Fight Week, Day 2: Devin Haney vs JoJo Diaz – Press Conference (Behind The Scenes)

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The talking is done! Devin Haney and JoJo Diaz go head to head at the final press conference in Las Vegas. Unified Champ George Kambosos jets in for a scouting mission and more! #HaneyDiazJr #DevinHaney #GeorgeKambosos

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