'Hi-Tech' meets 'Cool Hand' in the country's capital on the same day in history that Jack the Ripper's first victim was found just a few miles away in Whitechapel.
BBN have provided all the details viewers need to tune in and watch the Olympic gold medallists do battle:
The bout takes place on Saturday, August 31
The home advantage goes to Luke in London's O2 Arena, situated along the Greenwich Peninsula
12 three-minute rounds at lightweight
The vacant WBC, Loma's WBA 'Super' and WBO World lightweight titles are on the line
UK fight fans can expect the pair to make their ringwalks any time after 10pm (GMT)
Coverage will be live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and DAZN in the US
You can watch online via the Sky Sports website here: https://www.skysports.com/watch
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Heavyweight Hughie Fury (23-2) makes a real statement of intent by taking on the fearsome Alexander Povetkin (34-2) over 12 rounds.
Croydon's Charlie Edwards (15-1) will defend his WBC world flyweight title to Andrew Selby's conqueror Julio Cesar Martinez (14-1).
British lightweight champion Joe Cordina (9-0) makes the first defence of his Lonsdale belt to unbeaten Welshman Gavin Gwynne (11-0).
Everything you ever need to know about Loma vs Luke HERE
Press Conference Quotes
“This is a fight for history because my goal is to unify all of the belts in the Lightweight division,” Lomachenko said. “Luke Campbell is the next challenge for me on that journey. He is an excellent fighter who I remember well from the 2012 Olympics. He has a difficult style, and I cannot afford to overlook him.
“It is very special for me to fight in London. I visited last year, and the response from the people was overwhelming. They respect my fighting style and are passionate about boxing. I can’t wait to put on a great show for everyone.”
“The best fighting the best, this is going to make one hell of a fight,” said Campbell. “I am in this sport to be the best to become a World Champion. This is what I train and work so hard for, to become a World Champion and fulfil my potential.
“He is ranked number one pound-for-pound on the planet so for me to fight a guy like that only encourages me more to be the best that I can be and it is exactly the level that I want to be at. I’m well aware of how good he is and what he is capable of doing but I’m also well aware of what I can do and what I’m going to do.
“I think that I can knock out anyone that I hit right, I believe that I am one of the biggest punchers in the Lightweight division. This is going to be the toughest fight of my life and I’m preparing for it, physically and mentally. This is Luke Campbell’s year, it’s my time.”
Pound-for-pound number one Vasiliy Lomachenko (13-1 10 KOs) will face WBC mandatory challenger Luke Campbell in an intruiging matchup featuring two Olympic gold medallists.
Lomachenko, who went 396-1 as an amateur, won gold in the 2008 and 2012 Olympics and has won World titles at Featherweight, Super-Featherweight and Lightweight in the paid ranks within just 12 fights. He fought for a World title in his second pro bout and became world champion in his third outing, dominating Gary Russell Jr. over 12 rounds.
The 31-year-old Ukrainian’s punch power and supreme boxing ability have seen him rise to the top of the 135lbs division and he will step through the ropes as a pro for the first time on UK soil when he meets Campbell.
Yorkshire's Campbell (20-2, 16 KOs), 31, is ranked number one in the WBC and landed the mandatory slot for the World title when he exacted revenge over Frenchman Yvan Mendy at Wembley Stadium, London in September 2017. He was at his devastating best last time out as he stopped Mexico’s Adrian Young in five rounds in Philadelphia.
The London 2012 Olympic Gold medal star was superb in his first World title clash, being edged out via split decision against then-WBA and WBC Diamond king Jorge Linares in September 2017 in Los Angeles – with Campbell bravely pushing the Venezuelan close after losing his father in the build-up to the fight.
Campbell has a significant size advantage over the Ukrainian superstar and the southpaw vs southpaw stance could cause some awkward issues.
Referee: Victor Loughlin, Scotland
Judges: Omar Mintun Sr, Mexico; Benoit Roussell, Canada; Jean Robert Laine, France
Hear who boxing experts are picking to win HERE
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