Anatoly Lomachenko’s philosophy is simple. There is always something new to learn from every fight.
As the father-trainer of one the world’s best boxers prepares to send his son and two other Ukrainian fighters he’s coached since their amateur days to the top of an HBO-televised card in Maryland next month, the lesson imparted was to learn English.
So instead of waiting for an interpreter to convert his Russian to an English-speaking audience, super-featherweight world champion Vasyl Lomachenko felt comfortable enough in English to joke with reporters.
“Maybe, after a couple more interviews, you need to learn Russian,” World Boxing Organization champion Vasyl...