Eddie Hearn Speaks His Mind on Ryan Garcia’s Retirement from Boxing- “Someone Needs To Help Him”

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Ryan Garcia recently announced his retirement from boxing after a tumultuous 2024. The young fighter, known as ‘KingRy,’ has been in the spotlight due to his controversial behavior leading up to his fight with Devin Haney. Despite securing a surprising decision victory over Haney, Garcia’s positive drug tests and subsequent suspension have overshadowed his success.

Matchroom Boxing chairman Eddie Hearn, who worked with Haney for the fight against Garcia, expressed his frustration with the situation. Hearn stated, “I’m getting so bored of Ryan Garcia… It really aggravates me that no one close to him is getting a hold of him. Someone needs to help him. I want Ryan to deal with the situation. I think he’s got a good heart, I think he’s a very good fighter.”

Garcia’s retirement leaves fans and fellow fighters wondering about the future of this talented yet troubled boxer. While Hearn hopes to see Garcia back in the ring, it remains uncertain whether ‘KingRy’ will return.

Ryan Garcia’s Journey

Ryan Garcia’s passion for boxing ignited at the tender age of seven. His dream? To represent the United States in the 2016 Olympics. With unwavering determination, he became a 15-time national amateur champion, amassing an impressive record of 215 wins and 15 losses.

Garcia faced setbacks, but his resilience shone through. On January 2, 2021, he achieved his dream of becoming a world champion. His title-winning bout was against Luke Campbell for the interim WBC Lightweight Championship. This victory marked a turning point in his career, proving that hard work and belief can lead to greatness.

Defying the Odds

In a sport where legends are made, Garcia’s journey stands out. He faced adversity, doubters, and formidable opponents. Yet, he defied the odds, showcasing his warrior spirit. His epic comeback inspires not only boxing enthusiasts but anyone striving for victory in life.

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