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The WBA world lightweight world champion, Jorge Linares is in Japan at this present moment in time.

He has been there for a while now but on Sunday he officially began his training camp for his next fight on May 12th.

That fight is very likely to be against the WBO super-featherweight world champion and 2x Olympic Gold medal sensation, Vasyl Lomachenko.

The deal has been at a sticking point so far with Jorge Linares being contractually tied to HBO for his next fight.

HBO did not want the fight to occur on that date.

The reason? it would clash with one of their biggest shows of the year in the form of the first Canelo – Golovkin II replay the week after their Cinco De Mayo weekend.

However, Top Rank mogul who handles Lomachenko will look to stage the event as an ESPN PPV production on the same date.

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