- Ryan Garcia and Devin Haney had a near-fight encounter in Las Vegas
- The pair will face each other for a title fight on April 20
Ryan Garcia and Devin Haney gave fans a little bit of preview of what’s about to go down on their upcoming title fight.
Things got heated real quick
Shortly after the WBC lightweight title fight between Garcia and Haney was confirmed, the pair crossed paths in Las Vegas and engaged in a verbal and physical altercation. Garcia and Haney ended up having some wild exchange of insults while at each other’s face.
Moments later, Garcia shoved Haney and all hell almost broke loose. Haney tried to grab Garcia but the latter was able to escape. After being separated, Garcia challenged Haney to bring it on while showing off some boxing stance.
Check out the clips below:
Devin is getting pimped by his dad the pimp sad to see. 4-20 he will be crying begging please have mercy. Save your son bill. pic.twitter.com/BnUMhORclP
— RYAN GARCIA (@RyanGarcia) February 10, 2024
Don’t turn around & run April 20th.. pic.twitter.com/VLsGvJaeVI
— Devin Haney (@Realdevinhaney) February 10, 2024
A massive showdown between two of the best lightweights in the world
Haney will put his WBC lightweight title as well as his flawless record on the line when he takes on Garcia on April 20 on DAZN PPV. He has gone unbeaten as a pro with 31-0 record. His latest victim was Regis Prograis, whom he defeated via unanimous decision last December.
On the other hand, Garcia will try and pick up where he left off, having TKO’d out Oscar Duarte Jurado in his last fight. He currently has a 24-1-0 record as a pro with 20 of his wins coming by way of knockout.