Ryan Garcia: “Bring On All The Top Guys At 140”

Who Does Ryan Garcia Fight Next at 140?

Ryan Garcia wants all top fighters at 140
Ryan Garcia wants all top fighters at 140

Ryan Garcia Seeking Titles and Top Fighters at 140 Next

Former WBC Interim lightweight champion “King” Ryan Garcia (23-1, 19KO) is ready to continue his career against the best fighters in the junior welterweight division. Moreover, he believes that winning a championship in the division is within reach.

On April 22, Garcia came up short in the biggest fight of his career by Gervonta “Tank” Davis. This fight got tagged as the winner becoming the face of boxing, and Davis quickly claimed the title following the victory.

Garcia was confident going into the fight and wanted to silence the detractors that believed he was mentally weak. Whether he did or didn’t in the Davis fight will be up for debate.


During the post-fight press conference, the Californian spoke on what’s next.

“140, I’m going to 140. You know this fight is not going to deter me too much of my dream. I got in there with one of the best, we fought . . . I did what I had to get in the ring. But I’ll feel much stronger at 140 . . . I’m gonna go up and fight the top fighters at 140, and that’s what I plan to do.”

Garcia believes he will be a champion in the division and wants to fight any of the top guys.

“140, I’m coming for you . . . all the top guys, I know a lot of people are going to call me out, so bring them all on.”

It is good that King Ryan isn’t looking to tuck his tail between his legs and run away from the sport. Also, the junior welterweight division is stacked with names like champions Regis Prograis, Subriel Matias, and Josh Taylor. Then you have top contenders in Arnold Barbosa, Jack Catterall, Gary Antuanne Russell, Teofimo Lopez, and Rolando Romero. It won’t be a walk in the park for Garcia at junior welterweight.

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Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for 3kingsboxing.com as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."