Boxing’s rising superstar, Devin “The Dream” Haney (24-0, 15 KOs) is further defining the term securing the bag.
The WBC Lightweight Champion is starting the year off with the launch of his very own line of CBD wellness products. He has partnered with his father and trainer, William Haney for WEDM.
The name is an acronym for William Everett Devin Miles (William Everett Haney and Devin Miles Haney).
“I have been working out for 2-3 days for many, many years now,” said Devin Haney. “I’m a professional world champion boxer. I have to be very conscientious of anything I put in my body. WEDM products have helped my career tremendously. We launched WEDM to help other athletes and those people in general, that need unique help with energy and recovery.”
Many professional athletes have embraced CBD as an alternative to traditional medicine for recovery. CBD can help to calm your Endocannabinoid System and reduce DOMS before a workout.
In boxing, the Nevada State Athletic Commission is the gold standard for athletic regulation. Back in 2013, NSAC head, Keith Kizer officially raised the testing threshold of marijuana metabolites from 50 ng/mL to 150 ng/mL.
That represented a 300% increase, which meant athletes could have 3x more marijuana metabolites in their system before a positive test. At the time it was something unprecedented in the industry.
As of the 2019 Prohibited List , Cannabidiol (CBD) is on the exemption list for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) List International Standard.
Devin Haney at 19-yrs old became the youngest active fighter/promoter in boxing history.