Ryan Garcia begins training camp for April battle
Via Jeff Sorby: Ryan Garcia announced on Tuesday that the “official warm-up” of his training camp has begun for his fight back in April. Ryan did not say who his opponent will be, but it is expected to be a famous boxer.
This will be Ryan’s first game since winning over Luke Campbell more than a year ago in January 2021. Despite all the chances the 23-year-old Garcia has, he can’t get his second game. two last year.
Will Ryan make it through training camp?
Given Ryan’s recent record of withdrawing from matches in 2021, boxing fans need to take a wait-and-see approach to his April bout. I mean, chances are Ryan won’t make it through training camp for his next bout without pulling out of the fight due to injury or he simply changed his mind about wanting to fight.
Unbeatable lightweight competitor King Ry (21-0, 18 KOs) said “coming back will be special,“Hope means he is fighting a quality opponent.
However, Garcia will NOT fight IBF / WBA / WBC Franchise / WHO lightweight champion George Kambosos Jr. This week, the Australian boxer said that the only two he is considering for his next bout are WBC 135-lb champions Devin Haney and Vasily Lomachenko.
Former IBF Featherweight Champion Tevin Farmer mentioned a few weeks ago that he was in talks with supporters of Ryan Garcia to go to war.
Naturally, Farmer (30-5-1, 6 KOs) was pretty excited about that, but then he stopped talking about the fight. That suggests Golden Boy has changed his mind about wanting to fight Ryan against 31-year-old Farmer, who hasn’t fought in two years since his loss to Joseph ‘Jojo’ Diaz Jr.
Ryan fights for the first time since going to have surgery on my right hand in November, so it’s unclear what percentage of the use value he’ll have on hand.
Official start to my battle camp! April The comeback will be very special
– RYAN GARCIA (@RyanGarcia) February 1, 2022
His right hand never had a place where he produced his power. In terms of his prowess, almost all of Ryan’s knockouts come from his left hook, which is a formidable weapon.
However, it will not be a good thing for Ryan when his right hand is only 70% capacity. To compete with the likes of Gervonta ‘The Tank’ Davis, Kambosos, Haney and Lomachenko, he needs his right arm to be full of power.
Joseph ‘Jojo’ Diaz Jr. volunteer to fight Ryan Garcia, and he is who it is believed to be the Golden Boy.
Recently, there has been talk of 23-year-old Ryan going up against Isaac ‘Pitbull’ Cruz in the next fight in April. However, his promoter, Oscar De La Hoya, amazingly revealed on Twitter that “fat “ The offer that was made was rejected.
Many boxing fans seem like De La Hoya was never serious in the first place about staging a fight between Ryan Garcia and Pitbull Cruz.
“Ryan is so good. He is talented, strong, agile,” Arnold Barboza said to ESNEWS in giving his views on Ryan Garcia. “Kambosos, he is hungry, he works hard. I think it’s a 50-50 fight; it’s hard to decide.
“You have to see how Ryan comes back.”
Golden Boy Promotions’ Oscar De La Hoya will likely choose to pit Ryan against a less powerful fighter in his first fight back after a year of being fired.
Good options for Ryan’s comeback fight in April:
- Maxi Hughes
- Zaur Abdullaev
- Francesco Patera
- Ricky Burns
- Lee Selby
If George Kambosos Jr wasn’t world champion and called all shot, he would be the ideal opponent for Ryan to hit next. Kambosos Jr can’t punch and isn’t a direct threat at all. He would be perfect for Ryan.
Yes, Kambosos Jr beat former four-belt lightweight champion Teofimo Lopez last November, but he did it by taking advantage of his fitness issues. Kambosos was lucky Teofimo was only able to fight at his best for small portions of the match due to injury and fitness problems.