“Stop that sh*t…” Regis Prograis reveals that Devin Haney has no supporters in San Francisco

Regis Prograis revealed that San Francisco is not Devin Haney’s hometown and spoke about who has more fans in the city.


“Stop that sh*t…” Regis Prograis reveals that Devin Haney has no supporters in San Francisco

Devin Haney and Regis Prograis (image credit- Bleacher Report, Millions)

Devin Haney will move up a weight class to take on Regis Prograis on December 9. Prograis will defend his WBC World Super Lightweight belt at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. The two have talked plenty of trash in the lead-up to the fight. Subsequently, Prograis recently shed light on Haney’s childhood roots in San Francisco and his support for the city.

Regis has made his name in boxing not just by punching but by speaking his mind. Furthermore, he didn’t hold back this time by stating that Devin Haney was not actually from San Francisco. Haney once stated that he was born and brought up in San Francisco and had deep-rooted ties to it. However, in a recent interview, Prograis quickly shot back that he wasn’t from the Bay Area in California. Furthermore, Prograis stated:

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Stop that sh*t. Devin lived here till he was seven. He’s from Henderson, Nevada.
Regis Prograis on Devin Haney’s association with San Francisco

Hence, Prograis clarified that Haney only lived in San Francisco until he was seven years old. Subsequently, Haney lived in Henderson, Nevada, and was from there instead of San Francisco. Furthermore, Prograis stated that he was from New Orleans but grew up in San Francisco. While Prograis is immensely proud of his roots in New Orleans, he has embraced his time in San Francisco.

In addition, Prograis disagreed that he would compete in Haney’s hometown and stated that it was the other way around. Subsequently, Prograis believed that he had more fans in the city than Haney.

Devin Haney reveals his physical condition for the upcoming bout

On December 9th, Haney is set to take on Prograis at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. In addition, the highly anticipated bout will be for the WBC’s super lightweight title, which Prograis currently holds.

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Ryan Garcia, Jake Paul, Shakur Stevenson Devin Haney Regis Prograis
Devin Haney (image credit- Marca)

Furthermore, Haney has worked hard in the gym to prepare for his opponent, and he’s not shying away from showing off his form. In his latest Instagram post, ‘The Dream’ showed off his training routine, but it’s the image of Haney’s muscular body that really caught everyone’s attention. Subsequently, Haney also mentioned that moving up a weight class has been great for him even though he had to vacate his lightweight belts.

Haney also stated that he could eat properly, stay hydrated, and felt very strong physically. Hence, Haney was satisfied after moving up a weight class and wanted to show the world what he could do in the new division.

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