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How to watch Regis Prograis vs. Devin Haney fight in Canada and US

The boxing world is ready to witness an exciting showdown this weekend when Devis Haney (30-0, 15 KOs) and Regis Prograis (29-1, 24 KOs) clash in an intense fight. Click here to watch the best and cheapest way to watch the PPV fight anywhere.

‘Rougarou’ is defending his WBC title for the second time, and things won’t be easy for him against Devin Haney, who, after vacating his title at 135lbs, is looking to make history in front of his home crowd with a monumental win against an opponent ten years older than him.

Here’s everything you need to know all about Haney vs Prograis Pay Per View boxing fight cost, venue, cards and complete fight update.

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When is Haney vs Prograis?

Haney vs Prograis is set to take place on Saturday, December 9. The event is scheduled to begin at 8:00 pm ET / 1:00 am UK Time. The main event is expected to start at 10:37 pm ET / 3:37 am UK, depending on the length of the undercard fights.

Where is the Haney vs Prograis fight?

The highly-anticipated fight is scheduled at the Chase Center in San Francisco.

How to watch Haney vs Prograis PPV in Canada

In Canada: DAZN PPV ($24.99 per month, $199.99 for annual subscription) Alternatively, you can go with PPVWORLD a reliable streaming service that costs you much less than other options in the market.

How to watch Haney vs Prograis PPV in the U.S.

Fans living in the United States can watch the fight through DAZN PPV. The PPV price for subscribers is $59.99 and $74.99 for non-subscribers. The monthly subscription is $19.99 with a 12-month contract, $24.99 month-to-month, and $224.99 for annual subscription.

Alternatively, you can go with FITEPASS a reliable streaming service that costs you much less than other options in the market.


How to watch Haney vs Prograis PPV in UK

The Haney vs Prograis boxing will live stream on DAZN (£9.99 on a 12-month contract / £19.99 month-to-month / £99.99 annually) in the United Kingdom. The fight is part of a regular DAZN subscription and is now available as a Sky channel; DAZN 1 HD is exclusive to Sky.

Ireland: DAZN 1 HD

Australia: DAZN (13.99 AUD per month)

Overall, DAZN will livestream the action night in over 200 countries across the globe. However, it’s to be noted that fans residing in Argentina, Chile, and Colombia must download the DAZN app from the Apple App Store or Android Google Play store and then sign up from there instead of doing that via a web browser. The highly-anticipated action will also be available on the DAZN X Series YouTube channel.

DAZN Compatible Devices:

DAZN has apps available on all of the following platforms: Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire Stick, Amazon Fire Tablet, Android Phone & Tablet, iPhone & iPad, Android TV, LG, Smart TV, Panasonic Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, SmartCast, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Roku.

Haney vs Prograis Fight Preview

Devin Haney Bio and Record

  • Nationality: American
  • Date of birth: November 17, 1998
  • Height: 5′ 8″
  • Reach: 71″
  • Total fights: 30
  • Record: 30-0 (15 KOs)

At 24, Devin Haney (30-0, 15 KOs)
has already achieved more than the most in boxing. Known for his technical ability, he vacated his title at 135 pounds; he now aims for a new challenge at 140 and seeks to become a two-weight world champion.

Haney has held gold since 2019, when he beat Zaur Abdullaev for the interim WBC lightweight belt. He became undisputed champion after defeating George Kambosos Jr in Australia in June 2022.

Since then, he has successfully defended his crown twice, once in a rematch in Australia in October and then retained against modern legend Vasiliy Lomachenko in Las Vegas in May.

After beating Vasyl Lomachenko, Haney indicated in his post-fight press conference to move up a division due to complications getting to the 135-pound limit and will do so this Saturday.

Regis Prograis Bio and Record

  • Nationality: American
  • Date of birth: January 24, 1989
  • Height: 5′ 8″
  • Reach: 67″
  • Total fights: 30
  • Record: 29-1 (24 KOs)

Regis Prograis (29-1, 24 KOs) won the crown against Jose Zepeda last year on November 26 and successfully defended against Puerto Rican Danielito Zorrilla in June. He is a high-caliber fighter with a distinguished career at 140 pounds, and a win over Haney will put him in line for better purses and maybe a chance to unify.

Prograis turned pro in 2012. He beat Luis Eduardo Florez in 2016 to win the NABF super lightweight title. In 2018, he won the interim WBC super lightweight title 2018 against Julius Indongo.

He competed in the World Boxing Super Series super lightweight tournament and beat Terry Flanagan and Kiryl Relikh (winning WBA gold). However, he failed to beat Josh Taylor in the finals for the IBF title. Since then, he has gone 5-0, winning the last bout on a split decision in June against Danielito Zorrilla.

Haney vs Prograis: What has been said?

Haney Devin is the favorite to win, but Prograis is confident of maintaining his dominance at 140 pounds.

“We are finally ready to kick off on Saturday, Dec. 9, and I can’t wait to put on a show,” He said.

“I’ve already started training camp, and I’ll be more than ready to do what I do best. Devin has done well at 135 pounds, but I’m the best in the world at 140 pounds and I’ll prove it once again.”

On the other hand, Haney is focused on his debut at 140 pounds and is approaching the fight as a professional challenge rather than a personal rivalry.

“On paper this is a tough fight because it’s my first fight at a heavier weight division,” Haney said.

“I’m comfortable with the plan have. God willing, I’m going to be stronger and faster than ever. I’m going to dominate him, and the welterweight division will be put on notice.”

“It’s never personal, this is a business at the end of the day. We’re two gentlemen at the end of the day, but when we get in the ring, we don’t have respect for each other. I’m going to go in there and do my job.”

Devin Haney vs. Regis Prograis Undercard

Outside the main event, several young fighters look to showcase their prowess. One of the top fights on the undercard is Liam Paro vs. Montana Love.

Liam Paro (23-0) turned pro in 2016. Australian fighter won local gold in 2018 and has 14 knockout wins. In his latest fight, he beat Brock Jarvis in October.

Montana Love (18-1-1) turned pro in 2015. He beat Ivan Baranchyk via corner retirement in August 2021 and won against Carlos Diaz via TKO. He last fought in November 2022 when he lost against Steve Spark via DQ.

Haney vs Prograis Fight Card

  • Regis Prograis vs. Devin Haney (12 rounds for Prograis’ WBC junior welterweight title)
  • Liam Paro vs. Montana Love (12 rounds, junior welterweights)
  • Andy Cruz vs. Jovanni Straffon (10 rounds, lightweights)
  • Ebanie Bridges vs. Miyo Yoshida (10 rounds, for Bridges’ IBF women’s bantamweight title)
  • Amari Jones vs. Quilisto Madera (8 rounds, middleweights)
  • Beatriz Ferreira vs. Destiny Jones (8 rounds, female junior lightweights)
  • Shamar Canal vs. Jose Antonio Meza (6 rounds, junior lightweights)