Abraham Nova is a busy man. He’s doing his best to remain focused on several tasks, including beating O’Shaquie Foster and of course, becoming a world champion.

The 30-year-old loves scouting the 130-pound competition but he’s also a huge fan of the sport overall. The boxing world is full of talent and mouthwatering matchups. Probably at the top of the list of fights that have already been made is Devin Haney vs. Ryan Garcia.

Officially, the two will get it on in the main event slot on DAZN pay-per-view on April 20th. According to most who study and watch the sport, Haney has a clear edge. Maybe it’s his undefeated record, the WBC title wrapped around his waist, or the pound-for-pound worthy skills. Whatever the reasoning behind Haney’s supporters, Nova has a hard time understanding it. He’s spent most of his life around the sport, following the ins and outs. And, from his point of view, there’s no way Garcia doesn’t come out on top in that matchup.

“Ryan Garcia all day,” Nova told BoxingScene.com. “He’s gonna win.”

Blessed with fast hands and enormous talent, Garcia’s skills are seldomly denied. His heart, on the other hand, is ostensibly questionable.

After begging and pleading with Gervonta Davis to give him a chance, once they officially came to an agreement, Garcia promised to knock his man out quick, fast, and in a hurry. But, once Davis sent him to the canvas in the second round, it was an uphill climb.

In the seventh, it was curtains for Garcia. Initially, Davis’ body shot didn’t seem like some pernicious blow. However, Garcia instantly backed away before taking a knee. Many, including Haney, ripped Garcia in the immediate aftermath, going as far as to say that he quit.

Nova didn’t comment on whether or not Garcia waved the white flag intentionally. With that said, he has a feeling that Haney will be the one screaming no mas on April 20th.

“High possibility, yes.”