Ryan Garcia made a grand entrance into his highly-anticipated battle towards Luke Campbell.
Forward of the most important battle of his profession, the 22-year-old was introduced out on a throne, completely justifying his “KingRy” moniker. In virtually a two-minute-long entrance, Garcia made his method into the world grandiosely.
Garcia boasted an impeccable document of 20-0 earlier than coming into the battle, with Campbell set to be essentially the most formidable problem of his profession. The 33-year-old is an Olympic gold medalist who went the gap with Vasyl Lomachenko in his final battle.
Many individuals within the boxing group believed that Garcia should undergo Campbell to determine himself as a authentic elite boxer, contemplating that the California native fought comparatively weaker opponents in his earlier fights.
Ryan Garcia wins the WBC interim light-weight title
Ryan Garcia cruised previous Luke Campbell within the seventh spherical of the battle by way of TKO to win the vacant WBC interim light-weight title.
KingRy began the battle on a excessive with a formidable first spherical however was knocked down within the second spherical after Campbell efficiently landed a vicious blow to Garcia’s face.
Within the following rounds, Garcia displayed his supremacy over his British opponent and seemingly edged him in each spherical, earlier than knocking him down within the seventh body, which ensured Garcia a victory.
On the post-fight interview, Garcia said that he desires to battle Gervonta Davis subsequent, however would not thoughts dealing with Devin Haney both, who was current within the area.
“I wanna battle Tank (Gervonta Davis) after all… If we are able to make Devin (Haney), let’s make Devin,” stated Garcia.
A day earlier than his battle towards Campbell, Garcia revealed in an interview that he intends to go up towards Davis after beating Campbell. He would then face the legendary Manny Pacquiao earlier than he retires, fulfilling a boyhood dream.
Revealed 03 Jan 2021, 06:27 IST