Ryan Garcia and Oscar De La Hoya reunite in a shocking turn of events for an upcoming fight!

Ryan Garcia announced his next fight despite his ongoing legal battle with Golden Boy Promotions. Garcia and Oscar De La Hoya may have gotten back on better terms following a fallout.


Ryan Garcia and Oscar De La Hoya reunite in a shocking turn of events for an upcoming fight!

Ryan Garcia and Oscar De La Hoya (via Imago)

Ryan Garcia is set to make his return to the ring in November or December after his defeat to Gervonta Davis. According to sources, the junior welterweight contender Pedro Campa is one of the top choices for the bout. Ryan Garcia needs to win after suffering a horrible loss against Davis.

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Davis defeated Garcia in the 7th round of the biggest payday fight of the year in boxing. Tank control of the bout dominated Garcia for most of the bout. Golden Boy took legal action against Garcia, and his lawyer, Guadalupe Valenzuela, asked the court to uphold their promotional agreement. However, Golden Boy said it was not valid and enforceable, and Garcia sought to dismiss the case. Subsequently, Garcia posted a photo stating, “Fighting at the end of the year.” 

Hence, even though their relationship remains strained, both sides are still trying to get Garcia’s next fight on the cards. We don’t know where the fight will take place, and we don’t know if it’ll be DAZN-only or PPV-only. Furthermore, Garcia’s camp attempted to set him up as a potential opponent for WBA junior lightweight champion Rolly Romero.

However, the fight could not take place this year due to Romero’s injury and a mandatory defense scheduled against Ohara Davies. However, they could fight sometime next year. Garcia needs to defeat other top contenders to set up a rematch against Davis in the future.

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Ryan Garcia spars against streaming influencers

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Ryan Garcia (image credit- The Guardian)

Famous streamers Adin Ross and N3ON recently sparred against Garcia in a 2v1 fight. However, Ryan Garcia didn’t hesitate to take a shot and easily put an end to Adin Ross and N3on.

Ross had a meet-and-greet with celebrities at the BOXR gym in Miami, FL, before sparring with Garcia. After hitting both Kick streamers with liver shots, the ring-side fans clapped their hands in unison. Ross called a timeout and gathered N3on, who hilariously claimed to have beaten the professional boxer.

Furthermore, Sneako, a famous streamer, sparred with Garcia and performed better than his peers. Garcia showcased the high-level skillset of boxers compared to amateurs. Garcia could make his boxing return by the end of the year.

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