CARSON, CALIF.-As expected Ryan Garcia got stiff competition from hardnosed Puerto Rican Jayson Velez, but retained the NABF and NABO super featherweight titles by unanimous decision on Friday.
Ryan Garcia moves so fast he’s already out-sped two nicknames.
First there was “KingRy” then “Flash,” pretty soon it’s going to be “Gone,” as in baseball jargon for a home run.
Three Punch Combo — Earlier this month, Don King promoted fighter Amir Imam (21-2, 18 KO’s) dropped a hard fought 12-round unanimous decision to Jose Carlos Ramirez
INDIO, Ca.-Crowds gathered hours before the sold out event opened its doors and then saw Ryan Garcia unload a lethal left hook to end the fight in less than
Ryan “KingRy” Garcia strode through a sea of reporters at a media workout handling questions and interviews surprisingly adroit for a prizefighter
RIVERSIDE, Calif.-For decades Mexico has been sending its best across the border to beat up on boxers on this side. […]
A boxing solar eclipse took place as darkness descended on Jesus Soto Karass, but the returning brightness showed a brilliant emerging star in Ryan
A quantum leap took place when Ryan “Kingry” Garcia (pictured) captured the junior NABF super featherweight title last month.
Dozens gathered at a small eatery in Ontario, California, a suburban city that once was home to oranges and dairy […]
INGLEWOOD, CALIF.-WBC super featherweight titlist Miguel Berchelt proved his win was not a fluke and led the fight card with […]