Boxing superstar Ryan Garcia ranks YouTuber boxers in the world; snubs Logan Paul from the list

Ryan Garcia lists his top 3 creator boxers, Garcia v.s Davis and more...


Boxing superstar Ryan Garcia ranks YouTuber boxers in the world; snubs Logan Paul from the list

Ryan Garcia is an American competitive boxer. In 2021, he was the interim lightweight champion of the WBC. He is currently rated as the sixth-best active lightweight in the world by The Ring magazine, the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, ESPN, and BoxRec as of May 2022.

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Recently he went on Youtuber/WWE star Logan Paul’s podcast Impaulsive. When Garcia was asked who he regarded to be the top 3 in the influencer-boxing space, he could only name two. Logan Paul and KSI didn’t even make it to the list.

Ryan Garcia named influencer/boxer Salt Papi as his number one. He put Jake Paul as number two on his list. “Jake has the most experience. He’s been in bigger fights. He’s got amazing knockouts. So I’m going to go with Jake for number two,” Ryan said.

When Logan asked, “What about KSI?”. Ryan said that he doesn’t believe KSI is a skilled boxer. He said he has been boxing since he was seven and therefore is allowed an opinion in boxing, he had to say that KSI could fight but not box.

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Ryan Garcia vs Gervonta Davis is fast approaching

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WBA Lightweight Champion Gervonta Davis and former WBC interim Lightweight Champion Ryan Garcia will go head-to-head this April at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. Gervonta Davis stands at a record 28-0 while Ryan Garcia is at a record 23-0.

Ryan Garcia has won three of his last five fights with a knockout. He has 19 knockouts under his belt. Meanwhile, twenty-six of the twenty-eight professional fights Davis has fought have ended in knockouts.

Both have never lost a professional fight which is what makes this matchup so interesting. “Tank versus Ryan is gonna be a hell of a fight. That’s gonna be one that you’ve got to be there to see it, you just can’t watch it on TV. You can’t wait to hear about it”, Deontay Wilder said.

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