Devin Haney vs Yuriorkis Gamboa: fight date, start time, how to...

Devin Haney vs Yuriorkis Gamboa: fight date, start time, how to...
Devin Haney vs Yuriorkis Gamboa: fight date, start time, how to...
Currently, the lightweight division is on fire, and Teofimo Lopez Jr. and Gervonta Davis have achieved great success in the past few weeks. Now it’s time for another rising star in the 135-pound weight class to make a statement as Devin Haney beats former featherweight champion Yuriorkis Gamboa on Saturday from Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & the WBC title puts at stake. Casino Hollywood, Florida.

Haney (24-0 15 KOs) stepped back into the ring for the first time since November 2019 when he defeated Alfredo Santiago to successfully defend his championship for the first time on the Logan Paul KSI card. After the fight, Haney had surgery on his right shoulder. Haney had targeted bouts with Adrien Broner and Gary Russell Jr., but Gamboa was the one ready to step on the plate and challenge the 21-year-old. Haney knows Gamboa went through the buzz with some of the best the sport has to offer.

“Yuriokis Gamboa is a dangerous and experienced fighter,” said Haney. “He’s a former world champion and he’s been with some of the best in the ring. He injured Terence Crawford with a big shot so his power cannot be ignored. He defeated Orlando Salido who defeated Vasiliy Lomachenko. Less than a year ago he brought Gervonta Davis into the 12th round, which nobody has been able to do before. Gamboa is a true warrior and I don’t take him lightly. I named all of the top names and finally found someone to challenge me for my title. I intend to make a statement in this fight. My hunger is on another level. It’s time to show the world who the best fighter in boxing is and that’s me! ”

Without question, Gamboa (30-3 18 KOs) is Haney’s toughest date to date. The Cuban is a 2004 Olympic gold medalist and stood pound for pound against the great Crawford and Davis. At the beginning of his TKO loss to Davis in the 12th round, Gamboa suffered an Achilles tear and fought to the end. After the fight, Gamboa underwent surgery to repair the injury. Gamboa gets his third chance to become a two weight world champion and knows this could be the last time he gets a jump into gold.

“I am very grateful to God that he allowed this fight and that he healed my Achilles,” said Gamboa. “Since becoming an amateur in Cuba, I’ve dreamed and wanted to fight for the WBC Green Belt. I am ready and determined to win this title for my fans and prove those who wrote me off as a stranded fighter. I fell short against Davis in the second round because of my Achilles, but I fought on one foot for the rest of the fight and injured him in the middle round. You will see a healthy gamboa fight with both my legs, fists and my warrior heart. With God’s blessing, I will emerge victorious on November 7th. ”

Can Haney face the opportunity and do a spectacular job to keep himself talking to lightweight? Will Gamboa be able to show that he has more in the gas tank?

Here is a complete guide to the Haney vs. Gamboa.

When is Devin Haney against Yuriorkis Gamboa?

  • Date: Saturday 7th November 2020
  • Time: 8 pm ET

The Haney vs. Gamboa begins on Saturday at 8 p.m. ET. Haney and Gamboa are expected to do their ring walks around 11 p.m. ET, but the time will depend on the length of previous bouts.

Haney vs. Gamboa TV, Live Stream: As you can see

The battle between Haney and Gamboa is not available through traditional pay-per-view or a linear television channel. Boxing fans can instead sign up to watch the fight online at DAZN, the global live sports streaming service. DAZN is available in the United States, Canada, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Japan, Italy, Spain and Brazil and will be expanded to more than 200 countries and territories in December.

DAZN can be streamed on a variety of platforms including Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Apple iOS, Android, Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Playstation 3, many smart TVs as well as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari Browser via

What does the fight between Haney and Gamboa cost?

New DAZN subscribers can sign up for a monthly subscription or an annual pass to watch the fight. The pricing options vary by region. In the US, the annual pass, which includes access to all of DAZN’s live events, highlights, behind-the-scenes features, and original shows, is $ 99.99. Those who prefer a monthly plan can sign up for $ 19.99.

For current subscribers, the fight is already part of your plan.

Where’s the fight between Haney and Gamboa?

The match between Haney and Gamboa takes place on Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.

This is the first time Haney has competed at the venue while Gamboa competes at Hard Rock Live for the second time. In his first fight in the USA in October 2007, Gamboa defeated Adailton de Jesus via TKO in the sixth round.

Devin Haney record and bio

  • Name: Devin Haney
  • Nationality: American
  • Born: 17. November 1998
  • Height: 5-8
  • To reach: 71 in
  • Total fights: 24
  • Recording: 24-0 with 15 eliminations

Yuriorkis Gamboa record and bio

  • Name: Yuriorkis Gamboa
  • Nationality: Cuban
  • Born: 23rd December 1981
  • Height: 5-5 ½
  • To reach: 65 inches
  • Total fights: 33
  • Recording: 30-3 mit 18 Knockouts

Haney vs. Gamboa battle card

  • Devin Haney versus Yuriorkis Gamboa for Haney’s WBC lightweight title
  • Filip Hrgovic versus Rydell Booker; Heavyweight
  • Zhilei Zhang versus Devin Vargas; Heavyweight
  • Reshat Mati gegen Marcos Mojica; Welterweight
  • Raymond Ford versus Rafael Reyes; Featherweight
  • Darren Cunningham versus Juan Gabriel Medina; Junior featherweight
  • Arthur Biyarslanov gegen Juan Jose Martinez

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