Ryan Garcia Says He’s Fighting Manny Pacquiao Next

By Jim Maltzman: Ryan Garcia posted on Instagram today saying that he’s confronting Manny Pacquiao in a “fantasy turned reality. Ryan (21-0, 18 KOs) had been implying that the 26-year proficient Pacquiao (62-7-2, 39 KOs) would be straightaway, and apparently he was right.

The battle actually should be declared, so we must hang tight for the authority word. On Saturday, Ryan, 22, said his next battle is shut to being “finished” and that h anticipated that it should be perhaps done for the current week.

This is a significant enormous advance up for Ryan, who is going from battling lightweight Luke Campbell to taking on perhaps the most well known warriors in the game in Pacquiao.

The climb to 147 will be a troublesome change for Ryan, who should beef up a little for him to have the option to contend with Pacquiao.

Ryan should land one of his incredible left snares for him to get a success, as he will think that its troublesome attempting to win a ruling against the skilled Filipino genius.

Fans via web-based media are now following Ryan, saying he has no possibility of winning and he’s hoping to ‘money out’ against Pacquiao. Ryan’s absence of size and experience will put him at a major hindrance against Manny.

In the event that Ryan is not kidding about his remark about needing to resign at 26, the payday he’ll get battling Pacquiao will help pad his retirement years. This will be a pleasant freebie payday for Ryan.

One negative for Ryan in building up to battle Pacquiao at 147, it could demonstrate hard for him to re-visitation of the 135-lb weight division subsequently.

For some warriors that have gone up in weight a few divisions for a major battle, they’ve not had the option to re-visitation of the structure that they once had when they return down.

The cash that Ryan will get for the Pacquiao battle is a lot for him not to take this battle.

Ruler Ryan says he won’t junk talk Pacquiao, 42, similar to he’s been doing with Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis since he has an excess of regard for what he’s cultivated.

Ryan must do some waste talking if he’s to offer the battle to the boxing fans. Pacquiao regularly plays it decent with his rivals, and he surrenders it to them and his coach Freddie Roach to talk up the battle.

In Pacquiao’s last battle against previous WBA welterweight champion Keith ‘Once’ Thurman in July 2019, he let Keith do the majority of the talking. He made a fine showing of making interest in the battle by refuse talking Pacquiao.

It was perhaps the best exertion. He resembled an expert grappler with the manner in which he was giving Pacquiao despondency in the development to the battle.

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