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Regis Prograis vs Devin Haney summary online, round by round, stats and updates

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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 09: Devin Haney celebrates defeating Regis Prograis in their WBC World Super Lightweight Title fight at Chase Center on December 09, 2023 in San Francisco, California.   Ezra Shaw/Getty Images/AFP (Photo by EZRA SHAW / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Getty Images via AFP)

Devin Haney shows off perfection as he shuts out Regis Prograis

Haney puts on boxing masterclass

Devin Haney was widely expected to outbox Regis Prograis. He is fast, he is clinical, and he has done it at the lower weight. But nobody, and I do mean nobody, expected him to shut down Prograis entirely. But that is exactly what he did.

Devin Haney was, for lack of a better way of saying it, perfect.

While Prograis was probing, chasing, it seemed that sooner or later he would have to catch up with Haney. The early rounds dripped past without a glove being laid on Haney, and then in the third round Prograis was dropped. He wasn't hurt, other than his pride, but the fact that Haney could not only frustrate the champ but also counter him was shocking.

As those rounds slipped under the keel, Prograis became visibly more frustrated. Unable to land anything at all, Prograis began to take bigger risks, trying to close the distance. Haney continued to stay out of range, countering every assault and making Prograis look out of his depth.

When the dust settled, there was only ever going to be one winner. In an incredible move, all three judges saw it as a clean sweep for Haney, handing him every single round. I am not sure that I have ever seen that in a title fight. Ever.

When asked after the fight about who could be next, Eddie Hearn mentioned Ryan Garcia, Teofimo Lopez, and Gervonta Davis. All of those would be incredible bouts for Devin Haney. And if he does what he did tonight, he will sweep them all aside. We are in the presence of greatness here.

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GOODBYE!

That is going to do it for our live coverage of Regis Prograis vs Devin Haney. We hope that you enjoyed it as much as we did!

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The knockdown

In the third round

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Haney was perfect

Devin Haney was in charge

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Masterclass

Haney was incredible!

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AND THE NEW: Devin Haney wins UD

The judges saw it:

120-107, 120-107, 120-107

all in favor of Devin Haney, the new WBC Super Lightweight World Champion.

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That was a masterclass by Devin Haney. We have to wait for the judges decision, but the only decision is how wide they will score it. Haney clearly dominated that fight and there is no doubt that he will be the new champion.

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R12

The final round and Prograis needs a miracle. He should be on the all-out assault here.

They come out and Prograis is trying to come forward, still unable to find Haney.

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R11

Haney is controlling every aspect of this fight, moving well, keeping Prograis at distance, winning the exchanges, and landing the counter punches.

Prograis is still on the attack, but increasingly frustrated.

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R10

Another round of Haney controlling the pace, working outside, punctuated by moments of clenching, and ending in a wild punch that saw Prograis miss his mark and stumble into the turnbuckle.

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R9

Prograis takes a risk and comes inside, landing a nice left hand to the body. Haney is trying to get the distance back in between them, and this is the first time that Prograis has put any real pressure on Haney.

A risk too many sees Haney land a big right hand that wobbles Prograis. He recovers quickly but the momentum switches back to Haney in the round.

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R8

Haney leads Prograis around the outside of the ring, picking him off. Haney lands a nice right uppercut with a minute left.

Prograis now is so far behind that he needs to take huge risks and hope for a payoff.

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R7

Haney lands another right hand to start the round, and then works on the body, coming around the guard with a left hook to the ribs. Haney is driving this fight.

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R6

Haney lands a left hand that buckles Prograis' legs. He manages to recover, but Prograis is in a little bit of trouble here!

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R5

Prograis is looking frustrated, taking more risks as he tries to come inside and get to Haney.

The counter punch is there for Haney when he calls on it and he is firmly in control of the pace here.

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R4

Haney looks to be moving nicely. He is fluid and staying outside, frustrating Prograis, landing shots and getting back out.

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R3

Haney comes out moving around the outside, sticking and moving. A booming left hand catches Prograis off balance and he goes to the matt!

Prograis does not seem to be hurt, other than his pride, but he is now looking at a 10-8 round.

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R2

Rejoining the action in round two, Prograis is moving well, landing a nice uppercut as the round gets underway.

Haney tries to stick outside and lands a nice right hook of his own.

Prograis comes in with a combo and Haney pushes him to the floor. No knockdown.

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R1

We had technical issues and lost feed of the fight here in the office missing the first round.

