Devin Haney takes break from attacking Ryan Garcia to call out “hater” Floyd Mayweather

Haney thinks “Money May” is behind some of Garcia’s pre-fight tactics.

Devin Haney and Floyd Mayweather Jr. in 2019.

Devin Haney used to idolize Floyd Mayweather Jr. He wanted to tailor his game after “The Best Ever“, going so far as to use him as a mentor. But that relationship appears to have fully deteriorated and it hit rock bottom on Friday.

Ryan Garcia had shared footage of Haney getting pummeled by Gervonta “Tank” Davis during a sparring session. Despite Garcia admitting that Haney was only 17 at the time against the older Davis, the video has already circulated everywhere on social media.

Devin Haney calls Floyd Mayweather Jr a “bonafide hater”

Haney told Garcia to “eat a d**k” for releasing the video, but then took aim at Mayweather.

None of what Haney says would be too surprising if we delve a little bit deeper. Garcia recently spoke about Mayweather’s influence, and he seems to take what the legendary boxer says very seriously and into account.

Just a couple of days ago, Haney’s father, Bill, made a bold claim that a certain sparring session between Haney and Mayweather was a big reason why the then-40-year-old decided to walk away from boxing. Mayweather retired that same year after beating Conor McGregor.

We’re still 50 days away from Haney vs. Garcia, but it’s already been a chaotic start to the fight’s build-up.

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