“At Least They Ain’t Overcharging”: Fans Rip Gervonta Davis as He Mocks the $57 Ticket Price for Devin Haney vs Regis Prograis Fight

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In a highly-anticipated clash set to unfold at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California, Devin Haney and Regis Prograis are poised to experience a significant financial boost. They might be looking forward to landing one of the most substantial purses of their respective careers. The Californian boxer is eyeing the opportunity to become a two-weight world champion in this pivotal matchup.

However, Gervonta Davis has talked about the ticket price of the venue and stated that it’s no wonder the fight became a sellout. Davis wrote, “Tickets $57 dollars, it should be.” Even though Haney hasn’t fought Regis Prograis yet, Davis has started building up their contest already. Amidst that, ‘Tank’ doesn’t want to consider Haney as a bigger draw than him, while the fans looked at it differently.

In a post made by Michael Benson on X, he reported on the ongoing drama between Haney and Davis. And how Davis has responded to Haney-Prograis sold-out tickets, and the fans didn’t like the response.

One of the fans stated that Davis is jealous that Devin Haney has been able to sell more tickets than him.

Another fan talked about how it isn’t a sell-out but they did well with the promotion of this fight.

One fan stated that at least the fighters have not kept the ticket overpriced to fulfill their greed

A fan stated that Devin Haney is becoming bigger with every fight moving forward, and now he’s got everybody’s eyes on him.

An X user mentioned how the management had to open another section of the seats because the venue had been sold out twice too soon.

The fans are in support of Devin Haney when it comes to the pricing of the tickets, but it’s to be seen where the support would be when Haney and Davis will be meeting inside the ring. And it may happen soon since Haney is quite self-aware about the fight being one of the biggest events in history.

During an open workout at the Top Rank Gym, Devin Haney confidently identified Gervonta Davis as the fighter with whom he could generate the most significant earnings on the grandest stage. The former undisputed lightweight champion emphasized the unparalleled magnitude of a showdown between these two undefeated contemporaries.

This creates a certainty that a bout against Davis would surpass any other matchup in the sport. Haney said, “I think that’s the biggest fight in boxing, to be real. You know, we all know what kinda draw he is. You know, we know what kinda draw I’m becoming. And I think it’s a huge fight.” So, Haney knows that he’s getting there to become as big of a draw as Davis is.


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