Saturday’s worldwide broadcast of two lightweight contenders should make for a terrific show when rising star Devin Haney (26-0, 15 KOs) puts his WBC lightweight title belt on the line against interim titleholder and former champion Joseph Diaz Jr. (32-1-1, 15 KOs) at MGM Grand Garden Arena. Devin Haney vs JoJo Diaz Jr live stream, actual fight time, card, odds, TV and PPV cost, how to watch on DAZN Boxing (12/4/21)

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The spotlight will be on boxing’s star-studded lightweight division Saturday, Dec. 4 when Devin Haney and Joseph Diaz Jr. fight for the WBC lightweight title in Las Vegas.

The fights got underway starting at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET and the main event between Martin and Garcia should begin at around 8 p.m. PT/11 p.m. ET on Saturday, December 4. The event will be broadcast LIVE on DAZN. Fans without a current subscription can watch Devin Haney face Joseph Diaz Jr. and the other fights live online on DAZN for under $20.

Here’s a look at preview information, including the complete fight card, odds, schedule and more provided below as well as information about how you can watch the fights live online or on your TV.


Devin Haney (c) -600 vs. Joseph “JoJo” Diaz Jr. +425 — WBC lightweight title fight

Jessica McCaskill (c) -3100 vs. Kandi Wyatt +1200 — Women’s super lightweight fight

Filip Hrgovic -12500 vs. Emir Ahmatovic +1700 — Heavyweight fight

Montana Love -1500 vs. Carlos Diaz +850 — Super lightweight fight


What: Devin Haney (26-0, 15 KOs) faces Joseph Diaz Jr. (32-1-1, 15 KOs) in a lightweight title fight showdown.

When: Saturday, December 4


Fights begin at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET

Main event fight begins at roughly 8 p.m. PT/11 p.m. ET (this time is approximate and depends on how long, or shot the other bouts on the card last.)

Where: MGM Grand Arena | Las Vegas, Nevada

Watch the event live online: You can watch a live stream of the fights for less than $20 on DAZN (It’s just $19.99/month or $99.99/full year subscription, and you can cancel anytime.)

TV Channel: DAZN (This event is not available on traditional cable TV packages in the USA, only Pay Per View through select cable services providers. The fight is available through the DAZN streaming service. Here’s how to get DAZN on your TV.)

DAZN can be accessed through the DAZN app on your phone, tablet, computer, smart TV or on a regular television equipped with a Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Apple TV or other streaming device.

Is an annual DAZN subscription worth the money? It depends on how big a boxing fan you are, and what other sports are important to you. Our complete DAZN explanation guide should help you make an informed decision and help you find out how to get DAZN on your TV.

It’s been a busy few weeks for the lightweight division. Last weekend, George Kambosos shook up the boxing world with an upset win over Teofimo Lopez. On Sunday, Dec. 5, Gervonta Davis will take on Isaac Cruz on Showtime PPV (which you can watch via SlingTV). On Dec. 11, Vasiliy Lomachenko battles Richard Commey on ESPN.

The focus for Saturday, however, is Haney vs. Diaz for the former’s WBC title. The fight comes with some drama after Haney accused Diaz of trying to duck him in recent weeks.

Haney is No. 4 in ESPN’s lightweight rankings and coming off a career-defining win against Jorge Linares. Diaz, who is ranked No. 7 in the division, defeated a tough Javier Fortuna in July. Haney comes into Saturday’s showdown as a –700 favorite over at FanDuel Sportsbook, while Diaz is a +440 underdog.

It’s fight night in Las Vegas! The MGM Grand Garden Arena is hosting a lightweight championship bout that could set up an eventual unification bout for the division. WBC champ Devin Haney will put his title and undefeated record on the line when he faces Joseph “JoJo” Diaz.

Haney will look to continue his rise in the lightweight ranks. A win sets him up for a potential unification bout with new lightweight champ George Kambosos, Jr. Gervonta Davis is in the conversation as well, but Kambosos holds three of the major belts and Haney holds the fourth.

We’ll be providing results for the full card throughout the evening. The main card also features Jessica McCaskill putting her undisputed welterweight title on the line against Kandi Wyatt. McCaskill was going to fight Argentinian Victoria Bustos, but COVID-19 travel issues resulted in Wyatt replacing Bustos.

Devin Haney will clash with Joseph “JoJo” Diaz Jr. this Saturday, Dec. 4 in order to defend his WBC lightweight title.

DAZN notes that this bout against Diaz will be Haney’s (26-0, 15 KOs) fourth time defending his title. The San Francisco native has held the WBC belt since 2019 after defeating then-unified champion, Vasiliy Lomachenko.

“I do feel like his style will be tailor-made for me, there’s nothing he can do to win,” says Haney of his upcoming fight against Diaz. “He can’t outbox me, I’ll show him he can’t out bang me, I have the size advantage, all the tools to win.”

On the flip side of things, Diaz (32-1-1, 15 KOs) told NY Fights and other media outlets during a November media conference that he‘s “really looking forward” to fighting Haney. The boxer even expressed that he felt a lot stronger at the 135 pounds he is now than any other weight he’s been before.

“My strength and my endurance is what feels different at 135 pounds,” explains Diaz. “At 130 I was depleting my body, depleting my muscles, and not only that, it was just taking a lot out by trying to make my weight.

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