Ryan García sends a strong threat to Devin Haney a few weeks before the fight: “No mercy” – La Opinion

Ryan García sends a strong threat to Devin Haney a few weeks before the fight: “No mercy” – La Opinion

Ryan García issued a strong threat to Devin Haney and stated that he intends to “kill him” in the fight that both will star in on April 20 in New York, where the World Boxing Council (WBC) super lightweight title will be at stake.

In a post on his X account (formerly Twitter), García indicated that the first to mention that someone would “die” was Haney’s father, so will have no mercy on the former undisputed lightweight champion and predicted that their confrontation will be a war.

My intention is to kill Devil Haney. Without mercy, I hope he is ready to die. I hope you have come to terms with it. For the record, his father announced my death first. “This is a war, it is not for the faint of heart,” he wrote.

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Devin Haney will defend his title for the first time against Ryan Garcia on April 20. Photo Courtesy: Cris Esqueda/Golden Boy Promotions.

Due to the recent controversies of the Californian fighterhis fight with Devin Haney is hanging by a thread and many believe that he will not enter the ring, but Ryan García promised on social networks that he would fully concentrate in the gym in these last weeks of training because he takes the duel with the American champion seriously.

Since the press conference in New York, García’s behavior has been erratic. Days after the event, King Ry He admitted that he was high on a live stream and that he smoked marijuana and drank like anyone else, which generated a great stir on their social networks.

At first it was thought to be a publicity tactic to promote the fight with Devin Haneybut his fans, sports experts and ex-wife Drea Celin have shown concern for the mental health of the Californian, who admitted that 99% of the things he does are trolling.

It should be noted that, according to Ryan García himself, The New York Commission wants to subject him to a mental evaluation for his erratic behavior on social media to let him fight for the WBC lightweight title on April 20. The Californian did not take this very well because it violates his right to freedom of expression and He threatened to sue them.

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Devin Haney and Ryan García may not face each other in New York due to King Ry’s problems. Photo Courtesy: Cris Esqueda/Golden Boy Promotions.

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, Devin Haney, also 24 years old, became the undisputed 135-pound champion and decided to move up to 140 pounds to add a new belt against Regis Prograis last December. The American He has an undefeated record of 31 victories, 15 of them by knockout.

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