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Boxing: Ryan Garcia vs Luke Campbell




Garcia vs Campbell



The only 22-year-old Ryan Garcia (20-0-0, 17 knockouts) will take on Luke Campbell (20-3-0, 16 knockouts) next night in Dallas (USA) for the vacant WBC interim world championship in the lightweight  Ring. 

First boxing cracker in 2021: super talent Ryan Garcia facing a practical test!

He is considered to be one of the most talented and promising US hopes of the future - Ryan Garcia.  The undefeated 22-year-old wants to celebrate his biggest success to date tonight.  In the fight for the WBC interim world championship in the lightweight, Garcia wants to defeat the British Luke Campbell in the American Airlines Center in Dallas (USA).

The highly-traded sun boy, who is particularly popular with the female audience, was able to impressively win all of his 20 professional fights (17 Ko’s).  Ryan Garcia decided his last four competitions prematurely.  The youngster has been training under Canelo coach Eddy Reynoso for some time.

At yesterday's “Weigh-In”, Ryan Garcia and Luke Campbell each weighed exactly 61.235 kilograms!
 Experts claim that there has been an enormous leap in performance since Garcia has been working alongside "Canelo" Alvarez and under the leadership of head trainer Reynoso.  How good the ambitious climber really is, however, will probably only become apparent in the fight against Luke Campbel, who is eleven years older than him!

Campbell, who was crowned Olympic bantamweight champion in London in 2012, undoubtedly has the greater experience on his side.  Most recently, the British southpaw came in the World Cup fight against Vasyl Lomachenko (after all) over the full distance of twelve rounds.  Even if Luke Campbell is the first big touchstone;  With the bookmakers Ryan Garcia is still the clear favorite!

Already at the beginning of the new year, boxing fans can look forward to an interesting duel in the lightweight: The 22-year-old Ryan Garcia (20-0-0, 17 Ko's) will face Luke Campbell (20-3) on January 2nd in Dallas (USA)  -0, 16 Ko's) to box for the vacant WBC interim World Cup!

 First big test for Ryan Garcia?

He is considered to be one of the most talented and promising US hopes of the future - Ryan Garcia.  The undefeated 22-year-old wants to celebrate his biggest success to date on the first weekend of the new year.  In the fight for the WBC interim world championship in the lightweight, Garcia wants to defeat the British Luke Campbell in the American Airlines Center in Dallas (USA).

The highly-traded sun boy, who is particularly popular with the female audience, was able to impressively win all of his 20 professional fights (17 Ko’s).  Ryan Garcia decided his last four competitions prematurely.  The youngster has been training under Canelo coach Eddy Reynoso for some time.

Experts claim that there has been an enormous leap in performance since Garcia has been working alongside "Canelo" Alvarez and under the leadership of head trainer Reynoso.  How good the ambitious climber really is, however, will probably only become apparent in the fight against Luke Campbel, who is eleven years older than him!

Campbell, who was crowned Olympic bantamweight champion in London in 2012, undoubtedly has the greater experience on his side.  Most recently, the British southpaw came in the World Cup fight against Vasyl Lomachenko (after all) over the full distance of twelve rounds.  Even if Luke Campbell is the first big touchstone;  With the bookmakers Ryan Garcia is still the clear favorite!

Young star Ryan Garcia and ex-Olympic champion Luke Campbell will face each other in the fight for the WBC's interim world championships.

The matriculation examination

At the end of a turbulent year of boxing, enthusiasts of this sport can look forward to another real treat.  Ryan Garcia (20-0-0, 17 KOs), who has been a future superstar for some time, will take the next step in his hopeful career and let his fists fly against the experienced Briton Luke Campbell (20-3-0, 16 KOs)  .  For the 22-year-old Garcia it is the first big challenge, while his eleven-year-old opponent may see the last chance for a world championship belt.  At stake is the WBC's interim belt, which could lead to a title fight against world champion Devin Haney.  On December 5, the ring gong will sound at an as yet undefined venue in the USA.

“It's been a tough year for everyone, but I'm happy to give the fans an escape from it all for one evening… or, if you look at my statistics, for a few minutes at most.  Luke's fight record speaks for itself, but I'm ready to silence the doubters.  This is my era and December 5th is just the beginning, ”says“ The Flash ”Garcia confidently.  In fact, his appearances in the ring were often short-lived.  Against Francisco Fonseca and Romero Duno he was able to achieve knockout victories in the first round.  Under the guidance of Canelo coach Eddy Reynoso, Garcia has developed bit by bit.

Performance advancement will also be necessary if Garcia is to hold its own against Campbell.  He last boxed in August 2019, when he lost to what is probably the best boxer in the world - Vasiliy Lomachenko - on points.  In these twelve rounds, however, the 2012 Olympic champion gave a good picture and proved that he can rightly be regarded as one of the top lightweights.  “There has been a lot of talk and he's sure to be a highly respected boxer, but I'll prove that this fight comes way too soon for him.  I've boxed in the US before so this won't be new to me or my team.  With or without fans, the only thing I can guarantee is that I will come back to England with a win, ”said Campbell.

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