Devin Haney enters Saturday’s fight against Joseph “JoJo” Diaz Jr. as the heavy favorite. The 23-year-old has a height and reach advantage over Diaz, and he brings an incredible amount of skill to the ring. There is a reason he has a perfect 26-0 record and currently holds the WBC lightweight championship belt.
But the challenger isn’t lacking confidence. Ahead of the matchup, Diaz told The Sporting News’ Andreas Hale that he will walk out of the MGM Grand Garden Arena as the new champion.
“I think I’m gonna break him down, both just physically and mentally,” Diaz said. “I’m gonna take him to a place he’s never been, and in the later rounds, I’ll get him out of there.”
Can Diaz deliver on his promise? Or will Haney remain undefeated?
Here’s everything you need to know about watching the Haney vs. Diaz fight.
What channel is Devin Haney vs. JoJo Diaz Jr. on tonight?
Boxing fans can purchase the Haney vs. Diaz pay-per-view through DAZN.
How much is Devin Haney vs. JoJo Diaz Jr. on pay-per-view?
- DAZN monthly subscription: $19.99
- DAZN annual subscription: $99.99
The Haney vs. Diaz fight card can be purchased through DAZN for either $19.99 (monthly subscription) or $99.99 (annual subscription).
What time is Devin Haney vs. JoJo Diaz Jr.?
- Date: Saturday, Dec. 4
- Time: 8 p.m. ET | 5 p.m. PT
- Main event: 11:15 p.m. ET | 8:15 p.m. PT (estimate)
The Haney vs. Diaz fight card is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday, Dec. 4. Haney and Diaz are expected to make their ring walks around 11:15 p.m. ET, though that could change depending on the length of the earlier fights.
Devin Haney record, bio
- Nationality: American
- Age: 23
- Height: 5-8
- Weight: 135 pounds
- Reach: 71 inches
- Total fights: 26
- Record: 26-0 with 15 KOs
JoJo Diaz Jr. record, bio
- Nationality: American
- Age: 29
- Height: 5-6
- Weight: 134.4 pounds
- Reach: 64 inches
- Total fights: 34
- Record: 32-1-1 with 15 KOs
Devin Haney vs. JoJo Diaz Jr. fight card
- Devin Haney vs. Joseph “JoJo” Diaz Jr.; WBC world lightweight title
- Filip Hrgovic vs. Scott Alexander; Heavyweight
- Montana Love vs. Carlos Diaz; Super lightweight
- Jessica McCaskill vs. Kandi Wyatt; WBA, WBO, WBC and IBF women’s welterweight titles
- Austin Williams vs. Quatavious Cash; Middleweight
- Alexis Espino vs. Rodolfo Gomez Jr.; Super middleweight
- Marc Castro vs. Ronaldo Solis; Super featherweight