Ryan Garcia can possibly make his boxing comeback in November 2023, per his promoter Oscar De La Hoya.
‘KingRy’ suffered his maiden career defeat in April against Gervonta Davis. He lost the bout lopsidedly in a seventh-round TKO. Since then, a lot has been reported about his next move.
Ryan Garcia hanging out with Floyd Mayweather recently also sparked rumors of his split up from Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions. However, that doesn’t seem to be the case.
In a recent chat with the Fight Hub, Oscar De La Hoya addressed several things about the current boxing scenario. He also went on to detail when can Ryan Garcia could return to big-time boxing.
He said, “Ryan Garcia, yeah, we were hoping we have a date for him in November. We are figuring out the opponent. We feel that Ryan at 140 can be a force to reckon with. We did sign a couple of fighters who are number-one contenders. The bets can possibly be at stake.”
After the defeat against Gervonta Davis, Ryan Garcia joined hands with Trainer Derrick James, who also coaches Errol Spence Jr, and Anthony Joshua.
All three of Derrick James’ prodigies shall need valid wins to resurrect themselves to the win track again. Anthony Joshua and Errol Spence Jr, are no longer world champions, while Ryan Garcia is yet to hold a boxing world title in his career.
How Good Is Ryan Garcia As a Boxer?
Ryan Garcia has millions of followers on Instagram and several experts tout him to be a celebrity rather than a boxer, Meanwhile, Garcia’s resume sparks something different. In a career of 23 wins and 1 loss, Garcia has scored 19 knockouts.
He has never won a world title but has fought many A-listed opponents in his career so far. Although ‘Tank’ Davis was levels above him, Garcia seems to have learned a lot from the loss. It is left to see how he performs in his comeback bout.