"135 is still too big for Lomachenko, but he's handling those bigger guys. There is probably right now at this point not even consideration to step up to 140. We're going to try to dominate the lightweight division," he noted.
Answering about the plans for Loma in 2019, he said:
"We have a mandatory order from the WBA (Anthony Crolla) so it's either going to be another unification or a mandatory defense."
Lomachenko will have at least three fights next year, according to Klimas.
As it was reported earlier, on December 8, Lomachenko had his 13th fight in professional boxing, in which he triumphed over José Pedraza in New York. You can read about Lomachenko and Pedraza here.