"I want a fight with Mikey Garcia but we'll see, I don't know", Lomachenko said.
CBS Sports was with you for every punch from the bout in Los Angeles with our updating scorecard and live updates below. But he's devastated. He said: "I'm just so gutted for the team because of the work they did". 'I feel like I'm in Ukraine here'. Lomachenko's next fight is likely to be even bigger, whether as a unification bout or a showdown with one of the other lightweight greats of this era.
Had Lomachenko not taken the Crolla fight, he would have been stripped of one of his 135-pound belts.
In the co-main event, longtime super middleweight champion Gilberto "Zurdo" Ramírez remained unbeaten when his light heavyweight debut against Tommy Karpency was stopped by Karpency's corner before the fifth round. Ramírez appears determined to make a career at 175 pounds instead of returning to 168, where he has dominated most of his competition for a few years.
Ring walks can be expected around 4am at Staples Centre in Los Angeles.