|Net Worth:||$20 Million|
|Date of Birth:||August 8, 1998 (24 years old)|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
What is Ryan Garcia’s Net Worth?
Ryan Garcia is an American professional boxer who has a net worth of $20 million. One of the top-ranked lightweight boxers competing today is Ryan Garcia. Both as a super featherweight and a lightweight, he has participated.
On August 8, 1998, Ryan Garcia was born into a large family in Victorville, California. Since he began boxing at age 7, Ryan has amassed a 215-15 amateur record and won the title of national amateur champion 15 times.
His parents have always been encouraging of his boxing pursuits and are still actively involved in supporting his career.
Career in boxing
At the age of 17, Ryan Garcia made the decision to turn professional. On June 9, 2016, in Tijuana, he faced Edgar Meza and defeated him through TKO.
Soon after he joined Golden Boy Promotions, Oscar De La Hoya said Ryan would make his professional debut on December 17, 2016, at The Forum for the Smith-Hopkins light-heavyweight main event.
In the second round, he knocked out his opponent to win the match.
Ryan Garcia defeated Miguel Carrizoza in September 2017 to claim the vacant NABF Junior Super Featherweight title. In May 2018, he defeated Jayson Velez to win the vacant NABC and WBO-NABO super featherweight belts.
He defeated Jose Lopez by TKO in March 2019 to improve his record to 18-0. In November 2019, Garcia faced Romero Duno for the WBO NABO Lightweight Title. Ryan eliminated Francisco Fonseca in the first round on February 14, 2020.
In April 2021, he defeated Olympic gold winner Luke Campbell in their final match before Campbell’s retirement. After a break, Ryan made his ring comeback in February 2022 and defeated former IBO lightweight champion Emmanuel Tagoe by unanimous decision.
He then won over Javier Fortuna in six rounds via TKO in July 2022.
A Deal worth $700 million
Ryan’s promoter, Oscar De La Hoya, disclosed in September 2019 that he intended to assist the up-and-comer in signing a record $700 million contract.
According to Oscar at the time, he could end up becoming “hands down, the biggest star boxing has ever seen.” The $700 million deal would almost quadruple the 365 million dollar contract that De La Hoya obtained for Saul Alvarez. It was never made clear if such a large-scale agreement actually materialized.
Ryan’s contract with Golden Boy was renewed for a further five years during the same month, however, the specifics of the arrangement were kept under wraps.
Ryan received a $250,000 payout for his knockout victory over Romero Duno after beginning his career with $55,000 in earnings.
He still didn’t feel valued by Golden Boy after receiving a $500,000 payout for the fight, and here is why. Ryan Garcia earned $3 million overall from his fight with Emmanuel Tagoe, which included a 70/30 split of the PPV shares.
In March 2019, Ryan Garcia’s daughter was born. Sean Garcia, Ryan’s brother, is also a professional boxer, and their father has served as one of their trainers. Eddy Reynoso also trained Ryan.
Despite being an American by birth and citizenship, Ryan Garcia proudly honors his Mexican roots. He frequently wears the colors red, white, and blue and brings both the American and Mexican flags to the ring.
Garcia agreed to participate in several television advertisements promoting the company, making him the first boxer from the United States to do so.
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