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() 'My time will come': Luke Campbell vows to win world title after falling short in thrilling battle with pound-for -pound king Vasyl Lomachenko  Campbell battled brilliantly but ultimately failed in his second world title bid  He was beaten on points by Lomachenko at London's O2 on Saturday night Hull fighter was dropped in the 11th round but hung on to hear the final bell Campbell was taken to hospital for a precautionary check up after his loss 

By Daniel Matthews For Mailonline

Published: 00:21 BST, 1 September 2019 | Updated: 00:21 BST, 1 September 2019

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Luke Campbell insisted he can still '100 per cent' win a world title despite falling short in a thrilling battle with the brilliant Vasyl Lomachenko on Saturday night.

Roared on inside an electric O2 Arena, Campbell battled brilliantly but ultimately failed in his second world title bid as Lomachenko won via unanimous decision to cement his reputation as the best fighter in the world and add the WBC lightweight title to his WBA and WBO belts.

Campbell was dropped in the 11th round but hung on to hear the final bell, with the judges scoring the fight 119-108 (twice) and 118-109 to the Ukrainian.

Britain's Luke Campbell was beaten on points by Vasyl Lomachenko on Saturday night

Britain's Luke Campbell was beaten on points by Vasyl Lomachenko on Saturday night

After the fight, Campbell was asked whether he still believed he could win a world title. He said: '100 per

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