Ryan García assures that he would beat Pitbull Cruz after knocking out Romero: “It would be a field day” – La Opinion

Ryan García assures that he would beat Pitbull Cruz after knocking out Romero: “It would be a field day” – La Opinion

Ryan García reacted after Isaac ‘Pitbull’ Cruz’s knockout victory over Rolando ‘Rolly’ Romero and assured that would beat the now world super lightweight champion of the World Boxing Association (WBA).

In some publications on his X account (formerly Twitter), García expressed that after he knocked out Devin Haney in April he wants to look for a fight with Pitbull Cruz because he believes it will be an entertaining fight.

“They don’t know boxing if they really think Pitbull beats me. I’ve fought a lot of fighters like him in my life, so it would be a field day. I would put Cruz to sleep. You guys are crazy. But after I knock out Haney, I’ll gladly handle him (Pitbull) easy,” he wrote.

“In the end I respect the Pitbull. He is a small fighter who can knock out big fighters. A fight with him would be great. Let’s do it someday. “I am focused on the task ahead, but it would be an entertaining fight,” she added.

It should be noted that the Pitbull Cruz defeated Rolando ‘Rolly’ Romero by technical knockout in the eighth round and became super lightweight champion in his debut in the category. The Mexican dominated the American from start to finish and shut his mouth as he promised before the fight last Saturday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Previously, King Ry and the Mexican had been in negotiations to fight, but it was Rolly Romero who he ended up facing in the end. Instead, the Californian scheduled a duel for the World Boxing Council (WBC) title with Devin Haney. If García – who has been embroiled in controversy over his erratic behavior in recent weeks – beats the American, The confrontation with Pitbull Cruz would be interesting because they could unify the belts.

“Let Ryan García also say what he wants. I’ll make him swallow the garbage that comes out of his mouth the same way I did with Rolly“Pitbull Cruz responded in the ring when asked about what the Californian had been talking about him.

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Pitbull Cruz gave a great demonstration of power and dominance against Rolly Romero. Photo Courtesy: Esther Lin/Premier Boxing Champions.

Ryan Garcia, 24, moved up to 140 pounds after his first loss in the sport against Gervonta Davis in 2023 and He made his successful debut in the new category after knocking out Óscar Duarte to try to be crowned world champion. The Mexican-American boxer has a record of 24 wins (20 by knockout) and one setback in his professional career.

For his part, Isaac ‘Pitbull’ Cruz, 24, achieved an important victory against Rolly Romero and He is now the new holder of the WBA world title at 140 pounds in his debut in the category. The Mexican boxer has a professional record of 26 victories (18 of them by fast track), two losses and one draw.

Keep reading:
· Devoured by a “Chihuahua”: Isaac Cruz beats “Rolly” Romero and is world champion
· Óscar de la Hoya predicts knockout in the fight between Rolly Romero and Pitbull Cruz: “Fourth round”
· Pitbull Cruz on teasing Rolly Romero: This chihuahua is preparing to be his worst nightmare

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