Sergey Lyakhovich of Belarus, who claimed the WBO heavyweight title with a unanimous decision over America’s Lamon Brewster in Cleveland on April 1, believes the boxing world needs the absolute champion. He called out the best of the best in order to have the one and the only.
The Belarusian that now trains in the U.S. believes no time should be wasted on mediocre fighters and the public should be indulged.
Russian giant Nicolay Valuev owns the WBA crown, while Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko is America’s IBF champion. WBC title-holder Hasim Rahman is another great champion that Lyakhovich is ready to call out.
Lyakhovich was trained in Vitebsk and turned professional 10 years ago. After he beat Brewster Lyakhovich improved to 25 wins, of them 23 knockouts, and one loss.