WBC junior welterweight champion Regis Prograis (pictured) has named the three reasons he will beat world lightweight champion Devin Haney this Saturday. The two fighters meet this Saturday, live on DAZN. Speaking to DAZN, the 140-pound champion gave an interview ahead of his flight against the unbeaten Haney - who has moved up from lightweight in pursuit of another belt. Prograis is a two-time champion at junior welterweight, and brings plenty of experience into the fight in San Francisco, which is shown on DAZN and DAZN pay-per-view. "The three reasons I will beat Devin Haney are because I'm cut from a different cloth," Prograis told DAZN. "Physically I'm too much and another reason is I'm not losing my belt, I'm keeping my belt."
Prograis also said that he believes people underestimate him and think he is ignorant because of his "accent, tattoos and culture". He continued, "I feel like I'm smart and intelligent, I read more books and know more than most people," said Prograis. "People misinterpret how I am just because of the way I talk."