Lightweight world titleholder Devin Haney reportedly has a smaller entourage.
FightNights.com was informed last week that Haney fired multiple members of his team after they were caught stealing shoes on Nov. 9 during DAZN's KSI vs. Logan Paul event at Staples Center.
According to our sources, the shoes were from the office of Doc Rivers, the head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers.
The suspects' cover was blown partly because "Team Haney" was visible on the back of their clothes on video surveillance.
FightNights.com reached out to Staples Center on Friday afternoon to request an incident report. The individual that we spoke to told us to expect a call from his supervisor later that night. That call was never returned.
Haney (24-0, 15 KO's), 21, a native of San Francisco, California, who trains in Las Vegas, defended the WBC 135-pound title with a unanimous decision over Alfredo Santiago on the undercard of the KSI-Logan Paul bout.
A week after the fight, Haney, who made $1 million, served up crab legs, shrimp, and other healthy food to the homeless on Skid Row in Los Angeles.