2017 BOXING fight – Vasyl Lomachenko vs Miguel Marriaga – fight Video WBO

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2 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2017-08-05, one sided fight between Vasyl Lomachenko and Miguel Marriaga: it gets two stars.

The 2012 and 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist and world champion in two different weight classes Vasyl Lomachenko entered this fight with a professional boxing record of 8-1-0 (6 KOs=75%) and he is ranked as the No.1 super featherweight in the world. He lost to Orlando Salido at his second professional bout in 2014 (via split decision, Salido vs Lomachenko), but then he has won the vacant Wbo Fw title against Gary Russell Jr in 2014 (=Lomachenko vs Russell Jr) and the Wbo super-Fw belt against Roman Martinez in 2016 (4-stars fight, Martinez vs Lomachenko); after this bout ‘Hi-Tech’ Lomachenko defended his title twice, with Nicholas Walters (=Lomachenko vs Walters) and Jason Sosa (=Lomachenko vs Sosa).
His opponent, Miguel Marriaga, has an official record of 25-2-0 (21 KOs=84%) and he entered as the No.29 featherweight. He won over Adones Aguelo, Guy Robb and Eduardo Montoya in 2016 but he lost to Oscar Valdez in 2017 (4-stars fight, Valdez vs Marriaga). Vasyl Lomachenko vs Miguel Marriaga is valid for the WBO World super featherweight title. Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

Date: 2017-08-05

Where: Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles, California, USA

Division: super featherweight (130 lbs, 59.0 kg)

Title: WBO World super featherweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Vasyl Lomachenko def. Miguel Marriaga (Retirement at 3:00, round 7)

 

Lomachenko’s previous fight: Vasyl Lomachenko vs Jason Sosa

Marriaga’s previous fight: Oscar Valdez vs Miguel Marriaga

 

 

Lomachenko vs Marriaga Fight Video:

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  • Arjay Cee

    Fine art. I’d rather watch Loma than anyone in the sport.

    What is up with the churlish remark from the announcer about him being a “bully”? Would the same comment have been made about Roy Jones Jr. in his heyday, say, dominating Vinny Pazienza? It is prime Roy who Vasyl most brings to mind, an almost supernatural talent. The great will always seem like bullies against the good and merely OK.

    Now we can count the days until Loma and Mikey Garcia at 135.

    • No10Count

      I wonder if we will get to see that fight.
      UI suspect his team is out just chasing money.
      But would be a great fight to watch.

    • Olivier Veillette

      @No10Count:disqus@arjaycee:disqus If Lomachenko is just chasing money, in these lower weight divisions, he has to fight the best anyway in order to get the big paychecks, that’s for sure. I don’t believe that most casual boxing fans know who Lomachenko is at this moment and he cannot keep on fighting no-names like Marriaga like that and expect to obtain bigger recognition. I still see two names at 130lbs for him to fight and earn some interesting purses: Berchelt and Davis. And these two fights would be very exciting I believe, even though I keep in mind that with Lomachenko, I could always be “disappointed”, just like I was when Walters called it “no mas”. If Lomachenko is willing to move up in weight, he could aim for Linares title at 135lbs and make some decent money. As you mentioned, Garcia is another big name he could face at 135, 140, or catchweight. But in the end, what I would really love to see, is Lomachenko vs the winner of Crawford-Indongo. I believe Crawford will win, but anyway… this dream fight won’t happen until 2019 I guess.

      • Arjay Cee

        That is a dream I’ll dream, too, Olivier! I think Crawford’s ability is arguably at least as good as Loma’s, and it’s proven (at the professional level) in more fights. With his size advantage, it’s a deadly prospect for the smaller man. Let’s see if Loma can handle 135. Mikey Garcia is no pushover, and he might just be the end of the Loma story. But if Lomachenko is successful at 135, we must ask the boxing fates to grant our dreams at 140!

        Btw, what do you guys think is going to happen in Crawford’s career if he goes up to 147 as he promises? The most exciting 147-lb. matchup I can think of at the moment is Crawford-Spence Jr. What a duel between fiendish geniuses. As a fan, I must insist that it last the full 12 violent, ambivalent and endless rounds, culminating in a split decision that we will argue about for years, and may this come to pass if there is any decency on earth!!!

        Keith Thurman, while he is recuperating from surgery, would surely also like to see these two dangerous foes expending their ammunition on each other — ideally in a brutal war that leaves less to use on him.

    • Olivier Veillette

      And a special mention for Loma’s cutman Russ Anber, Montréal’s own, who handle the cut like the pro he is! ;)

  • Norris Lurker

    An expert and an apprentice. The look on the face of Marriaga’s compatriot in his corner at the end of the first round said it all. TALENT! TALENT! and even more TALENT!

  • tango2042

    Total domination by an unstoppable fighter as usually happen in all his fights. He started very quickly and kept the offensive till the very end of the bout by a sustained countless of punches very difficult to avoid. No surprising Marriaga was overwhelmed however in spite of being fighting such an excellent boxer he put a reasonable fight moving body and head as much as possible but without punching at the rate required to get some chances of winning the fight. This is the usual picture in Loma’s fights, a boxer attacking and the other one just defending. Loma’s would be the champion for a long time to come.