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Vasyl Lomachenko workout quotes & photos: Eager to add name to boxing history

Credit: Chris Farina - Top Rank

Two-time Ukrainian Olympic gold medalist and 2013 Prospect of the Year Vasyl Lomachenko (1-0, 1 KO), is in a hurry to make his mark, and in only his second professional fight, he will be challenging three-time featherweight titlist Orlando “Siri” Salido for Salido’s WBO featherweight title.

Lomachenko recently held a public workout session, and right here, you can check out all of the photos and quotes.

View Orlando Salido’s workout photos & quotes here

Here’s what Lomachenko had to say:

“It has been a long, hard ride to get to this world title fight.

“I may have only one professional fight on my resume but I have been boxing all my life, dreaming that one day I would be fighting the best fighters. And now I am fighting a world champion who is one of the best in featherweight division.

Salido is a very good veteran fighter and he has been in the ring with toughest opponents. He puts a lot of pressure on you inside the ring and he comes to fight.

Defeating this kind of fighter would mean a lot to me. It would also add my name to boxing history and get me one step closer to joining the sport’s all-time best.

Thank you to Top Rank and a special thank you to Bob Arum for making this fight happen — for making my dream come true. Tune into HBO World Championship Boxing on March 1st. You will remember the Alamodome that night.”

The Salido-Lomachenko world championship fight will be televised live from the Alamodome, Saturday, March 1, on HBO World Championship Boxing, beginning at 9:45 p.m. ET/PT. The telecast will also feature the eagerly-anticipated 12-round rematch between Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and Bryan Vera.

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