“I want him to win”: Devin Haney bold prediction on Ryan Garcia vs Gervonta Davis

The highly anticipated Ryan Garcia vs Gervonta Davis PPV is all set to begin with its proceedings on April 22nd at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. As we inch closer to this super fight, everyone around the world is excited as two of the biggest names are finally fighting against each other after years of back and forth.

Subsequently, during the build-up to this big lightweight bout, several fighters and celebrities offered their predictions. One such name is Devin Haney, who is keeping close tabs on the Davis vs Garcia fight. While speaking in an interview, the undisputed lightweight champion said that he hopes Ryan Garcia will defeat Tank and expressed the desire to face King Ryan.

“I’m rooting for him, I want him to win because I wanna make the biggest fights happen. He’s shown interest in wanting to fight me, so that’s the guy I want to win. He [Tank] hasn’t shown too much interest in fighting me.”

Devin Haney believes it will be a razor-close contest as Gervonta Davis has the experience and punching power. He also said that Ryan Garcia has the size advantage and speed which makes it an even contest. Regardless of the outcome of this matchup, fight fans around the world are expecting fireworks and we are guaranteed to witness that on April 22nd.

Devin Haney confirms he will face the winner of Ryan Garcia and Gervonta Davis next

Undisputed lightweight champion Devin Haney has his eyes set on Ryan Garcia and wants the 26-year-old superstar to defeat Gervonta Davis. However, Haney has not ruled out a bout against Tank as he confirmed during his interview with IFL TV that he will face the winner of the lightweight clash next.

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But after making the statement, Devin Haney also said that he won’t be fighting with a rehydration clause as he is at a point where he is fighting for titles. As of now, The Dream’s focus is to defend his undisputed lightweight titles against Vasyl Lomachenko. This title fight will take place on May 20th and is unarguably the biggest fight in the 135-pound division.



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