Kingry surgery successful

Ryan Hospital

Undefeated lightweight contender Ryan García underwent surgery to repair damage to his right hand and wrist, which occurred during a sparring session. Ryan was discharged from the Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute in Los Angeles.

The Canelo Team fighter canceled his November 27th bout against Jo Jo Diaz, but he is expected to be able to return to the ring in early 2022.

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  • I wish Ryan a speedy & successful recovery, so he can go back to work. I hope this situation does not prevent him from being all he can be in the sport of professional boxing.

    Speaketh … FJB.
    Fredrick J. Brandon III.

  • R.García will continue to manifest these issues because he secretly loves being a boxer but dont have the stomach to go out and box against the best fighters. Haney’s putting the pressure on the top lightweights and they are breaking apart.

    • Yes, I can see your point. Gracia craves Youtube attention and loves to show off his skills for “hit, like, and subscribe” criteria. However, his management team is very selective on who he fights since some fighters have exposed some weaknesses in him. The biggest flaw in my opinion in Garcia’s arsenal is his defense. Garcia tends to walk in with no head movement while letting his hands go. Not a great habit when the opponent he faces is a great counter puncher. Time will tell.

  • Ryan can fight. He is deadly fast . Managed properly he could make a dent and a lot of money too.

  • Ryan Garcia is a social media whore. The waters are getting too deep in the division and he’s looking for a way out. Mark my words he will never fight anyone that’s worth fighting and he will end up getting starched by an unsuspecting opponent that was deemed as, “easy”.

  • I wish Ryan a full and speedy recovery. IMO he should stop calling out boxers, whom his management team knows he is not ready to fight, for example, Tank. Ryan’s antics in calling out Tank went way over the top and yielded nothing at all. (A dose of maturity won’t hurt Ryan one bit.)

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