Given how he performed against Linares, could the great Lomachenko go up not just one weight class like he did but two weight classes like Rigondeaux did, up against a champion seven years younger, while having had only two fights in two years prior to the fight? I mean, since it would be hard to find someone of Lomachenko's stature up two weight classes, so not even that, but perhaps someone like Amir Khan even from his lightweight days. After all, Amir Khan and Lomachenko competed and medalled in same weight class in the olympics, in 2004 and 2012 respectively, with Lomachenko again medaling in lower weight class in previous olympic as well. I really think Rigondeaux is a great fighter, who just got the short end of the things being led into a fight where all decks were against him, and no one really care much about him now, which is really sad for a fighter who's as good as Rigondeaux is. Coming up two weight classes, it looked like Lomachenko had every advantage imaginable, while being the faster one of two, also being bigger, stronger and more active leading up to the fight in the highest high of his professional career. Some fans on here says that size didn't matter, but in real life it does. This ain't Jackie Chan movie, ask Lomachenko if it did or not. I think Rigondeaux might have realized, as he probably have as much experience in boxing as anyone really out there, that he really had no chance at winning the fight as it was, whether he was injured or not. So, could this great Lomachenko do what Rigoneaux tried to do but couldn't?