Ryan Garcia Bio, Wiki
Ryan Garcia is an American professional boxer who competes in the super featherweight division and he is famous for his affiliation with Golden Promotions. He has held the WBC silver lightweight title since 2019.
Ryan Garcia Career
Ryan had his professional boxing career on June 9, 2016, in a fight against Edgar Meza at Tijuana. Garcia won the first Round Following a Tko. He has a contract with Oscar De Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions in 2016. Ryan came in the second position at the olden Boy Promotions in 2016. He came in second position at the 2014 Junior Worlds event. Ryan is currently rated as the 24th of 1478 in the world. The 20 years old boxer currently ranks 4th of 174 in the USA and he has won 13 matches of his 16 matches by knockouts.
He is the winner of the NABF Junior super-featherweight title in 2017 but retained it after two contentions. Also, he won both the NABF and NABO super-featherweight titles. He fought with Carlos Morales on September 1, 2017, and knocked him out in less than 30 seconds. And, he made his victory after the 10th round by major decision but the match was described as lackluster by many people as the match did not meet up the hype it has created.
Ryan Garcia Age
Garcia was born on August 8, 1998, in Victorville, California, U.S. He is 24 years old.
Ryan Garcia Family
Garcia had 3 sisters, Demi, Sasha, and Kayla who is a brother and a professional boxer named Sean Garcia. He was born to his parents Henry and Lisa Garcia. Then his parents have been actively involved in his Amateur career. The family had continued assisting Ryan with his professional career as his father remains one of his trainers and his mother works as his personal Administrative Assistant for commercial projects.
Ryan Garcia Girlfriend
Garcia has been in a relationship with his Girlfriend Catherina Gamez who was blessed with a daughter named Rylie. His daughter is an aged 4-months old baby girl. He is dating his girlfriend Andrea Celina.
Ryan Garcia Net Worth
He is earning an estimated net worth of 200,000 from his boxing career.