Haney vs Prograis Running Order, UK Start Time, PPV Price, Undercard And Main Event Ring Walks

Haney vs Prograis Running Order, UK Start Time, PPV Price, Undercard And Main Event Ring Walks

  • Devin Haney and Regis Prograis Meet Sat, Dec 9 In San Francisco
  • Their DAZN PPV Fight Will Be For The WBC 140-pound World Title
  • Haney vs Prograis Running Order And Other Important Details

Regis Prograis will defend his WBC Super Lightweight title against the Undisputed Lightweight king, Devin Haney, at the Golden State Warriors Chase Center in San Francisco, California this Saturday, Dec 9.

Haney (30-0 15 KOs) returns to his Bay Area roots in his quest to become a two-weight World champion, moving up from 135lbs having become undisputed after beating George Kambosos Jr in Australia in June of last year.

The American successfully defended his crown twice, once in a rematch Down Under in October and then against modern-day legend Vasiliy Lomachenko in Las Vegas in May, and now the San Francisco-born 24-year-old can make more history in his first fight on his home turf.

Prograis (29-1 24 KOs) puts his WBC title on the line for the second time after successfully seeing off Danielito Zorrilla on his New Orleans home patch in his first defence in April.

‘Rougarou’ became a two-time holder of the green and gold belt in November when he knocked out Jose Zepeda in the 11th round in Carson, California – and the 34-year-old returns to The Golden State to face the former undisputed Lightweight king.

Haney vs Prograis Undercard

Liam Paro and Montana Love will clash for the WBO Global Jr. Welterweight title.

Paro (23-0 14 KOs) will be itching to get in the ring and put on a big performance after agonizingly missing out on a World title shot against headline star Prograis in June.

This will be Paro’s first fight in over a year having blasted away Brock Jarvis inside a round as the top-of-the-bill act in Matchroom’s first-ever Australian show in October 2022 in his Queensland hometown.

For Love (18-1-1 9 KOs) it is back-to-back Australian foes as the Cleveland ace gets back into action following a controversial homecoming clash with Stevie Spark in November, where Love was DQ’d.

The 28-year-old will be eager to get back to winning ways in San Francisco and get back into the World title mix, making this 140lb clash a must-win for both men.

Cuban star Andy Cruz returns against Mexico’s Jovanni Straffon.

Cruz (1-0) made his hotly anticipated pro debut in July in Detroit, comfortably outpointing Juan Carlos Burgos to pick up the IBF strap that he defends in December.

The former Cuban amateur sensation, who struck Olympic gold at the 2020 games, can add the WBA Continental Latin-Americas title to his collection in his second pro outing but faces a stiff test against Mexico’s Straffon (26-5-1, 19 KOs).

Ebanie Bridges defends her IBF World Bantamweight title against Japan’s Miyo Yoshida in the card opener.

Bridges (9-1 4 KOs) makes a long-awaited return to the ring against Yoshida (16-4). The fight night will be one day shy of a year since Bridges successfully defended her title for the first time in her adopted UK home of Leeds, where she stopped another Australian, Shannon O’Connell, in the eighth.

Brazilian star Beatriz Ferreira (3-0 1 KO) fights for the second time in 2023 after a shut-out win against Karla Zamora in Sheffield, England in July and meets Texan Destiny Jones (5-1 2 KOs) over eight rounds.

Oakland native Amari Jones (9-0 8 KOs) moves into double figures in the paid ranks and does so over eight rounds at Middleweight against Californian Quilisto Madera (14-4 9 KOs)

Haney vs Prograis Running Order

READ: Regis Prograis Not Corncered With Fighting In Devin Haney’s Hometown, “How Many Schools Did Haney Go To Out There?”

Before The Bell

  • Shamar Canal vs Jose Antonio Meza – 6 Rounds Super Featherweight
  • Beatriz Ferreira vs Destiny Jones – 8 Rounds Super Featherweight
  • Amari Jones vs Quilisto Madera – 8 Rounds Super Middleweight


  • Ebanie Bridges vs Miyo Yoshida – IBF Super Bantamweight Title
  • Andy Cruz vs Jovanni Straffon – 10 Rounds Lightweight
  • Liam Paro vs Montana Love – 10 Rounds Super Lightweight
  • Devin Haney vs Regis Prograis – WBC Super Lightweight Title

Haney vs Prograis UK Start Time, TV Channel, PPV Price, Ring Walks

The 140-pound clash will be available on DAZN worldwide. A PPV in the US and Canada at a $59.99 price point for DAZN subscribers ($74.99 as a non-subscriber) and as part of the regular subscription (not PPV) in the rest of the world.

The preliminary action will get underway at 10:45 pm BST (5:45 pm ET) on the Matchroom and DAZN Boxing YouTube channels alongside the DAZN app.

The main card begins at 1 am BST (8 pm ET) with three undercard bouts so the ring walks will be no earlier than 4 am BST (11 pm ET).

By Darshan Desai

Image Credit: Ed Mulholland/Matchroom Boxing