Devin Haney vs Joseph Diaz start time: Live stream, PPV price, how to watch
A week after George Kambosos scored a shock goal against Teofimo Lopez to win three of four recognized lightweight world championships, Devin Haney is set to defend his fourth belt against danger and the former world champion. world Joseph Diaz Jr. This is a dangerous match for 23-year-old Haney and one can see the division descend into further turmoil.
Haney (26-0, 15 KOs) is already a brilliant professional but his style and skill have made it difficult for him to find a suitable opponent in a tournament brimming with talent. On his most recent outing, Haney was badly injured in his most recent game, being caught by Jorge Linares. He still managed to survive to the last ring and keep his title in the process. Needing a big opponent, Haney started calling Diaz when Diaz’s fight with Ryan Garcia fell apart due to Garcia’s hand injury.
Diaz (32-1-1, 15 KOs) is a former IBF super featherweight champion. The only setback of his career came in 2018 when he decided to beat Gary Russell Jr in the WBC featherweight title fight. Since that loss, Diaz has won 6-0-1, including beating Javier Fortuna in his most recent bout, claiming the interim WBC lightweight title in the process.
Action gets underway at 8 p.m. ET on DAZN (follow now). The full battle card with odds from Caesars Sportsbook and full viewing information is listed below.
- Day: December 4 | Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena – Las Vegas
- Start time: 8 p.m. ET
- How to watch/stream live: DAZN – Sign up here
Haney vs. battle card. Diaz, odds
- Devin Haney (c) -700 vs. Joseph Diaz Jr. +500, WBC lightweight champion
- Montana Love -1500 vs Carlos Diaz +850, smaller weight class
- Jessica McCaskill (c) -2000 vs Kandi Wyatt +850, undisputed weight division title
- Filip Hrgovic -8000 vs Emir Ahmatovic +2200, heavy
- Marc Castro vs. Ronaldo Solis, lightweight
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