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5 Biggest Ryan Garcia Fights: ‘I Hit Him With Some Hard Shots’

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5 Biggest Ryan Garcia Fights: ‘I Hit Him With Some Hard Shots’

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5 Biggest Ryan Garcia Fights: ‘I Hit Him With Some Hard Shots’

Ryan Garcia has been in the news lately, including becoming a father, announcing a divorce and confirming he now wants to fight Rolando Romero instead of Devin Haney. Whatever comes next for “KingRy,” Big Fight Weekend have decided to bring you the five biggest Garcia fights.

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Garcia Biggest Fights: Five Memorable Bouts: Javier Fortuna

On July 16, 2022, Garcia faced Javier Fortuna in what was said to be his toughest test. “KingRy” passed this test with flying colours, knocking down his opponent three times before the referee ended the contest in round six, with the Californian fighter too fast and strong for the Dominican boxer.

Luke Campbell

One of Garcia’s biggest wins was when he knocked out 2012 Olympic Gold medallist Luke Campbell on January 2, 2021. “KingRy” showed his determination by digging deep, dragging himself off the canvas to deliver a brutal seventh-round body shot to stop the Englishman. His hand speed again stood out and stopped Campbell from getting a solid footing in the fight.

Gervonta Davis

On April 22, Ryan Garcia dared to be great when he faced Gervonta Davis. The build-up to the fight was fascinating, with BFW breaking it down by numbers. Garcia did have his moments in the fight, but ultimately, the accuracy and power of “Tank” was the difference as a body shot in round seven ended the contest.

Oscar Duarte

After tasting defeat for the first time against “Tank,” Garcia stepped back in the ring on December 2, 2023, against the tough Oscar Duarte. The Californian fighter elected to fight on the outside and showcase his speed. He was quicker to the punch throughout, with his opponent having limited success. Garcia landed a left hook to the head in round eight – which he followed up with a flurry of punches, forcing the stoppage. After the fight, Garcia said: “I hit him with some hard shots and he just kept coming.”

Francisco Fonseca

Garcia took on a tricky opponent in Nicaraguan boxer Francisco Fonseca on February 14, 2020. Foncesca had a respectable record of (25-2-2, 20 KOs) proving he had power. Garcia flew out of the traps before landing a spiteful lead left hook, which ended the contest in the first round.

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