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Vasyl Lomachenko stops Guillermo Rigondeaux, who quits after six rounds

Vasyl Lomachenko stops Guillermo Rigondeaux, who quits after six rounds

If his name’s too difficult to pronounce, Vasyl Lomachenko has a solution after forcing his fourth consecutive opponent to quit on his stool.

“I guess I should change my name to No-Mas-Chenko, ” Lomachenko said.

The World Boxing Organization super-featherweight champion from the Ukraine turned Saturday’s showdown at Madison Square Garden’s Theater into another one-sided display of his aggression and skill as Cuba’s Guillermo Rigondeaux retired after six rounds.

In the first world-title fight featuring two former two-time Olympic gold medalists, the pressure and talent of Lomachenko (10-1, eight knockouts) reduced Rigondeaux (17-1) to ducking for cover and holding...

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