Brooklyn is set to host a showdown between rivals as Devin Haney defends his WBC super lightweight title against Ryan Garcia on April 20th. The fight will be broadcast worldwide on DAZN PPV.

Haney and Garcia faced each other six times in amateur competition, with the series ending in a tie of 3-3. Starting from a young age of about ten, both fighters, now 25, took different paths in boxing only to reunite years later.

Haney achieved the undisputed lightweight championship by defeating George Kambosos Jr. in Australia. He then narrowly beat former lightweight champion Vasiliy Lomachenko and moved up in weight to claim victory against Regis Prograis, becoming a two-division champion.

Garcia gained popularity in the boxing world through social media and his quick hands. His notable victory came against Luke Campbell, while mental health issues and injuries delayed bigger fights. Garcia faced Gervonta Davis in April 2023, suffering a defeat after enduring brutal body shots.

WATCH: Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia, live on DAZN

This will be Garcia’s second fight for a potentially massive audience. Haney is prepared to face Garcia, and although the lead-up to the fight has been unusual, fans anticipate an exciting bout.

According to Bet MGM, Haney is the -800 favorite, with Garcia as the +550 underdog. Garcia’s questionable social media posts and mindset going into the fight may not be in his favor. Can he defy the odds and secure a significant upset at the Barclays Center?

The Sporting News highlights some unique and noteworthy prop bets for this super lightweight title fight.

Prop bets for Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia

1. Will the fight go the full 12 Rounds? (Yes: -200 per Bet MGM)

Garcia is known for his knockout power, with 20 wins by knockout. Haney, on the other hand, has 15 knockout wins and is recognized for his patience, which is a valuable asset in boxing.

Haney’s mastery in the ring is evident in his strategic counter punches and defensive skills, making it difficult for opponents to land significant shots. Garcia’s rapid punches, combined with his training under Derrick James, could provide an interesting dynamic in the fight.

While a knockout is possible, a fight going the distance seems likely.

2. Gone in 60 Seconds: Haney to win within 60 seconds (+12500 per Bet MGM)

Although this bet contradicts the first one, the promise of a quick win could lead to an unexpected outcome. Haney’s recent aggressiveness in his shots and a potential wager at stake could create an intense and short fight.

A quick fight with a surprising ending could be on the cards.

3. Final Judgement: Devin Haney by Unanimous Decision (-125 per Bet MGM)

Haney’s exceptional skills and statistics support his dominance in the ring.

Ranked sixth on the pound-for-pound list, Haney showcases superior ring IQ and precision in his punches, making him a formidable opponent. In comparison, Garcia seems to lack the same level of control and skill.

Despite Garcia’s distractions, Haney’s talent may prove to be the deciding factor in the fight.