We all love to fantasize about boxing bouts and debate the outcome. These days, we are left to dream about the likes Fury v Joshua and Dillian Whyte v Deontay Wilder, as the heavyweight scene continues its old school, glamorous ways. Back in the day, however, we had one man who left us all wondering and perhaps for longer than necessary: Floyd Mayweather.
The unbeaten American did end up fighting the likes of Manny Pacquiao and Canelo Alvarez, although his bout with the Filipino was certainly too late to hit the heights it should have, and the Mexican perhaps too early to give 'Money' a real test. Now, however, with another superstar taking over the pound for pound rankings in Vasyl Lomachenko, we must dream once again.
Whilst Mayweather's 50-0 is unrivalled, the Ukrainian's amateur record and current stature is unparalleled, also. After an almighty 396 wins in the amateur ranks and just one loss (a loss he avenged twice), Lomachenko has secured a world title in three weight classes in just 15 fights.
Now, with boxing taking its hiatus, fighters around the globe seem to be eyeing up one another as they continue their individual camps. And, it seems as if the 32-year-old has his eyes set on the biggest one of them all in a battle with Mayweather.
"I would like to fight somebody who is undefeated, who has a good history, a big name and I think the person would be Floyd Mayweather," Lomachenko told Top Rank Boxing.
We don't know if the Ukrainian's desires are blurred by the dollar sign, or whether he sees his name up in lights with a 50-1 on Mayweather's record. Although, considering he spent so long perfecting his craft in the amateurs before turning to the professional game, it's fair to say he just wants that unrivalled legacy.
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