Via Dan Ambrose: Ryan Garcia says he’s interested in fighting recently defeated lightweight world title challenger Isaac ‘Pitbull’ Cruz when he returns to the ring. Reacting to Cruz (22-2-1, 15 KOs) saying he’ll fight him in his yard, Ryan (21-0, 18 KOs) saying he’s playing the game to fight Pitbull 5 ‘4 ″ is much shorter.
If Ryan pulls out of the fight with Isaac Cruz, his reputation will be completely shot. Fans will lose faith in Ryan if he doesn’t succeed, but maybe that’s a good thing for him.
Ryan can then focus his energies on becoming a social media star instead of wasting his time on boxing, which he no longer seems interested in.
Cruz is about to have a decisive round 12 loss to ‘regular’ WBA lightweight champion Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis on Dec. 5. The Mexican tennis player constantly pressured the Tank and He’s gotten better and better in the rounds. Tank was lucky to get the deciding table because many boxing fans thought he lost to pressure boxer Cruz.
In the end, the judges scored the Tank with the scores 115-113, 115-113 and 116-112. Pitbull’s performance has spawned a new star and there will be plenty of interest from fans to see him and Ryan Garcia battle for a chance to fight for the world title in 2022.
Unlike Ryan, Cruz will happily accept a world title fight against ANY champion at the age of 135. He won’t back down from the stress of fighting, getting distracted by fights. or other potential injury.
King Ryan wants Isaac Cruz to fight
Ryan, 23, hasn’t fought since last January and he needs a well-balanced opponent to get him back into the mix for a world championship shot.
Undisputed lightweight champion George Kambosos Jr has expressed interest in fighting the undefeated King Ry, but he wants to see him back in the ring before he takes the idea seriously. give him a title.
If Ryan agrees to take on 23-year-old Pitbull Cruz, he will need to make sure he doesn’t pull out of the competition like he did three times in 2021 in matches against Javier Fortuna, Tank Davis and Joseph’ Jojo ‘Diaz Jr.
With Pitbull Cruz not being the world champion, it wouldn’t be a huge disappointment for him if Ryan pulled out of the fight with him.
Will Ryan Garcia pull out of the Pitbull fight?
Obviously, that will be an interesting thing for Pitbull, but it will be helpful for other players to know that it is a complete waste of time to agree to fight Ryan because he will only explode for reason. for one reason or another.
“Cruz said he was going to play me in my court, and he also said he would probably beat me. We definitely have to see that, and I look forward to that fight returning,” Ryan Garcia mentioned above social media.
“It should be a good one. Cruz is a close fighter, pretty good and has little movement. It’s something I’ve never seen before, but we’ll have to see how he does to me, ‘ Ryan said.
“I am as fast and explosive as ever and I think with my speed, timing and ability, I think I will be able to get the job done.
“However, we will see. I mean, obviously, he gave Gervonta a pretty tough fight. Some would say he beat him. I won Gervonta two rounds,” said King Ry Garcia.
“Gervonta could have made it easier than he did. I think he gave him too much respect, but that’s not my problem,” Garcia said during the Tanks win over Pitbull Cruz.
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