Eddie Hearn believes there will be a rematch between Devin Haney and Ryan García in the future: “It will be huge” – La Opinion

Eddie Hearn believes there will be a rematch between Devin Haney and Ryan García in the future: “It will be huge” – La Opinion

Eddie Hearn, Matchroom Boxing promoter, believes that in the future there will be a revenge between Devin Haney and Ryan García, despite the fact that his boxer is not interested in doing it and that the Californian could be suspended if he confirms the positive for Ostarine, a performance-enhancing substance (PED).

Speaking to Fight Hub TV, Hearn thinks Haney He should take revenge for everything García did prior to his confrontation, since he arrived three pounds overweight at the weigh-in and failed two doping tests.

“Imagine you are Devin Haney. You have to fight this guy (Ryan Garcia) who is much heavier than him, and now you found out too (using PEDs). Time is a good healer. The revenge is going to be huge. “I think the rematch will happen at some point, but we’ll wait and see,” he said.

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Ryan Garcia tested positive for Ostarine at the weigh-in and on the day of his fight with Devin Haney in April. Photo Courtesy: Cris Esqueda/Golden Boy Promotions.

Since the fight between Haney and King Ry 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 everything was planned and The Dream fell into his rival’s game. Now a new controversy is added to this soap opera after the Californian tested positive for doping.

In addition to drugs and drink, García tested positive for Ostarine the day before and after the fight against Devin Haney, according to a letter sent to the parties involved by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA) and to which ESPN had access. 19-Norandrosterone was also detected, but it was already confirmed that this substance was not present in the sample.

After hearing the news, the 140-pound champion of the World Boxing Council (WBC) He made it clear that he will not give the Californian a revenge and requested the New York State Athletic Commission to be disqualified from the fight and the result be changed to a victory.

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Devin Haney now wants the result of the fight to be changed and given the victory. Photo Courtesy: Cris Esqueda/Golden Boy Promotions.

According to King Ry’s lawyer, Darín Chávez, Sample B will be analyzed on Wednesday, May 22 and assured that the substance found would not have had any benefit in improving performance on the night of the fight.

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.

For his part, 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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