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“Lomachenko-Rigo is a fascinating matchup of incredible boxers, but I’d feel a lot better about it if the fight had been made closer to Rigo’s best weight, which is 122.

“Loma is likely going to prove too strong against Rigo, and as a result of the size disadvantage, Rigo might feel the need to move, if not run. This could adversely affect the attractiveness of the fight.

“I can’t see Loma losing this one. I don’t know that he’ll stop the Cuban, but I feel confident in saying he should do just that.”

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