Devin Haney vs Regis Prograis undercard: Complete list of fights before main event in 2023 boxing match

Fireworks are expected to go off in California when Regis Prograis defends the WBC super lightweight title against Devin Haney on December 9. The fight airs on DAZN PPV in the U.S.

Prograis (29-1) is a Golden Gloves winner who turned pro in 2012. “Rougarou” won the NABF junior super featherweight and super lightweight title. On a five-fight win streak, he beat Jose Zepeda in 2022 for the WBC super lightweight belt. Considered the B-Side in this fight despite being champion, Prograis believes Haney isn’t the pound-for-pound great those in boxing present him as.  

“We’re both going to make a lot of money, and we’re only going to have one winner. That’s going to be me,” Prograis said on Brian Campbell’s forum via Boxing News 24. “He’s good, but I don’t think he has what it takes to beat me. I know I’m better. I know how fast I am, I know how strong I am, and I have a chin. Devin Haney isn’t as good as people think he is.”

Haney (30-0) is the undisputed lightweight champion and the WBC champion “in recess” while he fights for Prograis’ title. “The Dream” has 15 wins via knockout and edged Vasiliy Lomachenko in May to defend his status as undisputed. 

WATCH: Regis Prograis vs. Devin Haney, live on DAZN

Outside the main event, a world title is on the line, while several young fighters look to impress. Here’s a breakdown of the entire Devin Haney vs. Regis Prograis undercard.

Devin Haney vs. Regis Prograis undercard

Liam Paro vs. Montana Love

  • Division/Weight: Super-Lightweight
  • Paro record: 23-0
  • Love record: 18-1-1
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

One of the top fights on the card is Liam Paro vs. Montana Love

Paro (23-0) turned pro in 2016. The Aussie won local gold in 2018 and has 14 wins via knockout. Ranked within the top fifteen in the WBO super lightweight rankings, Paro beat Brock Jarvis in his last fight in October. 

Love (18-1-1) made his pro debut in 2015. He blew up when he beat Ivan Baranchyk via corner retirement in August 2021 and got a ringing endorsement from Jake Paul after his fight against Carlos Diaz, which he won via TKO. Love lost his last contest in November 2022 against Steve Spark via DQ.  

Ebanie Bridges vs. Miyo Yoshida

  • Division/Weight: Bantamweight
  • Bridges record: 9-1
  • Yoshida record: 16-4
  • Belts at stake: IBF bantamweight title 

Ebanie Bridges defends the IBF bantamweight title against Miyo YoshidaAvril Mathie suffered an injury which forced her to be nixed from the fight. 

A two-time Golden Gloves gold medalist, Bridges (9-1) turned pro in 2019. She lost against Shannon Courtenay in 2021 for the WBA bantamweight title and has won four in a row since. The Aussie beat Maria Cecilia Roman in March 2022 for the IBF bantamweight belt and defended it in her last fight in December 2022 against Shannon O’Connell.

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Yoshida (16-4) turned pro in 2014. Winning local gold in Japan, Yoshida beat Casey Croft in 2019 for the WBO super flyweight title. Losing it against Tomoko Okuda in 2020, she beat her to reclaim it in a rematch in 2021, only to lose it against Tamao Ozawa. Since then, she is 1-1, losing her last fight in November against Shurretta Metcalf. 

Andy Cruz vs. Hector Tanajara

  • Division/Weight: Lightweight
  • Cruz record: 1-0
  • Tanajara record: 21-1-1
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

Andy Cruz faces Hector Tanajara.

Cruz (1-0) is a seven-time gold medalist, winning gold in the 2020 Olympics. The 28-year-old turned pro in July after an amateur career with over 140 wins, beating Juan Carlos Burgos. 

Tanajara (21-1-1) turned pro in 2015. “El Finito” is 2-1-1 in his last four contests and is on a two-fight win streak. His last fight was a unanimous decision win against John Arellano in March. 

Amari Jones vs. Quilisto Madera

  • Division/Weight: Super Welterweight
  • Jones record: 10-0
  • Madera record: 14-4
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

Jones (10-0) turned pro in 2021. The 21-year-old has won all but one of his fights via knockout, his last contest being a TKO win against Luis Diaz in October.  

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Madera (14-4) turned pro in 2014. He’s 2-2 in his last four fights and lost his last contest in August against Kevin Newman II.

Beatriz Ferreira vs. Destiny Jones

  • Division/Weight: Super Featherweight
  • Ferreira record: 3-0
  • Jones record: 5-1
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

Beatriz Ferreira vs. Destiny Jones is further down the card.

Ferreira (3-0) is a two-time Pan American gold medalist and a 2020 Olympic silver medalist. After over 100 wins at the amateur level, the Brazilian turned pro in 2022. She won her last fight in July against Karla Ramos Zamora.

Jones (5-1) turned pro in 2021. “Too Sweet” lost against Stephanie Han in 2022 and has since won three in a row. Her last contest was a knockout win against Brittany Ordonez in May. 

Shamar Canal vs. Jose Antonio Meza

  • Division/Weight: Super Featherweight
  • Canal record: 6-0
  • Jose Antonio Meza record: 8-8
  • Belts at stake: N/A 

Finally, Shamar Canal faces Jose Antonio Meza

Canal (6-0) turned pro in 2021. The 20-year-old has won four contests via knockout, and his last fight was a TKO win in October against Cristian Macias.  

Meza (8-8) turned pro in 2013. He’s 1-4 in his last four fights and on a two-fight losing streak. “Pepao” lost against Dominic Valle in November 2022 via a unanimous decision scoring.  

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When is Regis Prograis vs. Devin Haney?

The Devin Haney vs. Regis Prograis card begins at 8 p.m. ET or 5 p.m. PT on Saturday, December 9. Haney and Prograis should make their way to the ring around 11:30 p.m. ET or 8:30 p.m. PT, depending on how long the undercard fights last. 

Region Date Main Card Start Time Main Event Ring Walks (approx.)
USA and Canada (ET) Saturday, December 9 8 p.m. ET 11:30 p.m. ET
USA and Canada (PT) Saturday, December 9 5 p.m. PT 8:30 p.m. PT
UK and Ireland Sunday, December 10 1 a.m. GMT 4:30 a.m. GMT
Australia Sunday, December 10 12 p.m. AEDT 3:30 p.m. AEDT

How to watch Regis Prograis vs. Devin Haney

Regis Prograis vs. Devin Haney is live on DAZN. It will be on DAZN PPV in the U.S. and Canada.

Region TV channel Live streaming
UK and Ireland DAZN 1 HD DAZN
Australia DAZN

 Now available as a Sky channel, DAZN 1 HD is exclusive to Sky.

Regis Prograis vs. Devin Haney price: How much does the fight cost? 

  • PPV price: $59.99 for DAZN subscribers, $74.99 for non-subscribers
  • DAZN monthly subscription: $19.99 on a 12-month contract or $24.99 month-to-month in U.S. / $24.99 per month in Canada / £9.99 in the U.K. on a 12-month contract or £19.99 month-to-month / 13.99 AUD
  • DAZN annual subscription: $224.99 in U.S., $199.99 in Canada, £99.99 in the U.K.


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