Less than two weeks out from one of the most-talked about fights of 2024, Devin Haney is focused on the job at hand which is facing Ryan Garcia in New York on April 20.

Haney hosted a media day at the Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood on Friday, and the WBC super lightweight champion said preparations have been on point. 

“Camp has been amazing. I’m in the zone – always,” said Haney. “I’m obviously getting more adjusted to this new weight class – I am getting stronger, my mind is clear, I’m in the best shape physically, and I am just ready to go.

“Not having to go down the extra five pounds has been a tremendous help for me. I had been at 135 for a long time. At 140, it just feels so different. My performance against Regis Prograis showed that.”

Haney became undisputed at 135, and now reigns alongside Isaac “Pitbull” Cruz (WBA), Subriel Matias (IBF) and Teofimo Lopez (WBO) as a super lightweight champion.

The build-up to the Garcia fight has been unusual, given Garcia’s erratic behavior on social media, but Haney is keeping a level head and thinking only about boxing.

“At the end of the day, Ryan Garcia is going to say what he is going to say,” Haney said. “No matter what, I am going to do my job to be the very best Devin Haney I can be. Whichever version of Ryan shows up on April 20, I will be ready for him. 

“Ryan Garcia is just another opponent to me. I am in competition with greatness. That is why I train so hard, that is why I stay so disciplined.”