Devin Haney v Vasiliy Lomachenko

Top Rank president Todd DuBoef says it "absolutely" makes sense for Shakur Stevenson to face the winner of Devin Haney's undisputed world title defence against Vasiliy Lomachenko, live on Sky Sports from 1am on Sunday

Devin Haney could secure another super fight against Shakur Stevenson if he retains his undisputed world lightweight titles, but it would be a "big mistake" to look past Vasiliy Lomachenko, says Top Rank president Todd DuBoef.

Haney defends his WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO belts against Lomachenko in Las Vegas in the early hours of Sunday morning, live on Sky Sports.

On Friday, Haney weighed in at 134.9lbs while Lomachenko came in at the lightweight limit of 135lbs.

DuBoef believes victory over the Ukrainian star would be the finest achievement of Haney's fast-rising career and could secure a massive clash against former unified super-featherweight king Stevenson.

"Loma says he is 100 per cent and the finest he could be. So if Haney can take out Lomachenko at his finest, I think that is a very, very big mark for Devin to accomplish," DuBoef said.

"Devin, we've seen, he's got great size, great speed, good footwork, really quick hands. But this is the matrix, you do not know what you're in with.

"He's going to learn a lot on Saturday night, if he hasn't already. Because he's going to get a masters degree from one of the great fighters of our era.