Vasiliy Lomachenko doesn't have his lightweight titles anymore, but he is still one of the division's most dangerous fighters. Lomachenko, the former three-weight world champion, punished former lightweight champion Richard "RC" Commey, winning a wide unanimous decision over the Ghanaian in front of 8,555 fans Saturday night at Madison Square Garden.

The scores — 119-108 2x and 117-110 — were academic after 12 rounds were complete.

Lomachenko said, "I said before I don’t like talking about myself. We have in this weight division, we have a lot of great fighters. We have a lot of top fighters. So we can organize a lot of great fights in the future."

Lomachenko knocked Commey down with a left hand coming off a clinch in the seventh round. Lomachenko then waved on Commey's corner to stop the fight, but they did not oblige.

"I saw his situation. It was very hard for him," Lomachenko said. "That’s why I said, ‘Hey, stop the fight.’ He is a true warrior. He has a big heart and we continue and we show {the} people 12 great rounds."

Commey somehow survived as Lomachenko landed serious leather to the head and body.

Commey said, "I took my eye off him for a second and them boom! I just took my eyes off him and then that’s it. It is what it is. He’s a great fighter. I did what I had to do. I’m good. I’m not hurt. Nothing happened to me."

Lomachenko (16-2, 11 KOs) has now won two fights at lightweight since losing his belts to Teofimo Lopez in October 2020. He hopes to become undisputed lightweight champion, with three of the major titles currently held by Australia's George Kambosos Jr - who last month shocked Lopez to capture the WBA, WBC Franchise, WBO, IBF titles.

"Yes, of course [I want the Kambosos fight], I need this chance. If God gives me this chance I take it.," Lomachenko said. "I will go anywhere I need to go to fight him."