Devin Haney Vs. Ryan Garcia Odds: Betting Line Jumps After Weigh-In Miss

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Boxing Odds: Ryan Garcia Betting Line Jumps After Weigh-In Miss

Betting odds for Ryan Garcia’s fight with WBC super lightweight champion Devin Haney on Saturday night in Brooklyn have shifted significantly as the bout draws closer. After opening at around +315 on many sportsbooks, the underdog odds on Garcia moved all the way to +600 after he came in 3.2 pounds over weight during Friday’s weigh-in. Haney is now a -1000 favorite according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

Below, we’ll look at full betting odds for Haney vs. Garcia. You can also check out more boxing odds and information.

Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia odds

Devin Haney (-1000) vs. Ryan Garcia (+600)

Haney (31-0, 15 KOs) was always going to be a considerable favorite in this fight, especially after brilliant technical performances in his recent decision wins over Regis Prograis, Vasiliy Lomachenko, and George Kambosos Jr. He can often pick opponents apart with his hand speed alone, and his excellent footwork keeps him out of trouble and helps him avoid the kinds of brawls opponents sometimes try to draw him into.

Garcia (24-1, 20 KOs) has mostly made headlines with his erratic behavior and controversial social media posts of late. He’s talked openly in the past about mental health struggles, and some of his actions in the lead-up to this fight have prompted people to wonder about his focus and readiness for this fight. Garcia’s odds to win moved in accordance with those concerns, quickly going from +315 to over +500 as his public behavior became odder. After he showed up to weigh-ins at 143.2 pounds — 3.2 pounds over the limit — the underdog odds on Garcia shifted again.

Haney vs. Garcia prop bet odds

Haney has a reputation as a fighter who relies on the judges, and he hasn’t finished a fight inside the distance since 2019. Garcia showed off a lot of knockout power in lower weight classes but also suffered his first career defeat almost exactly a year ago, when a body shot by Gervonta Davis put him down for the count. Including that fight, Garcia has won five of his last seven via knockout.

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