Haney defeated Prograis to become the WBC champion. Results of all fights of the boxing evening

Boxing News 10 dec 2023, 02:27
Haney defeated Prograis to become the WBC champion. Results of all fights of the boxing evening Photo: DAZN Boxing Twitter/Author unknown

Last night in San Francisco, USA, a boxing event took place, headlined by the WBC super lightweight title fight between Americans Regis Prograis and Devin Haney.

As anticipated, at the outset of the bout, the fighters refrained from hastening events, sizing each other up instead. They stood at the center of the ring, exchanging jabs, occasionally testing each other's torsos. However, towards the end of the first round, Haney unleashed a series of blows. Although his opponent managed to evade them, Devin showed his determination to win.

Throughout the match, Haney's dominance in the ring was evident. Regis Prograis even experienced a knockdown in the third round.

The fight went the full twelve rounds, culminating in a unanimous decision by the judges in favor of Devin Haney (120-107, 120-107, 120-107), who successfully defended his championship belt.

DailySport has compiled the results of all the fights from the event card.

Boxing evening in San Francisco

  • For the vacant WBO Global super lightweight title: Liam Paro (24-0, 15 KO) secured a TKO victory in the 6th round against Montana Love (18-2-1, 9 KO). A highly competitive bout concluded in the sixth round, with Love taking an uppercut, hitting the canvas twice, leading to the referee stopping the contest.
  • For the IBF International lightweight title: Andy Cruz (2-0, 1 KO) achieved a TKO in the 3rd round against Giovanni Straffon (26-6-1, 19 KO). A forceful performance by Olympic champion Cruz led to the referee halting the fight early in the third round after punishing Straffon.
  • For the IBF world title in the lightest weight category: Miyo Yoshida (17-4, 0 KO) won by a unanimous decision over Ebanie Bridges (9-2, 4 KO) in 10 rounds. Yoshida confidently and practically unilaterally beat the champion, claiming the title with judges' scores of 99-91, 99-91, 97-93.
  • Eight rounds in the women's junior bantamweight division: Beatrice Ferreira (4-0, 2 KO) secured a TKO victory in the 8th round against Destiny Jones (5-2, 2 KO). Ferreira relentlessly battered Jones in the latter half of the fight, leading to a knockdown in the 7th round, prompting the doctor's advice for the referee to stop the bout.
  • Eight rounds in the middleweight division: Amari Jones (11-0, 10 KO) achieved a TKO victory in the 5th round against Kilisto Madera (14-5, 9 KO). Jones built a substantial advantage over Madera, compelling the referee to intervene and stop the fight in the 5th round.
  • Six rounds in the women's junior lightweight division: Shamar Canell (7-0, 4 KO) won by unanimous decision in 6 rounds against Jose Antonio Mesa (8-9, 2 KO). Canell knocked down Mesa in the decisive round and secured victory by the judges' unanimous decision, all scoring it 60-53.
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