[Commentary]:

At just 21 years old you’re obviously still growing. Do you feel your power growing every single fight?

Ryan Garcia:

You guys watched, when I was 17 years old. Like I’m growing up I’m 21, I’m a late bloomer. But now I feel my body’s coming in and I told you I’m ready for everybody now. I’m ready. I feel comfortable. I’ve been in there… with all the good sparring I’m ready to go after everybody. I want everybody. Let’s go.

The World of Boxing! (Informative & Educational Channel to Inspire the Next Generation of Athletes to Engage in Sports, Tom Yankello, Ukraine):

Since his first fight in the professional ring in June 2016, an American boxer of Mexican origin Ryan Garcia managed to become a real boxing star at the young age of 21. Despite the early start of his career as a pro he achieved a lot as an amateur. In the amateur ring he collected an incredible record of 215-15. In his arsenal he has incredible speed in his hands, a well aimed and powerful blow and great mobility. Putting it all together as a well-rounded fighter. He conducts himself quite professionally avoiding emotional confrontations outside the ring. As a representative of the lightweight division Garcia has good proportions giving him an advantage over other opponents in this category and the ability to move to heavier divisions. The American paid attention to both his training and his appearance in the popular media being called a fighter of a new generation. After his recent victory in the mega fight against Nicaraguan Francisco Fonseca, let’s take a look at a few examples of the destructive lightning speed of Ryan Garcia.

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Now stay tuned for some interesting moments in the career of one of the most prominent representatives of the boxing world. The current reigning lightweight champion in three of the four main boxing organizations is Ukrainian Vasily Lomachenko. Ryan is currently ranked as 10 out of 2082 professional boxers in the world and four of 268 in the USA. Garcia started boxing at the age of seven and always trained with his father in the family garage. He started with professionals, delivering five knockouts in his first six fights. His achievements in the amateur categories were simply incredible including 15 gold medals at the national championships participating in the 2016 World Youth Championships and participating with the US Olympic boxing team and much more. On June 9th 2016 Garcia flew into the professional ring with a crushing knockout in the first round against his first opponent. Native Mexican fighter Edgar Meza, who after an unsuccessful debut ended his boxing career. Moving on within two to three weeks, the list of Ryan lightning Garcia’s victims were Hector Garcia, Luis Lozano, Cristian. Cruz, Jonathan Cruz, Mario Aguirre and all mainly by knockouts in the first two rounds. Ryan Garcia is a top fighter of the lightweight category.

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Ryan Garcia vs. Jose Antonio Martinez

Inglewood USA 2016, Ryan Garcia versus Jose Antonio Martinez. Bursting in professional boxing and easily defeating us first six rivals Garcia was overwhelmed with confidence before his debut in golden boys promotions against Jose Antonio Martinez. This fight was on the under-card of the final fight of Bernard Hopkins in the forum arena on December 17th 2016. Against the fast and powerful blows of Garcia, Martinez did not stand a chance. Garcia from the very beginning looked more competent and in the first second of the battle proceeded to attack.

[Commentary]:

To see a big bright smile on his face asking about Ryan Garcia. Martinez’s going upstairs there he’s one of the body then in his hands go hey is Ryan Garcia, he’s got the white gloves and he’s pounding.

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In the last seconds of the first round holding Martinez at the ropes lightning started beating his opponent. Jose survived until the end of the round but was so shocked that he was barely able to stand with a cut appearing above his left eye. Still Martinez found the strength to continue the battle. In the second round Garcia sensed his opponents weakness and took the battle to its logical end. Martinez could not withstand Garcia’s onslaught and in the middle of the round just collapsed to the canvas. Rising at the count of eight, he continued the fight, but it was obvious to everyone that this was the end. The referee could not allow the fight to continue and as a result Garcia won by knockout.

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Ryan Garcia vs. Mario Macias

Inglewood USA 2017 Ryan Garcia versus Mario Macias. At this point Garcia had not been defeated. Knocking out the remaining rivals Devon Jones and Tyrone Lucky. On July 15 2017 the eighteen-year-old Garcia and 31 year old Mexican fighter Mario Macias, a veteran of 50 fights met in a four-round lightweight professional match, but his experience did not help Mario cope with the onslaught of Ryan. In the first minute of the first round, Macias was knocked out.

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Rzayan Garcia vs. Miguel Carrizo

Las Vegas USA 2017, Ryan Garcia versus Miguel Carrizoza, On September 15, 2017 in Las Vegas Ryan Garcia and Miguel Carrizoza met in the second super featherweight title match. The fight didn’t last long. The ending came at the 30-second mark of the first round, when Ryan knocked him down with a right hook and won the vacant NBF junior featherweight title.

