Haney Slams Stevenson For Complaining – ‘Stop Crying To The WBC’

Devin Haney has hit back at Shakur Stevenson following the latter’s comments about him wanting to keep his WBC belt at 135 and still move up to 140. 

Haney had reportedly contacted the WBC to see if that could happen, as he gets ready for a potential fight with Regis Prograis at 140 for his WBC junior welterweight belt.

Such a move would require Haney to become the franchise champion at 135. However, that has not aided Shakur’s aspirations for belts at 135.

‘Sugar Shakur’ is the WBC mandatory and has also written to the WBO in an attempt to fight for two of Haney’s belts. Therefore, Stevenson’s future hinges on the WBC’s next steps. 

In addition, Shakur and Haney have been trading verbal shots on social media about a recent fight offer that was made.

Haney offered Stevenson 25 percent for a fight, which was turned down. Stevenson alleged that the offer did not reflect his true value.

However, the star is willing to take it if Haney were to bet his purse on the fight, as both fighters fired shots. 


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