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Haney vs. Garcia Set to Shake Brooklyn's Barclays Center"

In a surprising twist, the highly anticipated clash between Devin Haney and Ryan Garcia has found a new home at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, as announced by Oscar De La Hoya. Despite the change in venue, the bout is still locked in for April 20, maintaining the excitement for fans eager to witness this explosive showdown.

Devin Haney, with an unblemished record of 31-0 and 15 knockouts, is gearing up to defend his WBC super lightweight title for the first time. His dominant victory over Regis Prograis in San Francisco set the stage for this upcoming battle. On the other side, Ryan Garcia (24-1, 20 KO) is stepping into his maiden world title fight, fresh off a decisive win against Oscar Duarte in Houston, marking a rebound from his 2023 loss to Gervonta “Tank” Davis.

Originally slated for Las Vegas, the venue change to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center adds an extra layer of intrigue to the matchup. The shift was attributed to a lack of a suitable venue on the initial date, an unexpected hiccup that hasn’t deterred the fighters or fans.

Oscar De La Hoya Says Ryan Garcia v Devin Haney 4/20 In Brooklyn at Barclays Center - NY FIGHTS

While speculation surrounds the possibility of a DAZN pay-per-view, the company has maintained a strategic approach, refraining from early pay-per-view announcements. The technicality lies in the fight’s availability on DAZN in most international markets, preserving the claim of being “live worldwide on DAZN,” a detail that adds a touch of the typical unpredictability associated with the sport of boxing.

As the boxing world anticipates this clash of titans, the shift to Brooklyn injects a fresh energy into the matchup, promising an unforgettable night at the Barclays Center.

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