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Ryan Garcia vs. Fernando Vargas Parra

Indio USA 2018, Ryan Garcia versus Fernando Vargas Parra. Ryan retained his title three short months before his first defense against Caesar Valenzuela in November 2017, knocking Caesar out in round three. His next defense came in March 2018 against Fernando Parra. On March 22nd 2018, the 19-year old Ryan Garcia and experienced veteran Fernando Parra met in the main event of the evening in Indio. Vargas was known as an unyielding opponent who had already tested many prospective champions and even fought with the Briton Jamie McDonald as well as defeated Wilfredo Vazquez jr. However, for all his experience the fight with Ryan did not last even a full three minutes the finale came at the end of the first round.

Throughout 2018 Garcia fought the best opponents of his career battling Jayson Velez and Carlos Morales for ten rounds. A match longer than he had ever had before. For these matches Garcia won by unanimous decision and majority decision respectively. Garcia was now a twenty-year-old featherweight contender and he breathed new life into his career by winning an important victory on the Canelo Alvarez versus Rocky fielding fight undercard. But Ryan’s confidence fell a little after he fought two battles against Jason Villas and Carlos Morales. Although he won both battles he failed to win early victories. Something that he was now famous for. Before his next fight Ryan changed his coach and began to work with Eddy Reynoso the coach of Saul Alvarez. The collaboration was complicated by the fact that Ryan did not speak Spanish, but in the end the first fight led by Reynoso ended well.

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Ryan Garcia vs. Braulio Rodriguez

New York USA 2018, Garcia’s rival was the 30 year old Dominican Braulio Rodriguez. A boxer without any achievements in his professional career. Rodriguez tried to impose his counterpart on the exchange desperately rushing forward in attempts to inflict a right hook but Garcia was light on his feet and tried to catch his left hook on the approach.

[Commentary]:

He’s 13 knockouts in his 16 fights. I spoke to Jesse Vargas, top-ten welterweights in the world before the fight this year…Rodriguez goes down

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For the first time Rodriguez was knocked down in the first round but the finale came a little later in the battle. In the fifth round Rodriguez as always rushed forward and Ryan was able to meet him with a right hook to the head. After which the shocked fighter went to the ropes. Garcia then struck several more times ending the fight with a left hook. After which his opponent could not rise by the count of 10.

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Ryan Garcia vs. Jose Lopez

Indio USA 2019, Ryan Garcia versus Jose Lopez. March 30th 2019 at the arena of fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio. It was a great boxing evening held by Golden Boy Promotions. The main event of the evening was the anticipated match between American Ryan Garcia and Puerto Rican Jose Lopez. The battle began with the attacks of Garcia who managed to shake Lopez several times with a strike combination. Jose was not going to give up. Although his self-confidence was immediately shattered. Ryan continued the attack but it seemed he was in a hurry to bring the match to a close and at times used sweeping blows. Round two though did not bring the underdog anything good. In the first seconds the Puerto Rican missed several strong blows and was forced to switch to survival mode. Garcia rushed to finish and knocked Lopes with a lashing left hook, after which Jose managed to get to his feet and continue the fight. Jose reached the saving bell, but refused to go to the next round. As a result according to the rules of the California technical commission, 20-year old Ryan Garcia was credited with a technical knockout victory.

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Ryan Garcia vs. Romero Duno

Las Vegas USA 2019, Ryan Garcia versus Romero Duno. In September 2019 Garcia resumed his deal with Golden Boy Promotions, described as one of the most profitable deals in history for this boxing prospect. Garcia now had a chance to consolidate his path to the world title. November 2nd 2019 in Las Vegas a duel between American Ryan Garcia and Filipino Romero Duno was held on the undercard of the Cobalez versus Alvarez fight. In order to win the match Ryan spent less than two minutes in the ring. Romero could not create a worthy offense. He acted too obviously. Garcia easily took advantage of Romero’s mistakes. In the middle of the first round he knocked out the Filipino with a right hook and promptly finished the fight. It is worth noting that the WBC silver, WBO and NABO titles were at stake going to the 21-year old boxer.

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Before the fight Ryan lightning Garcia verbally challenged other top fighters in the division. Devon Haney, Garvaunta Davis and of course Vasily Lomachenko. Some believe that this was done only for PR and to gain new subscribers in social networks. Garcia the promising representative of Golden Boy Promotions calls himself the best hope in boxing history and added that he could compete with Mike Tyson and even the owner of the promotion company Oscar De La Hoya. A Lomachenko-Garcia match has the potential to become a mega fight on a huge scale. This event could bring hundreds of thousands and possibly millions of sold broadcasts. Converting in the tens of millions of dollars made. After the victory of Alvarez over Kovalev many started talking about the fact that at the top of the pound per
pound rating, the Mexican could easily be replaced by some of the current contenders who were better boxers. If Lomachenko and his team wish to prove that Vasily continues to be the best boxer in the world regardless of the weight category, then he needs to take the risks and agree to the most difficult fights. One of such would be a duel with Ryan Garcia.

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