LAS VEGAS — After 36 minutes of sustained brilliance, Teofimo Lopez spoke the words that all boxing fans should want to hear: The bigger the fight, the better. He wants them.
If that means a bid for a second consecutive undisputed championship, something unheard of in the four-belt era, Lopez would be down for it. A fight against Devin Haney? Tell him where to sign.
It’s Lopez who calls the shots now, though, after a dominant and one-sided victory Saturday over Vasiliy Lomachenko at the…