The Chase Center in San Francisco will be the venue to host an exciting clash for the World Super Lightweight Title, pitting the challenger, Regis Prograis, against the dominant champion, Devin Haney.
This time, we not only have an exciting headliner title fight, but this seven-bout event also sports another two titles at stake.
Once again, Prograis will put his WBC title on the line after successfully defeating Danielito Zorrilla last April. Haney comes with all the momentum after beating some of the most exciting names in the sport and desiring to become a two-weight world champion.
Saturday, December 9, 9:00 pm ET at Chase Center
Ring walks time:
11:00 pm ET
Regis Prograis +275
Devin Haney -350
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Why Bet on Regis Prograis?
‘Rougarou,’ who is 29-1, 24 KOs, became a two-time belt holder after knocking out Jose Zepeda in the eleventh round in Carson, California.
Prograis has been one of boxing’s best-kept secrets over the past few years. The former super lightweight champion lost a narrow decision to Josh Taylor in 2019 but has routinely turned in impressive performances and stellar knockouts.
The 34-year-old knocked out four consecutive opponents following his loss to Taylor before requiring a split decision with Danielito Zorrilla in his last outing.
Why Bet on Devin Haney?
Haney comes with a record of 30-0 15 KOs and will be looking to become a two-weight world champion.
His first global glory came at 135lbs when he became undisputed champion after defeating George Kambosos Jr. in Australia in June 2022.
He has since successfully defended his crown twice, once in a rematch in Australia in October 2022 and then against modern legend Vasiliy Lomachenko in Las Vegas in May.
Final Betting Analysis – Regis Prograis vs. Devin Haney
Although his last fight wasn’t up to his standard, Prograis is looking to prove to the world that he’s worthy of being mentioned among boxing’s elite when he faces Haney. As for ‘The Dream,’ he’s out to collect more silverware as he continues his remarkable journey in boxing.
Prograis has underrated defense and a jab to go along with his power. He’s as tough as anybody in the weight class. However, at 34 years of age, he’ll enter the ring nine years older than Haney, who is only getting better.
Haney will no longer have to drain himself as he’ll make his debut at 140 pounds, which could give him an edge in the fight, and we expect him to land a solid decision win in this clash.
Go for a victory for Haney at -350. If you bet $100 at such odds, you could get $28.57 for a total payout of $128.57.
Regis Prograis vs. Devin Haney Betting Pick: Devin Haney
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