Ryan Garcia Challenges Devin Haney To Fight After Gervonta Davis Bout (Exclusive)
Boxing fans have been eagerly waiting for the highly anticipated fight between Ryan Garcia and Gervonta Davis. However, it seems that Garcia is already looking ahead and has challenged Devin Haney to a fight after his bout with Davis.
Garcia made the challenge in an exclusive interview with Boxing Social, stating that he wants to fight Haney as soon as possible. He said, “I want to fight Devin Haney after I beat Gervonta Davis. That’s the fight that I want.”
He went on to say that he believes Haney is a good fighter but that he is confident he can beat him. “I respect Devin Haney’s skills, but I know that I have what it takes to beat him. He’s a good fighter, but I’m better,” he said.
The Potential Fight
A fight between Garcia and Haney would be highly anticipated by boxing fans. Both fighters are young and talented, with Garcia currently holding a record of 21-0 with 18 knockouts, and Haney holding a record of 25-0 with 15 knockouts.
Garcia is currently ranked as the WBC interim lightweight champion, while Haney is the WBC lightweight champion. A fight between the two would not only be a clash of two talented fighters but would also potentially unify the lightweight division.
The Road Ahead
Before Garcia can even think about facing Haney, he first has to defeat Davis in their upcoming bout. The fight, which has been dubbed as ‘The Dream Match’, is set to take place on December 5th at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Davis is considered a tough opponent for Garcia, with a record of 23-0 with 22 knockouts. However, Garcia has been training hard and is confident in his abilities. In his interview with Boxing Social, he stated that he is going to knock Davis out in the first round.
Whether or not Garcia will be able to defeat Davis remains to be seen. However, his challenge to Haney shows that he is already looking ahead and is eager to prove himself as the best lightweight fighter in the world.
A potential fight between Garcia and Haney would be a dream match for boxing fans and would potentially unify the lightweight division. Only time will tell if this fight will become a reality, but for now, fans can look forward to the highly anticipated bout between Garcia and Davis on December 5th.