- Boxing odds are live for Devin Haney -450 vs Regis Prograis +310.
- Devin Haney strives for dual World Champion status, while Regis Prograis of New Orleans defends his WBC World Super-Lightweight title.
- See the latest Haney vs Prograis betting props and predictions for this Dec 9. clash.
Current undisputed lightweight champ Devin Haney is set to take on Regis Prograis in a super-lightweight world title clash.
This highly anticipated bout is scheduled to take place at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California, on Saturday, December 9, 2023. The fight will be available for viewers on DAZN Pay-Per-View (PPV) in North America and DAZN worldwide.
Let’s get right into the betting odds and props for Haney vs Prograis!
Haney vs Prograis Odds
Devin Haney opens as a -450 favorite, against Regis Prograis as a +310 underdog. That’s an implied win probability of 81.8% for “The Dream” who aims to become a two weight world champion by defeating Prograis. If you this Prograis can upset the odds here, a $100 bet could net $310 profit on the underdog here.
Haney vs Prograis Props
The odds suggest that Devin Haney is the favorite to win the fight, with implied probabilities ranging from approximately 69.2% to 81.8%. This is based on the various methods of victory (decision, TKO/KO or DQ) and the overall outcome.
Most Likely Outcome: Haney winning by decision is the most likely outcome according to the odds.
Least Likely Outcome: The least likely outcome appears to be a draw, with implied probabilities ranging from around 5.3% to 9.1%.
Implied Probability: The odds for specific round outcomes indicate that early rounds (1-3) are less likely, with higher implied probabilities for later rounds.
Most Likely Outcome: Haney winning by decision or Prograis winning in the later rounds (7-12) are considered the most likely outcomes.
Least Likely Outcome: A win in the first few rounds (1-3) for either fighter is the least likely scenario.
Fight to Go the Distance: The odds heavily favor the fight going the distance, with implied probabilities ranging from approximately 90.9% to 91.8%.
Most Likely Outcome: The most likely outcome is that the fight goes to a decision, with Haney winning.
Least Likely Outcome: The least likely outcome is that the fight doesn’t go to a decision, with implied probabilities around 8.2% to 9.1%.
Odds strongly suggest that the fight will go beyond 5.5 rounds, with implied probabilities ranging from around 90.9% to 99.0%.
Most Likely Outcome: The most likely outcome is that the fight goes over 8.5 rounds.
Least Likely Outcome: The least likely outcome is the fight ending under 5.5 rounds, with implied probabilities around 1.0%.
The odds for knockdown-related outcomes vary, with implied probabilities ranging from approximately 15.4% to 33.3%.
Most Likely Outcome: The most likely outcome is that neither fighter is knocked down.
Least Likely Outcome: The least likely outcome is both fighters being knocked down, with implied probabilities around 5.9% to 6.3%.
Devin Haney vs Regis Prograis Prediction
This fight makes Regis Prograis second title defend of WBC title. Following a successful defense against Danielito Zorrilla in his hometown of New Orleans in April 2023.
In November, the ‘Rougarou’ secured his two-time green and gold belt status with an 11th-round knockout victory over Jose Zepeda in Carson, California. Now, at 34 years old, he returns to The Golden State to face the former undisputed Lightweight champion.
On the flip side the betting favorite Devin Haney makes a return to his Bay Area roots in his pursuit of becoming a two-weight World champion. He’s moving up from the 135lbs division after achieving undisputed status by defeating George Kambosos Jr in Australia in June 2022.
Haney successfully defended his crown twice, first in a rematch Down Under in October and then against the modern-day legend Vasiliy Lomachenko in Las Vegas in May. Now, the 24-year-old San Francisco native aims to make history in his first fight on his home turf.
Haney’s skillset and youth thus far has worked in his favor against tough younger opponents such as George Kambosos Jr and Joey Diaz Jr, while showing maturity with wins over Loma and Linares.
Prograis has reached a world-class level in his career, currently holding the WBC light welterweight title. However, the level of competition he has faced hasn’t been as high as Haney’s. I anticipate that Haney’s exceptional work rate will become evident, allowing him to accumulate rounds on the judges’ scorecards from the early stages of the fight and gain momentum.
It’s evident that Prograis may be showing signs of aging. When facing opponents who require him to close the gap, Prograis often encounters difficulties. Haney, on the other hand, possesses exceptional footwork that significantly bolsters his boxing prowess.
In the world of boxing, matchups are everything, and from a stylistic perspective, it’s clear that Haney presents a formidable challenge for Prograis. Despite Prograis’s track record as a world-class fighter, his skill set doesn’t seem to mesh favorably with Haney’s.
Haney’s ability to outbox him, combined with his skill in altering the tempo and range of the fight, not to mention his terrific jab, all point to a stylistic disadvantage for Prograis. It appears unlikely that he will emerge victorious in such a matchup.
Betting Pick: Haney