Devin Haney vs. Regis Prograis: How to Stream, Betting Odds and Fight Card
On Saturday, December 9, Devin Haney (30-0, 15 KOs) will take on Regis Prograis (29-1, 24 KOs) at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California for Prograis’ WBC junior welterweight title.
Haney has an impressive boxing IQ and is a brilliant counter-puncher. He looks at his best when controlling the distance and using his jab effectively, but he can trade in the pocket when needed. “Rougarou” has shown he has the punch power to trouble anyone, as proven by his 24 KOs. Prograis also picks his punches well, and Haney will need to control the distance well to negate the threat of his opponent’s power.
Haney was arrested back – on July 12 this year for felony possession of a concealed weapon. These charges were later dropped, and Haney will be looking to let his boxing skills make the headlines. Prograis will be eager to continue his impressive rise to the top table in the light welterweight division.
Devin Haney vs. Regis Prograis: Everything You Need to Know
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Devin Haney vs. Regis Prograis Betting Odds
Per Sportsbook Draftkings, Haney will enter the bout as a -400 betting favourite. Prograis is the +300 underdog as we near closer to fight night.
Devin Haney: -225 Decision
Regis Prograis: +700 Decision
Fight Date, Start Time
Date: Saturday, December 9
Time: 8 p.m. ET / 1 a.m. UK
What Channel/Stream Is Haney vs. Prograis?
U.S.: DAZN PPV
The fight will be available to purchase on DAZN PPV for subscribers in the U.S., while the fight is part of a regular DAZN subscription in the UK.
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Haney vs. Prograis Fight Card
- Regis Prograis vs. Devin Haney, 12 rounds, for Prograis’ WBC junior welterweight title
- Liam Paro vs. Montana Love, 12 rounds, junior welterweights
- Andy Cruz vs. Jovanni Straffon, 10 rounds, lightweights
- Ebanie Bridges vs. Miyo Yoshida, 10 rounds, for Bridges’ IBF women’s bantamweight title
- Amari Jones vs. Quilisto Madera, 8 rounds, middleweights
- Beatriz Ferreira vs. Destiny Jones, 8 rounds, female junior lightweights
- Shamar Canal vs. Jose Antonio Meza, 6 rounds, junior lightweights
Take a trip down memory lane with us – to when Haney controversially beat Vasiliy Lomachenko and remained the undisputed lightweight champion.
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