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How to watch Haney vs. Linares fight on Saturday, May 29th

Devin Haney returns to the ring Saturday night to fight Jorge Linares to defend his WBC lightweight title. We break down how to watch, odds, the full card, and more.

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Devin Haney trains during the Devin Haney Media Workout at Rathbone Boxing Club on September 27, 2019 in London, England. Photo by Jack Thomas/Getty Images

The lightweight division will be on display Saturday, May 29 at Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Devin Haney will put his WBC belt and undefeated record on the line against former three-division champ Jorge Linares. The main card for the fights starts at 8 p.m. and the main event will start in the 11 p.m. hour.

How to watch Devin Haney vs. Jorge Linares

Jorge Linares will challenge Devin Haney for his WBC lightweight title Saturday night. DAZN will broadcast the showdown. On DAZN, where you can sign up for a monthly or annual subscription. A monthly subscription is $19.99, while an annual subscription is $99.99. With a DAZN login, you can watch the fight on your computer, smart TV, Apple TV, Fire Stick, Xbox and PS4. You can also use your Android or Apple cell phone stream the Haney vs. Linares title fight using the DAZN app.

Ring walks for Haney vs. Linares are expected at around 11:15 p.m. ET on Saturday.

Fighter history

Haney is 25-0 and holds the WBC title. The Ring Magazine ranks him fourth among lightweights, with Teofimo Lopez currently The Ring’s champ. Haney won the WBC belt in September 2019 when he forced Zaur Abdullaev to retire after the fourth round. He has since successfully defended the title twice, most recently defeating Yuriorkis Gamboa by unanimous decision this past November.

Linares is 47-5 and a former champ at three divisions — featherweight, super featherweight, and lightweight. This is his first fight since February 2020. He knocked out Carlos Morales in the fourth round of the fight, which followed a September 2019 unanimous decision victory over Al Toyogon.

Linares has been working his way back after a stumble in which he lost the WBA and The Ring lightweight titles. He had claimed the two belts in a September 2016 unanimous decision victory over Anthony Crolla. Linares made three successful title defenses before suffering a 10th round TKO loss to Vasyl Lomachenko in May 2018. He knocked out Abner Cotto in the third round of his first bout after the loss, but then suffered a first round TKO loss to Pablo César Cano in January 2019.



Haney: -1430
Linares: +650

Moneyline 3-way

Haney: -1250
Linares: +700
Tie: +2000

Winning Method

Haney by KO, TKO, DQ: -200
Haney by points (after 12 rounds): +210
Haney by KO, TKO, DQ: +1100
Tie: +2000
Haney by points (after 12 rounds): +2200

Full card

  • Main event: Devin Haney vs. Jorge Linares — Haney’s WBC Lightweight title
  • Chantelle Cameron vs. Melissa Hernandez — Cameron’s WBC Women’s Junior Welterweight title
  • Jason Quigley vs. Shane Mosley Jr. — Middleweight
  • Martin Joseph Ward vs. Azinga Fuzile — IBF Junior Lightweight eliminator
  • Jason Quigley vs. Shane Mosley Jr. — Middleweight
  • Khalil Coe vs. Nathaniel Tadd — Light Heavyweight
  • Reshat Mati vs. Gilberto Espinoza Zarata — Welterweight
  • Ramla Ali vs. Mikayla Nebel — Women’s Super Bantamweight