Via Allan Fox: Devin Haney really doubts Ryan Garcia will have the big November battle against Gervonta ‘The Tank’ Davis that he and promoter Oscar De La Hoya talked about.
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Haney said that Ryan likes to mention famous boxers in a remove name way to advance his fight against the unknown opposition. Anonymization is a pathetic strategy that some people use to artificially raise their status without having to be achieved by achievement.
Devin pointed out that when Ryan Garcia (22-0, 18 KOs) has a scheduled bout, instead of focusing on his opponent to promote the competition, he’ll start talking about a big-name boxer he’s known. We look forward to the next match.
Haney claims that Ryan gets fans to watch his matches against the unknown using that method. Instead of Ryan fighting the stars he talked about, he faced another obscure fighter in a gimme-level bout.
Not sure whether Ryan was asked to do this or if he learned it from watching other boxers this guy fell to.
Boxer Ryan Garcia often mentions
- Davis tank
- Manny Pacquiao
- Joseph ‘Jojo’ Diaz
- Isaac ‘Pitbull’ Cruz
- Devin Haney
Tank Davis is someone Ryan has repeatedly referred to as someone he was meant to confront, but the fight never happened.
“I doubt that will happen. I don’t think Ryan is going to fight anyone,” Devin Haney told MMAFightingwhen asked if he believes Ryan Garcia and ‘The Tank’ Gervonta Davis will fight.
“Of course, he always does. That’s what he does,” Haney said when he learned that Ryan Garcia was tweeting a storm on the night of the battle of Kambosos-Haney.
Ryan Garcia’s recent objection:
- Emmanuel Tagoe
- Luke Campbell
- Francisco Fonseca
- Romero Duno
- Jose Lopez
“He’s going to Tweet up a storm, calling all these guys out. He [Ryan Garcia] said he was fighting Pacquiao. Let’s go.
“He uses fighters to promote his battles, and after he wins a war against someone, and then he goes and fights someone else,” Haney continued. profanity about his thoughts on Ryan Garcia as an alias.
“This is an iterative cycle for him. I really didn’t give him too much attention because I was reading between the lines. He won’t fight anyone. Of course,” Haney said when asked if Tank Davis would beat Ryan if they fought.
“I am not surprised. I never really rate [Rolando Rolly] Romero because I never understood why the world thought he had a chance. Romero has not fought at the highest level and has yet to defeat anyone at the highest level.
“He lost to one guy even before he got to the top level, and they made the decision for him,” Haney said of Rolly’s questionable 12-round decision against Jackson Marinez in August. 2020. “So, what does he have that makes people think he can beat Tank other than one punch?
“When you’re at the top, everyone can punch and have power,” Haney said.