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Boxer Ryan Garcia Calls Jack Harlow The Next Kanye West

Everybody is entitled to their opinion, no matter how outlandish it might be, and some opinions are better than others. Now it’s no secret that Jack Harlow has had an amazing year, dropping one of the years biggest albums (so far), having a chart topping single, getting a Drake feature, and even his own meal at KFC. Harlow’s success so early in his career has led many to believe that he will become the next rap superstar. Apparently boxer Ryan Garcia thinks so, and thinks his success will be Yeezy level.
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Ryan Garcia: Whoever Wins Between Gervonta and I Becomes The Face Of Boxing

Ryan Garcia is convinced that a win over Gervonta Davis will make him boxing’s biggest ambassador, whether or not there is a belt at stake. Garcia, the 23-year-old lightweight from Victorville, California, called out Baltimore puncher Davis, 27, after he scored a sixth-round stoppage of Javier Fortuna at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. Regarded as two of the names in the sport with rare crossover appeal, both Garcia and Davis have been the subject of much interest as their potential bout would figure to be a commercial bonanza, despite the fact that neither fighter owns a title.
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Ryan Garcia On Critics: 'The More I Win, The More Those People Sound Delusional'

Another Ryan Garcia win, another critic eating crow. Garcia, the 23-year-old lightweight from Victorville, California, is coming off a decisive sixth-round stoppage of Javier Fortuna last Saturday in a 140-pound bout at the crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. The win was a marked turnaround from his admittedly dull points win in his last fight against Emmanuel Tagoe in April.
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Ryan Garcia To Mayweather: Any Weight, Any Time, Any Place For Tank Davis Fight

Ryan Garcia apparently has changed his mind about the lowest weight he can make for the only fight he seems to want. Garcia relayed a message Friday to Floyd Mayweather through his social media accounts to inform Davis’ promoter that he is willing to face Davis at the lightweight limit of 135 pounds. The undefeated Garcia had repeatedly stated in the aftermath of his sixth-round knockout of Javier Fortuna on Saturday night that Davis would have to move up to the 140-pound division if Davis wanted to fight him next.
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Ryan Garcia On Tank: I’m Gonna Go Old School On Him, Bugging Him Every Moment

Ryan Garcia plans to be a personal gadfly to Gervonta Davis. The 23-year-old lightweight contender from Victorville, California, has made it clear he wants nothing more than a showdown with Baltimore hard-hitter Davis. Garcia became more emboldened about that match-up after his sixth-round stoppage of Javier Fortuna last Saturday night at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
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You made another enemy! Julio César Chávez destroyed Ryan Garcia very harsh statements

In the last few hours, Julio César Chávez spoke about Ryan Garcia and destroyed him with sharp statements. The last days, Ryan Garcia has been at the center of the world boxing scene because he said that he will only fight Gervonta Davis at 140 pounds and that Canelo Álvarez was quickly world champion for facing an unknown fighter.. On the other hand, Julio César Chávez commented that he does not see his fight, that The Tank is going to knock him out and that he is out of his mind for thinking that the World Titles do not matter.
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Ryan Garcia: When I Beat Tank Davis, I Will Feel Like A Champion, Regardless If He Has A Real Belt

Fighting for world titles isn’t the least bit important to Ryan Garcia. If their handlers overcome obstacles that could prohibit him and Gervonta Davis from fighting next, the hard-hitting Garcia won’t consider their pay-per-view fight any less significant because they won’t fight for a world title. Davis owns the WBA’s secondary lightweight championship, but Garcia began demanding after he weighed in Friday for his sixth-round knockout of Javier Fortuna on Saturday night that Davis must move up to the junior welterweight limit of 140 pounds to make their fight a reality.
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Hearn: Tank Is The Key To Making The Fight With Ryan Garcia; He Is The Boss

Eddie Hearn is certain Gervonta Davis wants to fight Ryan Garcia. The British promoter predicted that the unbeaten Baltimore native will knock out Garcia if their high-profile fight finally happens. Hearn called Davis-Garcia “a massive fight” and hopes that their competing promoters and platform executives can put it together for later this year.
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