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Devin Haney Promises Easy Work Against Ryan Garcia

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Devin Haney is predicting an early knockout of Ryan Garcia in their April 20th light welterweight contest at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

WBC champion Haney (31-0, 15 KOs) claims he already knows the game plan Ryan (24-1, 20 KOs) will use in their fight on DAZN PPV.

Haney, 26, doesn’t say whether he’s got a mole in his camp or what, but he claims he’s knowledge of his game plan. If Devin does have a mole, he wouldn’t be the first that Kingry dealt with.

In Ryan’s fight against Gervonta Davis, there was a reported mole, feeding the Baltimore native’s team with information.

Tank would have won without the mole because he was way too powerful for Ryan that night, and he was dealing with a rib injury that eventually led to him bowing out in the seventh.

Capitalizing on Ryan’s Mistakes

“The world is going to see how easy I make this fight look. We know what Ryan is going to do. He’s going to come in and try to put the pressure and get wild like we’ve seen him do before,” said Devin Haney on social media, dismissing Ryan Garcia as having any chance of beating him on April 20th.

Most people already know how Haney is going to fight because he’s always the same. He jabs, pulls back, moves, and clinches. He’ll throw a weak right hand, and then retreat to avoid being countered. We’ll likely see a lot of holding by Haney, and real boring stuff.

“We’ve seen Ryan make a lot of mistakes, and he gets very anxious. That’s for me to capitalize on. The world will see,” said Haney. “Ryan is going to come out wild and run into something early, and I’m going to hurt him early. The same thing with Regis.

Predicting an Early Knockout

“I think it’s going to be early because I know what fight plan he’s going to come with. I’ve studied him, and I know the mistakes that he makes,” said Haney, predicting a knockout.

It’s unlikely that Haney will knock out Ryan because he can’t punch, and he’d have to load up with everything he’s got to try and score a stoppage. To do that would be too risky for Haney.

“I want to make the biggest fights happen,” said Haney when asked who he wants to fight in his next two matches after Ryan. “We’ve got Teofimo Lopez. We’ve got Matias. Those are the top guys in the weight class right now, but we never know. It’s definitely got to make sense, but those are the guys that excite me,” said Haney.

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