American boy is defending the titles he will be receiving a huge amount of money for this upcoming clash than “the ferocious”.
Devin Haney vs George Kambosos Jr. 2 purse, payouts, salaries
This bout will be available on ESPN on a subscription basis, but the PPV portion of the bout will be available for $69.99. As expected, “The Dream” will be receiving more money than the Australian fighter. The visitor will be seizing a heavy amount of $7M as his base salary, and with the PPV shares he will be bagging a hefty amount of $9.2M. On the other hand, despite the last bout craze, the home boy will be sealing $6M as his base salary, and with the PPV share and other income, he will be grabbing a whopping $7.9M in total, lower than the last bout.
Devin Haney vs George Kambosos Jr 2 Fight Purse Break down
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