Teofimo Lopez vs George Kambosos Title Fight - Win Signed Gloves!
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One of the biggest fights of the year is just weeks away, with Unified World champion Teófimo López and IBF mandatory challenger George “Ferocious” Kambosos Jr. ready for the lightweight title bout Nov. 27 at Madison Square Garden. Now, you have a chance to win a piece of boxing history tied to that much-anticipated title fight in New York City.
Bookies.com is giving away boxing gloves signed by both López and Kambosos in the build-up to the title clash. All you have to do is visit our Contest Page and provide your email in order to throw your name in the ring for a chance at the one-of-a-kind giveaway. You can also click the blue “Enter to Win” button below.
López vs Kambosos A Can't Miss Fight
This will be a can’t-miss night for fighting fans. López (16-0, 12 KOs) is one of boxing’s brightest young stars with incredible power for the division. The 24-year-old became the undisputed lightweight champion with an upset win over Vasiliy Lomachenko via unanimous decision in 2020.
López was a +350 underdog entering the Lomachenko fight, but he’s a -1000 favorite at BetMGM for the upcoming title fight with Kambosos that was originally supposed to take place in June.
Kambosos (19-0, 10 KOs) cemented his status as the top contender with a split decision victory over Lee Selby in late 2020. He opened as a slight underdog in the Selby fight but has major underdog odds against López , listed at +650 with DraftKings. The fight is sure to see a ton of boxing betting action.
López’ rapid rise to stardom has included a number of spectacular knockouts, as the No. 5-ranked pound-for-pound fighter in the world possesses devastating power with both hands. López fights with an orthodox stance but has amassed several KOs with his left hook as well, finishing 75% of his fights.
While López has amassed a can’t-miss highlight reel and legion of fans in short order, Kambosos certainly has the ring time. The 28-year-old Aussie claims to have had 100 amateur fights before turning pro in 2013 and will rely on that experience in what is the biggest fight of his career.
The build-up has been filled with tension for months following multiple scheduling changes, various contracts and promotional changes. Now the time for talking is almost over as López and Kambosos finally meet in the ring with everything on the line at Madison Square Garden. Sign up above for a shot at the autographed gloves and below to win tickets ringside.