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Devin Haney Record

Total Fights30
Title Wins4
Title Defenses7
Title-Fight KOs0
KO Wins15
KO Losses0
Devin Haney Record & Stats
San Francisco, California, U.S.
“The Dream”
Nov 17, 1998
Dec 11, 2015
Title Fights
15 (50%)
175 cm
180 cm
Ape Index
5 cm
Last Fight
Next Fight
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Devin Haney's Record
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      What is Devin Haney's record?

      Seven years and five months into his professional boxing career, Devin Haney has fought 30 times with 30 wins and no losses.

      Haney's boxing record is currently an undefeated 30-0, which includes one world-championship elevation, four world-title wins, and seven successful title defense fights at the lightweight weight division. He has a 50% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 15 of his total 30 fights being knockout wins.

      His latest fight was a 12-round unanimous decision victory over Vasiliy Lomachenko on May 20, 2023. Haney successfully defended the undisputed lightweight championship in this fight.

      Haney is next scheduled to fight Regis Prograis on December 9, 2023 at the Chase Center, San Francisco, California, U.S. Haney will be fighting for the super-lightweight WBC title.

      Some of Haney's best fights and notable victories include wins over George Kambosos Jr., Vasiliy Lomachenko, Joseph Diaz, Zaur Abdullaev, Alfredo Santiago, Jorge Linares, and Juan Carlos Burgos.

      31Dec 9, 202325Regis PrograisNA *NA
      30May 20, 202324Vasiliy LomachenkoWin *UD
      29Oct 16, 202223George Kambosos Jr.Win *UD
      28Jun 5, 202223George Kambosos Jr.Win *UD
      27Dec 4, 202123Joseph DiazWin *UD
      26May 29, 202122Jorge LinaresWin *UD
      25Nov 7, 202021Yuriorkis GamboaWin *UD
      24Nov 9, 201920Alfredo SantiagoWin *UD
      23Sep 13, 201920Zaur AbdullaevWinRTD4
      22May 25, 201920Antonio MoranWinKO7
      21Jan 11, 201920Xolisani NdongeniWinUD
      20Sep 28, 201819Juan Carlos BurgosWinUD
      19May 11, 201819Mason MenardWinRTD9
      18Nov 4, 201718Hamza SempewoWinTKO5
      17Sep 22, 201718Enrique TinocoWinUD
      16Jun 24, 201718Miguel Angel Perez AispuroWinKO5
      15Apr 15, 201718Hector GarciaWinUD
      14Mar 4, 201718Maximino ToalaWinTKO4
      13Jan 28, 201718Daniel Armando ValenzuelaWinKO2
      12Jan 12, 201718Odilon Rivera MezaWinTKO1
      11Oct 21, 201617Carlos Antonio AvilaWinTKO5
      10Sep 15, 201617Mike FowlerWinTKO5
      9Aug 27, 201617Carlos CastilloWinUD
      8Aug 12, 201617Javier MerazWinTKO2
      7Jun 25, 201617Clay BurnsWinUD
      6May 21, 201617Jairo Fernandez VargasWinTKO4
      5Apr 9, 201617Rafael VazquezWinUD
      4Mar 19, 201617Roman MelendezWinTKO1
      3Feb 20, 201617Jorge Edgar SillasWinUD
      2Dec 18, 201517Jose IniguezWinTKO1
      1Dec 11, 201517Gonzalo LopezWinTKO1

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Devin Haney (The Dream) is a 25-year old American professional boxer. He was born in San Francisco, California, U.S. on November 17, 1998. He is a former lightweight world champion.

      Haney made his professional boxing debut against Gonzalo Lopez at the age of 17 on December 11, 2015, defeating Lopez via 1st round TKO.

      He got elevated as the lightweight world WBC champion at the age of 20 after 23 professional fights, and had his first title defense fight against Alfredo Santiago on November 9, 2019, and won via 12 round unanimous decision.

      Devin Haney is a one-time undisputed lightweight world champion, and has won four world titles at lightweight. He was elevated as world champion once. For all the details about Haney's world title wins and defenses refer to "Devin Haney World Titles".

      Haney has never lost a fight in his professional boxing career so far.

      His most recent fight was a lightweight undisputed championship title defense against Ukrainian boxer Vasiliy Lomachenko on May 20, 2023. Haney won the fight via 12 round unanimous decision, and successfully defended his undisputed title. It's been 6 months and 19 days since this fight.

      For a very detailed list Haney's fights refer to "All of Devin Haney's fights".


      Haney has fought a total of 30 times till today, which includes 7 world-title fights at the lightweight division. He has put on some very good performances in these fights. These six fights are the highlight of his career.

      • September 13, 2019: Devin Haney puts on the first remarkable performance of his career, defeating Zaur Abdullaev via 4th round RTD.

      • November 9, 2019: Haney gets elevated as the WBC lightweight champion and has his first world-title fight, and successfully defends the title against Alfredo Santiago winning the fight via 12 round unanimous decision.

      • December 4, 2021: Haney successfully defends the WBC lightweight title against Joseph Diaz, winning the fight via 12 round unanimous decision.

      • June 5, 2022: Haney becomes the undisputed lightweight world champion by defeating George Kambosos Jr. via 12 round unanimous decision. He now holds the WBC, WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and The Ring lightweight world-champion belts.

      • October 16, 2022: Haney successfully defends the WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring lightweight titles against George Kambosos Jr., winning the fight via 12 round unanimous decision.

      • May 20, 2023: Haney successfully defends the WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring lightweight titles against Vasiliy Lomachenko, winning the fight via 12 round unanimous decision.

      World Titles

      Haney is a lightweight world champion. He has held five world titles at the lightweight weight division, one of which was a championship elevation, and the rest four were lineal championship wins.

      Weight DivisionWorld Titles Held
      LightweightWBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, The Ring
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