Unified lightweight champion Devin Haney will put all four of his title belts on the line against former champ Vasiliy Lomachenko on Saturday night in Las Vegas. Legal US sportsbooks have released odds and betting lines on the pay-per-view boxing match from the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Below, we’ll look at some of the best odds on the main event fight, as well as lines on various prop bets.
Best odds for Haney vs Lomachenko
All odds in this article are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook
Haney (29-0, 15 KO) opened as high as a -300 favorite with some sportsbooks, and not without reason. His back-to-back wins over George Kambosos Jr. proved he’s an elite boxer. His speed, footwork and sharp jab all make for a formidable combination. A somewhat risk-averse style doesn’t exactly lend itself to the most exciting of slugfests, but it is smart and largely dependable. Haney is hard to hit if opponents aren’t willing to open themselves up and take some chances just to touch him, and he has never chased the knockout to his own peril. That may lead to a lot of decisions, but so far it’s also led to nothing but wins.
Lomachenko (17-2, 11 KO) turned pro relatively late in life, after an excellent amateur career that included two Olympic gold medals for Ukraine. But at 35, Lomachenko has started to slow down just a bit. He still has an amazing ability to cut angles and seemingly materialize next to opponents, especially when he can walk them into the ropes. His unanimous decision loss to Teofimo Lopez in 2020 cost him his lightweight titles, but he’s since won three straight to earn this shot.
Prop bet odds for Haney vs Lomachenko
- Total rounds: Over 10.5 (-600), under 10.5 (+370)
- Fight to go the distance: Yes (-500), no (+330)
- Exact fight outcome: Unanimous decision (-145), split decision (+380), TKO (+500)
- Either fighter to be knocked down: Yes (+330), no (-550)
Boxing prop bets are an alternative way to place wagers on a match. Haney’s last six bouts have gone the distance, with all of them ending in unanimous decision wins. Lomachenko has gone the distance in four of his last five, with one ninth-round TKO in 2021. Lomachenko was knocked down for the first time in his pro career by Jorge Linares in 2018. Haney has never been knocked down as a pro, but Linares did stagger him with a good punch in 2021. All 14 of Haney’s decision wins were unanimous.
Round props for Haney vs Lomachenko
- Haney to win in Round 1 (+10000)
- Haney to win in Round 2 (+10000)
- Haney to win in Round 3 (+8000)
- Haney to win in Round 4 (+6500)
- Haney to win in Round 5 (+5000)
- Haney to win in Round 6 (+4000)
- Haney to win in Round 7 (+3500)
- Haney to win in Round 8 (+3500)
- Haney to win in Round 9 (+3500)
- Haney to win in Round 10 (+3500)
- Haney to win in Round 11 (+3500)
- Haney to win in Round 12 (+4000)
- Lomachenko to win in Round 1 (+10000)
- Lomachenko to win in Round 2 (+10000)
- Lomachenko to win in Round 3 (+10000)
- Lomachenko to win in Round 4 (+8000)
- Lomachenko to win in Round 5 (+6500)
- Lomachenko to win in Round 6 (+6500)
- Lomachenko to win in Round 7 (+6500)
- Lomachenko to win in Round 8 (+6500)
- Lomachenko to win in Round 9 (+6500)
- Lomachenko to win in Round 10 (+6500)
- Lomachenko to win in Round 11 (+6500)
- Lomachenko to win in Round 12 (+8000)
Haney has four first-round stoppage wins as a pro, but three came very early in his career, and the most recent was in 2017. Lomachenko has five stoppage wins in the ninth round or later. Neither fighter has ever been stopped inside the distance as a professional.
How to watch Haney vs Lomachenko
Date: Saturday, May 20
Channel: ESPN+ pay-per-view
Time: 8 p.m. ET (main event ring walks to begin at approximately 11 p.m. ET)