Devin Haney vs Regis Prograis Complete Undercard

On Saturday 09 December 2023, Devin Haney vs Regis Prograis for the WBC World Super Lightweight title headlines a 7 fight card airing live on DAZN. The show is being held at the Chase Center in San Francisco USA, and the card is promoted by Matchroom Boxing.

There’s a further world title bout on the undercard as Ebanie Bridges defends her IBF title against Miyo Yoshida. Liam Paro takes on Montana Love for the Global title.

Unbeaten sensation Andy Cruz is defending his IBF International title that he won on his debut, and competing professional for just the second time.

Olympic 2020 Gold medallist Beatriz Ferreira is also in action in the earlier portion of the undercard.

Here is the full undercard for the event:

Regis Prograis vs Devin Haney

Liam Paro vs Montana Love

Ebanie Bridges vs Miyo Yoshida

Andy Cruz vs Jovanni Staffon

Beatriz Ferreira vs Destiny Jones

Amari Jones vs Quilisto Madera

Shamar Canal vs Jose Meza

Liam Paro vs Montana Love

Unbeaten Australian and long-reigning WBO Global champion Liam Paro is defending his belt against America Montana Love.

Montana Love is returning for the first time since his DQ loss to Stevie Spark last year, the only loss of his career. Love was knocked down earlier in that fight, and was also knocked down in his previous 2 contests despite going on to win.

Unbeaten Liam Paro will enter the contest as a favourite, having fought competition of this level repeatedly when defending his belt. Paro has been as inactive as Montana Love though, neither have competed in 2023, and it may prove to be a battle of who has the least ring rust.

Liam Paro vs Montana Love

Ebanie Bridges vs Miyo Yoshida

Blonde Bomber Ebanie Bridges defends her IBF Bantamweight crown against late-notice replacement Miyo Yoshida. Bridges have been due to face fellow Aussie Avril Mathie until she pulled out with injury.

After the Mathie bout had been scrapped, Bridges was left scrambling for new opposition with other mooted bouts also falling through.

Yoshida is taking a step up in competition as she competed just last month. Yoshida lost a wide points decision to Shurretta Metcalf for the Inter-Continental Bantamweight title on 07 November, and has just over a month to recover and rebuild from the loss.

Ebanie Bridges enters the bout 9-1, with a sole blemish being a loss to Shannon Courtenay in 2021. Miyo Yoshida holds a record of 16-4, and is a former WBO World champion. Two of those losses came as part of a trilogy against Tamao Ozawa in Japan.

Ebanie Bridges vs Miyo Yoshida

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