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Vasyl Lomachenko, the official pound-for-pound king, has once again proven his elite toughness by punching a nail into a wall with his bare fist.
The Ukrainian fighting-machine, who has an amateur record of 396-1 while winning the 2008 and 2012 olympics, burst on the professional scene and quickly became the world's most exciting fighter.
Back in May, Lomachenko was fighting for his third world title in just his 12th professional fight, but punching a nail through a wall might be even more impressive.
Now this is what you call an impressive party trick.
Back in May, the great Jorge Linares was making the fourth defence of his WBA lightweight world title after capturing the belt against Anthony Crolla in 2016.
While Vasyl Lomachenko, who dislocated his shoulder in the second round, was fighting for his third world title in just his 12th professional fight.
He won the vacant WBO featherweight strap versus the previously unbeaten Gary Russell Jr, as well as stopping Roman Martinez to become the WBO super-featherweight world champion.
Vasyl Lomachenko dislocated his shoulder in the second round of his fight with Jorge Linares & will have arthroscopic surgery on Wednesday.- bet365 (@bet365) May 29, 2018
Against one of the best lightweights in the world & in his first fight at 135lbs, he won by TKO in the 10th round.
Absolute warrior. :muscle: pic.twitter.com/bqpem7iqvJ
Let me get this right...- Fight Disciples (@FightDisciples) May 29, 2018
Vasyl Lomachenko dislocated his shoulder and suffered a torn labrum in the second round of his fight with the heavier P4P legend Jorge Linares and STILL managed to whoop him?!
The. Best. Ever.
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