The American claimed a comfortable points victory when the pair met at Marvel Stadium back in June, seeing Haney come away with all four major belts in the lightweight division.
Despite the victory, a rematch clause in Kambosos’ favour means Haney has to head back to Australia and do it all again.In a treat for local fight fans, organisers are putting together a card stacked with Australian and international talent.
A second world title fight will feature on the card, with Melbourne-based IBF super-bantamweight champion Cherneka Johnson (14-1) set to take on former two-time world belt-holder Susie Ramadan (28-3).Also in action, the always-exciting Moloney brothers, who both scored big wins at Marvel Stadium back in June.
Jason (24-2) will be stepping out in a WBC bantamweight title eliminator against Thailand’s Nawaphon Kaikanha (56-1-1).
While his brother Andrew (24-2, 1 NC) is taking on Norbelto Jimenez (31-9) of the Dominican Republic.
Also confirmed to fight on the card is Kiwi David Nyika (4-0), however his opponent is yet to be announced.
Undefeated New Zealand heavyweight Hemi Ahio (19-0) will feature against tough Australian Faiga “Django” Opelu (14-3-1) in a fireworks-guaranteed match up.
Rising American super-welterweight and stablemate of Haney, Amari Jones (7-0), is also slated to appear, although no opponent has been confirmed.
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Haney vs. Kambosos 2 undercard
Bouts and order subject to change
Devin Haney vs. George Kambosos Jr, 12 rounds, undisputed lightweight world title
Cherneka Johnson vs. Susie Ramadan, 10 rounds, IBF super-bantamweight world title
Jason Moloney vs. Nawaphon Kaikanha, 12 rounds, WBC bantamweight title eliminator
Andrew Moloney vs. Norbelto Jimenez, 10 rounds, WBO international super-featherweight title
David Nyika vs. TBA, 6 rounds, cruiserweight
Hemi Ahio vs. Fainga Opelu, 8 rounds, heavyweight
Amari Jones vs. TBA, 6 rounds, super-welterweight