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Regis Prograis vs Devin Haney (WBC super-lightweight title)

Now it is time for the main event! Regis Prograis will defend his WBC super-lightweight title against Devin Haney.

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Paro wins big

What a statement!

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R6

Liam Paro wins by TKO

Paro comes out with a huge uppercut, dropping Love twice in the first thirty seconds! Love is in all kinds of trouble!

Paro jumps on him, landing shots to both head and body, unloading at will.

Love tries to hold on and he has nothing left! The referee steps in and calls a halt to it! Liam Paro wins!

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R5

Paro is landing his left hand almost at will. Love is looking all undone here.

Love walks onto a huge left hand from Paro. The momentum has shifted here. Paro is in control here.

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R4

Paro lands a nice one-two combo and is on the front foot in this round. Love tries to stay ahead of him with a jab, looking always for a big haymaker. Paro seems to have him figured out and is picking his shots.

The referee gives another warning for hitting in the back of the head, coupling it with a warning to Love for ducking into it.

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R3

Love throws a big right hand as the round gets underway and Paro comes back with a big left hook of his own.

As Paro stays on the front foot, Love tries to wrap him up, wrestling him to the floor in the process.

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R2

Paro comes out quick, trying to get on top of Love early. Love is attempting to wrap him up, trying to slow the fight down.

Love is ducking under Paro's arm and Paro draws two rebukes from the ref for punching in the back of the head.

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R1

Both fighters come out working from the southpaw side and this could be interesting. Normally one fighter is a lefty, but to have both of them working from that left side, that is unusual.

Paro throws a nice left hook and Love comes back with a clean left hook of his own. They are both trying to get their shots in and move back.

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Liam Paro vs Montana Love (super-lightweight)

Now we move on to the principal support as Liam Paro faces Montana Love.

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Cruz was a level above

What a win

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R3

Andy Cruz wins by TKO

Cruz comes out and jumps straight back onto Straffon. This needs to be stopped!

And finally the referee steps in, that was enough.

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R2

Cruz comes out and lands a great counter right, staggering Straffon. Cruz steps on the gas and Straffon is in a world of trouble here!

Cruz is way too quick for Straffon and he lands a double uppercut, changing angles and just landing that right hand at will.

Andy Cruz swarms Straffon and this is unbelievable! Straffon is unable to do anything about it!

Cruz pushes Straffon to the matt as the round ends. No knockdown, that was a push.

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R1

Cruz comes out in only hhis second fight working from the orthodox stance as Straffon works southpaw.

Cruz is quick, throwing fast jabs and moving out of range. Straffon is a little more plodding, but carries impressive power.

With a minute to go, Cruz gets Straffon onto the ropes, landing a great right hand behind a good one-two combo.

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Andy Cruz vs Jovanni Straffon (lightweight)

Now we have Olympic Gold Medallist Andy Cruz in his second professional bout as he takes on Jovanni Straffon in a lightweight clash.

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A new champion

Yoshida is the new champ!

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Yoshida is the new IBF Bantamweight world champion.

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AND THE NEW: Miyo Yoshida wins by UD

The judges saw it:

99-91, 99-91, 97-93

all three for Miyo Yoshida.

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We will see what the judges thought of it, but Ebanie Bridges looks deflated, Yoshida looks effervescent. Let's wait to see how they scored it.

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R10

Final round now and Ebanie Bridges needs a knockout to win this. She has been thoroughly outworked, and surprisingly out bombed!

Yoshida is pushing Bridges back, trying to bully her. But Bridges is going all out, throwing her hands a little more freely. But it is too little, too late. As the bell sounds, it should be a clear win for Yoshida.

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R9

Yoshida's overhand right just can't miss. Bridges has to get her head moving better than this, but the time is running out on her.

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R8

Bridges is trying to turn this into her kind of fight, a scrap. But she looks shocked that Yoshida is up to the challenge and trading bombs with her!

Bridges is landing some shots, but every one comes with a counter right from Yoshida.

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R7

Bridges comes out with some nice shots, landing a great left hook, but Yoshida is taking it well.

They begin to trade in the middle of the ring, trading shots and what is incredible is that Yoshida is landing the bigger shots!

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R6

Bridges comes out to try and dig at the body, but Yoshida is landing perhaps the more eye catching shots.

Bridges is looking like she is beginning to tire.

