Devin Haney To Ryan Garcia: “Don’t Mention My Name P*ssy”

Devin Haney Is Upset With Ryan Garcia

Devin Haney goes after Ryan Garcia for changing opponents
Devin Haney (L) is seriously upset with Ryan Garcia | Credit: Instagram (realdevinhaney) | Credit: Youtube

Haney’s Disappointed In Garcia Changing Course

WBC junior welterweight champion Devin “The Dream” Haney (31-0, 15KO) finds himself amid disappointment as popular contender “King” Ryan Garcia (24-1, 20KO) shifts his focus elsewhere.

With the arrival of the New Year, boxing fans received the first piece of significant bad news as Garcia will not be looking to fight Haney at the moment. Despite initial skepticism from boxing fans, Haney confirmed his rival’s genuine interest in making the fight happen.

The Dream was enthusiastic about making the fight and was on board with Golden Boy Promotions CEO Oscar De La Hoya in making it a reality.


It seems Garcia had a change of heart and has decided to revisit a fight with WBA champion Rolando instead.

“I’ve notified my team I’m going a different route. My intent now is to fight Rolando Romero. I pray my team backs me on this decision. Oscar make this fight happen. THAT’S THE MOVE. BIGGER FIGHT, BIGGER BUSINESS. #GarciaRomero.”

Ryan Garcia

Unhappy with the turn of events, Haney expressed his frustration with his arch-rival.

The Dream is coming off an impressive victory over two-time champion Regis Prograis. In addition, he is a top contender for the 2023 Fighter of the Year award.

The question looming now is what’s next for the WBC champion. With the Garcia fight off the table, Haney may explore a unification bout with IBF champion Subriel Matias. Alternatively, a fight with WBC number one contender Sandor Martin could be on the horizon.

There is a small silver lining. If Garcia secures the WBA title, a unification bout with Haney could take place in the future.

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Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."