WATCH: Ryan Garcia drops controversial streamers Adin Ross and Neon to floor in 2 on 1 sparring

WATCH: Ryan Garcia drops controversial streamers Adin Ross and Neon to floor in 2 on 1 sparring

Ryan Garcia (Image Courtesy: Happy Punch)

Recently at the BOXR gym in Miami, professional boxer Ryan Garcia delivered a body blow that sent streamer Adin Ross tumbling during a two-on-one sparring session. This incident occurred just a day after Garcia’s training session with boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. in the same gym.


The 25-year-old Garcia demonstrated his clear dominance inside the boxing ring as he effortlessly managed both Adin Ross and his fellow streamer N3on. Not stopping there, Garcia replicated his prowess against Sneako, yet another content creator who had garnered a substantial following through streaming.

Social media users voiced their criticism towards the Mexican-American boxer for engaging in sparring sessions with streamers, particularly in light of his recent loss of his previously undefeated title to Gervonta “Tank” Davis.

In his last fight, Garcia was outclassed by Davis and was knocked by a body shot. Since then, fans have been expecting Garcia to have a great comeback now that he’s with Floyd Mayweather. Nevertheless, it will be interesting to see how the fighter redeems himself in the future.


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Is Oscar De La Hoya going to sue Ryan Garcia for their last controversy?

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Garcia and Oscar De La Hoya

Ryan Garcia originally signed with Oscar De La Hoya’s esteemed Golden Boy Promotions, but their professional association took a negative turn, resulting in the potential initiation of a legal conflict. This rift in their partnership became apparent following Garcia’s recent fight against Gervonta Davis earlier this year.

After his seventh-round TKO defeat, Garcia attended the post-fight press conference alone and publicly voiced his discontent. In the subsequent days, he alleged that his contract with the boxing legend had been breached, rendering it void. In response, De La Hoya filed a lawsuit in federal court, seeking to uphold their existing agreement.

During an interview with Ariel Helwani on The MMA Hour, Oscar De La Hoya said: “I’m not suing him for money, he’s not suing me for money. I just want him to honor my contract. That’s it. Just honor your contract. That’s it. You have obligations, right? I want you to fight. I want you to be a legend. Do you think I wanted him to fight [Gervonta] Tank Davis with a rehydration clause? Hell no.”


According to the former boxing champion, he has no plans to sue Garcia and just wanted the fighter to follow the contract but now it seems like both have parted ways completely.

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