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R5

Yoshida is pushing Bridges back onto the ropes, trying to bully her. Bridges is knocked to a knee, but it is ruled a trip rather than a knockdown.

They begin to trade and both land huge right hands, Yoshida getting the better of it.

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R4

Bridges is now finally getting back to her natural style, working close and digging at the body.

Yoshida is landing huge hands here, though!

Both ladies land huge right hands as the round ends.

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R3

Bridges is seeing some of her work pay off and manages to land a big right hand, but Yoshida comes back big, landing a nice counter right.

Bridges is not throwing the bombs that she is known for, opting for a jabbing style, and Yoshida is landing the bigger shots.

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R2

Both fighters come out and meet in the middle, with Yoshida landing another nice right hand.

Bridges is on the back foot and trying to work her jab a little here, but she is a little out of sorts.

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R1

Bridges came out slowly, which is unusual for her, jabbing and moving rather than gettting into a tear up. Yoshida managed to land a few nice right hands in the round.

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Bridges is the defending champion and is trained by Dave Coldwell. She brings real pop to the ring and is an aggressive fighter by nature. Yoshida is a late replacement, coming in on only three weeks preparation.

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Ebanie Bridges vs Miyo Yoshida (IBF bantamweight title)

We now move on to the main card and our first bout is a world title fight as Miyo Yoshida challenges Ebanie Bridges for her IBF Bantamweight title.

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PRELIMS: Amari Jones wins by TKO

Amari Jones sees the fight waved off, taking the win.

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PRELIMS: Beatriz Ferreira wins by TKO

Beatriz Ferreira moves to 4-0 after dropping Destiny Jones

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PRELIMS: Shamar Canal wins by UD

A win for Devin Haney Promotions to start the show!

Shamar Canal defeats Jose Antonio Meza

60-53, 60-53, 60-53 in the opening bout.

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Ryan Garcia calls out winner

He wants dibs

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All set!

Eddie's ready! Are you?

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Heated face off

Things got tense

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Head to head

This is a great matchup!

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Regis Prograis - Devin Haney: odds and predictions. Who is the favorite to win the fight?

‘The Dream’ will fight for the first time at 140, where Prograis is the WBC super lightweight world champion. Check out Diario AS USA's Fidel Rubio's prediction right here!

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Prograis - Haney purse: How much money does the winner get? And the loser?

Undefeated Devin Haney will challenge Regis Prograis for the WBC super lightweight title after stepping up to the 140-pound division.

Our own Roddy Cons breaks it all down for you right here!

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The Full Card

Regis Prograis vs Devin Haney (WBC super-lightweight title)
Liam Paro vs Montana Love (super-lightweight)
Ebanie Bridges vs Miyo Yoshida (IBF bantamweight title)
Andy Cruz vs Jovanni Straffon (lightweight)

Prelims
Beatriz Ferreira vs Destiny Jones (junior lightweight)
Amari Jones vs Quilisto Madera (middleweight)
Shamar Canal vs Jose Antonio Meza (junior lightweight)

The main card is set to get underway at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT.

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Tale of the tape

Regis Prograis

Age: 34

Stance: Southpaw

Height: 5ft 8in

Reach: 67”

Record: 29-1-0 (24 KOs)

Devin Haney

Age: 25

Stance: Orthodox

Height: 5ft 8in

Reach: 71”

Record: 30-0-0 (15 KOs)

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WELCOME!!!

Welcome to Diario AS USA’s live coverage of the WBC super-lightweight title bout between Regis Prograis and Devin Haney from the Chase Centre in San Francisco, California.

The former undisputed king of the Lightweight division has decided to try and extend his grasp as Devin Haney goes up a division into the Super Lightweights to challenge Regis Prograis for his WBC title.

With little left to prove at the lower weight, Haney has set his sights on the current WBC Super Lightweight champion. Haney is undefeated as a professional and has made light work of all comers whereas Prograis has looked haggard and unjointed of late.

Prograis’ only blemish is his loss to Josh Taylor back in 2019, but at a full decade older than his opponent, there are concerns that father time may be catching up with Rougarou.

Further down the undercard, Ebanie Bridges will make her second defence of her IBF Bantamweight title against Miyo Yoshida in her USA fight debut. A former ring card girl turned boxer, Bridges has turned the boxing world on it’s head by proving that she could really bang with the best of them.

Olympic Gold Medal winner Andy Cruz will make his second professional appearance in a 10-round lightweight clash with Jovanni Straffon.

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Rules