Devin Haney, the indisputable light-weight champ, has actually revealed that he will be abandoning all 4 of his titles ahead of his upcoming junior welterweight champion fight. Haney, who is 25 years of ages and holds a record of 30-0, stated he is transferring to the 140-pound department with hopes of ending up being a two-division champ, and after that ultimately going up to 147 pounds.
The WBC light-weight title will now come from Shakur Stevenson. Davis holds the WBA’s secondary title, so he’s most likely to be raised to acknowledged champ. The uninhabited IBF title is anticipated to be objected to in between 2 leading competitors, Kambosos and Lomachenko. As for the WBO title, the image is less clear.
Haney is set to deal with Regis Prograis in San Francisco on DAZN PPV. Prograis is a powerful challenger, with just one professional defeat to previous indisputable champ Josh Taylor. Haney is figured out to make the greatest and finest battles worldwide, and sees himself as a pay-per-view fighter.