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Devin Haney's Warning to Ryan Garcia: 'Prepare for the Fight of Your Life!

Devin Haney (31-0, 15 KOs), the former undisputed lightweight world champion, is gearing up for a showdown against Ryan Garcia (24-1, 20 KOs) on April 20 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The fight, which will be telecast on DAZN pay-per-view, is being billed as a winner-takes-all clash reminiscent of a game seven in professional sports playoffs.



Devin Haney


Haney, the current WBC junior welterweight champion, recently added to his accolades by defeating Regis Prograis. In contrast, Garcia, known for his massive following on social media, has yet to achieve a defining victory in the ring, despite facing tough opponents like Gervonta Davis.


The two fighters have contrasting mentalities heading into the bout. Haney, often described as a "cerebral assassin," is focused on solidifying his legacy in the sport. In contrast, Garcia, a cultural icon for many in their mid-20s, is more known for his online presence than his in-ring achievements.


In a recent interview, Haney expressed his confidence in his abilities, stating,


"I respect everybody that gets in the ring... but it is for me to go in there and show him that you are not on my level. You are not Devin Haney good. That is for me to prove, and that’s what I will do."

"Ryan is showing he is a kid... He is all over the place with it."

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