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We are a go, gentlemen.

 

August 31st at the 02.

 

Loma comin', yo.

 

I repeat,  Lomachenko at the 02 in London vs Campbell for the WBC, WBA and Wbo lightweight championship of the world.

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1 hour ago, Kevin D said:

We are a go, gentlemen.

 

August 31st at the 02.

 

Loma comin', yo.

 

I repeat,  Lomachenko at the 02 in London vs Campbell for the WBC, WBA and Wbo lightweight championship of the world.

Any idea when/where tickets go on sale Kevin?

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24 minutes ago, Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper said:

Any idea when/where tickets go on sale Kevin?

 

Need to see what Eddie has to say, later today.

 

The WBC announced this - https://mobile.twitter.com/WBCBoxing/status/1143659543458717697

 

But Luke is being coy saying this - https://mobile.twitter.com/luke11campbell/status/1143806402487554048

 

If they plan to put it on Sky Box Office, they'll have to announce it this week at the latest. Best guess says tickets go on sale sometime in the next 10 days, but they really should have started moving by now, so who knows.

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5 minutes ago, Kevin D said:

 

Need to see what Eddie has to say, later today.

 

The WBC announced this - https://mobile.twitter.com/WBCBoxing/status/1143659543458717697

 

But Luke is being coy saying this - https://mobile.twitter.com/luke11campbell/status/1143806402487554048

 

If they plan to put it on Sky Box Office, they'll have to announce it this week at the latest. Best guess says tickets go on sale sometime in the next 10 days, but they really should have started moving by now, so who knows.

Cheers mate.

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1 hour ago, Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper said:

Cheers mate.

 

No worries, hombre.

 

It would be great to run into you at the fight.

 

I'm not hard to spot, I'll be the fella with a giant Ukrainian flag placing orders for 

 

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46 minutes ago, Kevin D said:

 

No worries, hombre.

 

It would be great to run into you at the fight.

 

I'm not hard to spot, I'll be the fella with a giant Ukrainian flag placing orders for 

 

If I scoop tickets will be in touch for a beer.

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13 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Great opportunity for Luke Campbell to change the way he looks 

He's 32 this year, looking for a massive pay day. 

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I've always found Campbell a bit annoying. I think the fight may go the distance or quite late but Loma will win easily.

 

Definitely not worth PPV, although Eddie will 'stack' the undercard with Connor Benn Vs Mr Benn, Del Boy v Rodney and other such shite.

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Today we gather to say farewell to the once great sport of boxing. 1865 - 2019. You had a great run and gave us great times. Finally killed by a bullet to the head by the WBC, Canelo Alvarez and Oscar de la Hoya.

R.I.P old friend

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Fair play to boxing, it's looked at f**tball and said "You want to see ridiculous fucking cuntery? Watch this."

 

I feel sorry for anyone who takes the sport very seriously.

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I'd say I'm giving up on boxing and following UFC instead but I reckon Dana White is wanking himself silly over the thought of making McGregor permanent "franchise champion" regardless of any losses he has in the octagon. 

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