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Prograis' Strength Coach Criticizes Devin Haney and Team's Approach

Devin Haney’s strategy in the boxing world has earned him some criticism from Regis Prograis’ strength and conditioning coach, Evins Tobler. Tobler sees Haney, his father Bill, and their team as opportunistic “vultures” who prey on struggling fighters. They seek out weakened opponents, capitalizing on their vulnerabilities.

Tobler points to Haney’s track record, where he faced and defeated fighters like George Kambosos Jr, Jorge Linares, Yuriorkis Gamboa, Joseph ‘JoJo’ Diaz, and Vasily Lomachenko, all of whom were perceived as less than their best at the time. In his eyes, Bill Haney analyzed Prograis’ last fight against Danielito Zorrilla and detected weaknesses that led them to choose a fight with Regis to attempt to dethrone him.

Devin Haney is set to challenge Prograis on December 9th in the main event, a DAZN PPV bout at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. Tobler believes that Haney might have made a mistake selecting Prograis as his opponent, as he anticipates a tough battle where running to victory won’t be an option.

Tobler emphasizes that Prograis needs to cut off the ring effectively and fight through clinches, as Haney has shown an ability to sneak in shots during these moments. He also highlights the importance of targeting power shots to Haney’s head, as the latter’s punch resistance has come into question in recent fights.

Nonstop pressure is another key element for Prograis, as allowing Haney to dictate the pace could lead to him gaining an advantage and boxing from a distance to secure rounds.

In essence, Prograis is gearing up for a war against Haney, and his team is determined to challenge the perceived opportunistic approach of their opponent. The fight promises to be a thrilling clash, with both fighters having their strengths and strategies to contend with.

has earned him some criticism from Regis Prograis’ strength and conditioning coach, Evins Tobler. Tobler sees Haney, his father Bill, and their team as opportunistic “vultures” who prey on struggling fighters. They seek out weakened opponents, capitalizing on their vulnerabilities.

Tobler points to Haney’s track record, where he faced and defeated fighters like George Kambosos Jr, Jorge Linares, Yuriorkis Gamboa, Joseph ‘JoJo’ Diaz, and Vasily Lomachenko, all of whom were perceived as less than their best at the time. In his eyes, Bill Haney analyzed Prograis’ last fight against Danielito Zorrilla and detected weaknesses that led them to choose a fight with Regis to attempt to dethrone him.

Devin Haney is set to challenge Prograis on December 9th in the main event, a DAZN PPV bout at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. Tobler believes that Haney might have made a mistake selecting Prograis as his opponent, as he anticipates a tough battle where running to victory won’t be an option.

Tobler emphasizes that Prograis needs to cut off the ring effectively and fight through clinches, as Haney has shown an ability to sneak in shots during these moments. He also highlights the importance of targeting power shots to Haney’s head, as the latter’s punch resistance has come into question in recent fights.

Nonstop pressure is another key element for Prograis, as allowing Haney to dictate the pace could lead to him gaining an advantage and boxing from a distance to secure rounds.

In essence, Prograis is gearing up for a war against Haney, and his team is determined to challenge the perceived opportunistic approach of their opponent. The fight promises to be a thrilling clash, with both fighters having their strengths and strategies to contend with.

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