I'm expecting Vasyl's speed and better movement to win him this one. He's had his 'baptism of fire' as Skibbz put it, and I reckon he will have learned a lot of important things from that fight, thing's he will have incorporated into his training too. The Salido fight was a crash course in professional boxing for Lomachonko, and I don't think that someone with Vasyl's obvious intelligence and boxing pedigree will ignore a lesson like that.

Either way, we'll learn a lot about Lomachenko in this fight- it's float or sink for the Ukranian now.