Bill Haney praises Ryan García and calls for a rematch: “We’re going to keep our heads up high” – La Opinion

Bill Haney praises Ryan García and calls for a rematch: “We’re going to keep our heads up high” – La Opinion

Bill Haney, father and coach of Devin Haney, praised Ryan Garcia after beating his son by majority decision last weekend in New York and He took the opportunity to also ask for revenge.

On his social networks, Haney’s father expressed that García He is a good fighter and influencer who deceived everyone by making them believe he was crazy.and assured that for now they will assimilate the defeat to return and continue doing amazing things in the sport.

“We turn losses into lessons and then we turn them into blessings. I always said I thought Ryan Garcia was a good fighter. We were 3-3 with him (in amateur). I think that He’s an even better influencer because he tricked them into thinking he was crazy. (with his pre-fight antics). He knew he wasn’t crazy. It was a good fight. But you know, we have to take it easy. We definitely want a rematch. We’re going to keep our head up, chest out, and chin up. That’s what it means to be a Haney,” he said.

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Ryan García achieved his most important victory of his career by beating Devin Haney by majority decision. Photo Courtesy: Cris Esqueda/Golden Boy Promotions.

“We have no excuses. We were able to achieve some amazing things in sports and we are still going to continue to achieve more amazing things. Let’s keep pushing. There is nothing wrong with having a bruised ego if it will lead to your greatness. So we accept this. He was also overweight. He had a good game plan, in and out of the ring. You can’t take that away from him. Thank you for making it a successful night. That was great for boxing,” he concluded.

Even though Devin Haney was the favorite in the betting houses, Ryan García He gave the surprise by knocking down The Dream three times during the fight and taking the biggest victory of his career. on the cards by majority decision of the judges (112-112, 114-110 and 115-109).

Since King Ry arrived three pounds heavier and had to pay $1.5 million dollars after a bet he made with his rival, the World Boxing Council (WBC) super lightweight belt was not at stake, but The American still remains the champion even though he was defeated and also asked for revenge.

Since the fight between Devin Haney and Ryan García was announced, everything was very controversial. The Californian He had erratic behavior in press conferences and on social networks where he admitted that he smoked marijuana and drank alcohol. Everyone thought that King Ry’s mental health was bad, but apparently it was all trolling and The Dream fell into his rival’s game.

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Ryan García knocked down Devin Haney three times with his left hook and took the biggest victory of his career. Photo Courtesy: Cris Esqueda/Golden Boy Promotions.

Both boxers They have a great rivalry since they were amateurs and where they faced each other six times with three victories for each side. Now as professionals, García broke the tie and handed Haney the first loss of his career.

Devin Haney, 24, became the 140-pound champion by defeating Regis Prograis last December and lost his undefeated record to King Ry in his second appearance in the division. The American He has a record of 31 victories, 15 of them by knockout, and one defeat.

On the other hand, Ryan García, 24, He debuted successfully in the new category after knocking out Óscar Duarte and now he shocked the world by defeating the WBC champion. The Mexican-American boxer has a record of 25 wins (20 by knockout) and one setback in his professional career.

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· Ryan García celebrates his victory against Devin Haney by smoking marijuana: “I had to”
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· Ryan García defeats Devin Haney after knocking him down three times in the surprise of the year

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