Devin Haney vs Regis Prograis time: When does fight start in UK and US this weekend?
4th December 2023

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Devin Haney begins the next phase of his career this weekend, as he moves up in weight to challenge Regis Prograis.

Haney declared last week that he is relinquishing his undisputed lightweight belts, as he bids to take the WBC super-lightweight title from Prograis.

The Americans will go head to head in San Francisco, where Haney, 25, will look to stay unbeaten and hand Prograis his second defeat as a pro.

Haney last fought in May, winning a narrow decision over ex-champion Vasiliy Lomachenko to remain undisputed at lightweight, while Prograis, 34, last boxed in June, edging past Danielito Zorrilla to retain his title.

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When is the fight?

Haney vs Prograis is set to take place on Saturday 9 December at the Chase Center in San Francisco.

The main card is due to begin at 1am GMT on Sunday (6pm PT, 8pm CT, 9pm ET on Saturday). Ring walks for the main event are then expected at 3.45am GMT (8.45pm PT, 10.45pm CT, 11.45pm ET on Saturday).

How can I watch it?

The fight will air live on Dazn in over 200 countries, including the UK and US. In the UK, the fight will be available to subscribers; in the US, it will stream on pay-per-view for subscribers and non-subscribers.

A subscription to the streaming service is available here, with monthly costs starting from £9.99. Dazn works on web browsers as well as the TVs and devices listed here.

If you’re travelling abroad and want to watch the event, you might need a VPN to unblock your streaming app. Our VPN round-up is here to help and includes deals on VPNs in the market. Viewers using a VPN need to make sure that they comply with any local regulations where they are and also with the terms of their service provider.


Prograis will defend the WBC super-lightweight title against Haney

Haney – 1/4

Prograis – 11/4

Draw – 18/1

Via Betway.

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Full card (subject to change)

Regis Prograis (C) vs Devin Haney (WBC super-lightweight title)

Liam Paro vs Montana Love (super-lightweight)

Andy Cruz vs Jovanni Straffon (lightweight)

Ebanie Bridges (C) vs Miyo Yoshida (IBF women’s bantamweight title)

Amari Jones vs Quilisto Madera (middleweight)

Beatriz Ferreira vs Destiny Jones (super-featherweight)

Shamar Canal vs Jose Antonio Meza (super-featherweight)

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