Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia: Fight Card, Betting Odds, Start Time

Devin Haney vs Ryan Garcia

All the fight details for Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia on Saturday, April 20th, 2024. With betting odds, start time, date, location, and information on how to watch.

  • Event: “Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia.”
  • Date: Sat, 20th April, 2024
  • Location: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York.
  • BroadcastDAZN worldwide
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Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia Full fight card

  • Devin Haney 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

*Fight card, bout order, and number of fights are subject to change

Devin Haney set to defend WBC title in championship fight with Ryan Garcia in April

Start date and time

Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia takes place on Saturday, April 20th, 2024 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The undercard will start at 10 p.m. ET / 2 a.m. in the UK (Sunday) with the main event ringwalks at approximately 1 a.m. ET(Sunday) / 5 a.m. in the UK (Sunday).

Betting Odds

And just less than three weeks out from his massive fight with former world champion, Ryan Garcia this month in Brooklyn, New York, undisputed WBC super lightweight champion, Devin Haney continues to drift out in the moneyline odds to beat the former – as a resounding betting favorite, no less.

Haney, the current WBC super lightweight champion, returns to the ring this month in a title fight defense against Victorville native, Garcia – attempting to defend his crown successfully after turning in a decision win over Regis Prograis back in December of last year.

And as for Garcia, the 25-year-old rebounded from his first professional loss back in December of last year to boot, stopping Oscar Duarte with a knockout win – following a prior knockout loss defeat of his own against arch-rival, Gervonta Davis.

With the days counting down to Devin Haney’s massive WBC super lightweight title defense against Ryan Garcia, the San Francisco native is a huge -750 betting favorite to beat the +500 betting underdog title chaser, Garcia – with a host of boxing predictions provided by some of the best and most versed predictors and analysts picking Haney to retain his title in a dominant win against Californian foe, Garcia.

Improving his stunning unbeaten record to 31-0 with his December judging win over Prograis, Haney added the ex-WBC super lightweight champion to an impressive run of victories as of recent, including a decision win over Vasyl Lomachenko, as well as back-to-back title fight wins over former world champion, George Kambosos Jr.

And predicting a dominant win over Garcia in the pair’s championship clash in ‘Boogie Town’ later this month, Haney described his stylistic pairing with the youngster as a “mismatch” of the highest degree.

“Yeah, I mean, Ryan (Garcia) gets very aggressive, over-anxious, makes a lot of mistakes,” Haney told Fight Hub TV. “We’ve been studying him, we see a lot of those mistakes, we look to capitalize on those and if everything goes to plan, I see me ending him.”

“I think it’s a mismatch,” Haney explained. “Ryan Garcia is a C+ fighter with a big name. He has a name but he’s not on my level, not on the elite level. And I look to show that, that there’s levels to this and I’m a far better fighter and me and Ryan shouldn’t be in the ring [together]. If he didn’t have the name then we wouldn’t be sharing the ring. Ryan is bringing one thing, a left hook to the table, and I’m bringing everything.” 

Himself remaining vocal in his ability to topple the unbeaten Haney – in what bookies and markets are claiming on paper would be one of the biggest betting unsets in recent title fight history, Garcia claimed he hoped Haney was “ready to die” ahead of their title fight later this month in New York.

“My intention is to kill Devil (sic) Haney,” Ryan Garcia posted on his offciial X account. “No mercy I hope he is ready to die. I hope he has came to terms with it. For the record his dad announced my death first. This is war this isn’t for the faint of heart.” 

Prior to his knockout loss to world champion maestro, Davis a year ago, Victorville native Garcia had enjoyed an impressive run of 23-fight unbeaten run – including a WBC interim lightweight championship success with a knockout win over British contender, Luke Campbell. 

A vicious knockout puncher boasting 20 separate knockout triumphs, Garcia has also finished the likes of Francisco Fonseca, Romero Duno, and Javier Fortuna with a trio of knockout victories over the course of his brief professional career so far. 

A pundit in particular who remains supremely confident in a victory for Haney comes in the form of ex-WBC light welterweight titleholder, Timothy Bradley, who claimed a boxing lession is likely in store for Garcia later this month on the East Coast.

“It’s going to be boxing lesson,” Bradley explained. “Devin has a better jab, better movement, he’s trained and thinks better in the ring. Garcia, on the other hand, is limited, we all know that. His left hook is his bread and butter. What’s left for him if you take it away? Don’t be surprised if Haney steps on the gas and tries to knock him out.”

“As far as I’m concerned, Ryan still doesn’t understand how to fully engage in a fight,” Bradley continued. “He doesn’t know how to stay focused throughout the fight.”

In terms of fights after his clash against Garcia this month, Haney has weighed up the chances of a stunning trio of boxing bouts against the likes of the above-mentioned would-be common-foe, Gervonta Davis, as well as world champion, Teofimo Lopez, and Subriel Matias ahead of his return this month in New York – in search of his first WBC super lightweight title defense.

Tickets

If you are lucky enough to be in or near New York and would like to be there on the 20th of April to watch Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia live, you can purchase tickets here. Premium tickets are also available here.

At the time of writing the cheapest tickets are $243.20 in Sec 207 Row 17 and the highest price is $1729.30 in Sec 7 Row 5.

Press Conference

PPV price and Live streams

The whole card of Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia will be broadcast on DAZN worldwide in over 200 countries. The price is yet to be released but will be available to purchase here.

What is Next after Devin Haney vs Ryan Garcia?

The next big fight after Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia is Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday 18th May 2024.