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Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia: Fight date, ring walk time, undercard, odds, how to watch, TV channel & streaming

Current WBC Super Lightweight title holder Devin Haney will make his first title defense against Ryan Garcia in a fight that has been a long time coming.

Continue reading for everything you need to know about this fight, including when it is, where it is, what time it starts, where you can watch it, the odds for the fight, and a brief overview of both Haney and Garcia's fighter profiles.

Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia date

Haney vs. Garcia is scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 20, 2024.

For viewers in the United Kingdom, the fight is expected to begin in the early hours of Sunday, April 21, 2024.

Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia start time

The start time for the Haney vs. Garcia card is approximately 8 PM ET.

In the United Kingdom, the start time will fall around 1 AM BST on Sunday, April 21.

Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia ring walk time

The ring walks for Haney vs. Garcia are expected to take place around 11 PM ET on Saturday, April 20.

In the United Kingdom, ring walks will take place around 4 AM BST on Sunday, April 21.

Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia venue, location

Haney vs. Garcia is set to take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The Barclays Center is home to the Brooklyn Nets and holds roughly 19,000 people.

How to watch Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia, TV channel and streaming

Haney vs. Garcia will be streamed around the world on DAZN pay-per-view.

In the United Kingdom, the fight will also be available on DAZN 1 HD.

Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia title at stake

The Haney vs. Garcia fight will be for Haney’s 140-pound WBC Super Lightweight title.

Devin Haney record

Haney comes into this fight with a perfect 31-0 professional boxing record. He began his professional boxing career in December of 2015, easily beating Gonzalo Lopez by technical knockout in the first round.

Having won 13 fights in a row, Haney received his title opportunity in March of 2017 when he fought Maximino Toala for the vacant WBC Youth Lightweight title. Haney won this fight by technical knockout in the fourth round to secure his first title.

After another four wins in a row, Haney fought Mason Menard for the vacant USBA Lightweight title in May of 2018. He won this fight in the ninth round when Menard’s corner was forced to retire.

Following that, Haney won the vacant IBF North American Lightweight title in September of 2018, the vacant WBC International and WBO Inter-Continental Lightweight titles in January of 2019, the vacant WBA International Lightweight title in May of 2019, the vacant WBC Interim Lightweight title in September of 2019, the WBA, IBF, WBO, and The Ring Super Lightweight titles in June of 2022, and finally the WBC Super Lightweight title in December of 2023.

Overall in his career, Haney has won a total of 15 times by decision and 16 times by knockout or technical knockout.

Ryan Garcia record

Garcia comes into this fight with a professional boxing record of 24-1. He began his professional boxing career in June of 2016, winning his first 10 fights in a row before earning his first title shot. This was in September of 2017 when he challenged Miguel Carrizoza for the vacant WBC-NABF Junior Super Featherweight title. Garcia won this fight by knockout in the first round, marking his first title win.

After winning another three fights in a row, Garcia won the vacant WBC-NABF and WBO–NABO Super Featherweight titles in May of 2018. By November of 2019, Garcia had won the WBO–NABO and vacant WBC Silver Lightweight title, and in January of 2021, he won the vacant WBC Interim Lightweight title.

More recently, Garcia suffered his first loss by technical knockout to Gervonta Davis in April of 2022, but bounced back with a knockout win against Oscar Duarte in December of 2023.

Garcia has won a total of 20 fights in his career by knockout, four fights by decision, and his only loss was by knockout.

Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia odds

Haney is currently the overwhelming favorite of -900, while Garcia is coming back as a massive +550 underdog.

While Haney has won 15 times in his career by knockout, technical knockout or disqualification, he is +162 to win by any of these methods, while Garcia is +1000.

The more likely result is a Haney win by decision or technical decision, in which his odds are sitting at -138, while Garcia is +1400.

Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia full card

  • Devin Haney (c) vs. Ryan Garcia - WBC Super Lightweight title
  • Arnold Barboza Jr vs. Sean McComb - Super lightweight
  • Bektemir Melikuziev vs. Pierre Dibombe - Super middleweight
  • John Ramirez vs. David Jimenez - Super flyweight
  • Charles Conwell vs. Gustavo Vittori - Light middleweight

Any odds displayed were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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