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Devin Haney's Strategic Moves Eyes Boxing Throne, Garcia Bout Set, Davis Deal Stalls

In the dynamic world of boxing, Devin Haney, the WBC light welterweight champion, is making strategic moves to ascend to the throne as ‘The Face of Boxing.’ His upcoming bout against Ryan Garcia on April 20th in Las Vegas, showcased on DAZN, is seen as a key chess move in this grand strategy.

Haney’s father and manager, Bill Haney, envisions this clash with Garcia (24-1, 20 KOs) as a stepping stone toward boxing supremacy. The plan includes not only defending the WBC title but orchestrating a showdown against Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis to potentially dethrone him as the current ‘Face of Boxing.’

Bill Haney is confident that Devin will “massacre” Ryan Garcia, setting the stage for a clash with Tank Davis. However, the challenge lies not only in winning but in Haney’s ability to draw significant pay-per-view buys, a crucial factor in becoming the face of the sport.

Despite Bill’s aspirations, some question whether facing Ryan Garcia, while undoubtedly popular, is enough to elevate Haney’s status. The chessboard of boxing demands more formidable opponents, with suggestions including IBF 140-lb champion Subriel Matias, Shakur Stevenson, or Jaron Ennis.

Negotiations for the Davis fight hit a roadblock, revealing an interesting twist. Bill Haney claims the snag came when Gervonta Davis requested a couple of Ferraris. Although attempts were made to navigate the situation, including Bill asking about the preferred color of the cars, negotiations fell apart when it was decided that only gloves would be sent to Davis’ team.

While the Garcia bout is on the horizon, the uncertainty around the Davis clash leaves Haney’s path to boxing stardom in a state of flux. Fans eagerly await these strategic moves, recognizing that the chessboard of boxing is ever-evolving.

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