George Kambosos Jr Helps Dazelle Get Lung Transplant After Cancer Victory

Australian boxer George Kambosos Jr. is set to fight Vasiliy Lomachenko on May 2 in Australia for the vacant IBF lightweight title. Before his upcoming bout, Kambosos visited a children’s hospital and met with a little girl named Dazelle who had beaten cancer but now needs a double lung transplant. The girl’s father had reached out to Kambosos through Facebook, and the encounter inspired the boxer. This is just one example of Kambosos’ dedication to his fans and his willingness to make a positive impact.

In addition to his charitable endeavors, Kambosos has also been making waves in the boxing world. Last year, he caused an upset by defeating Teofimo Lopez and claiming all the lightweight titles. Kambosos may soon get the opportunity to fight Lomachenko in his hometown of Sydney, as his promoter is working to set up a deal with the Australian government. The fight could potentially headline at RAC Arena in Perth. With the fight on the horizon, Kambosos’ visit to the children’s hospital highlights his commitment to giving back and could potentially fuel his motivation to emerge victorious in his upcoming match.

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