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Eddy Reynoso Drops Ryan Garcia Truth Bomb Following Beef With Canelo Alvarez

Published 07/07/2022, 7:00 AM EDT

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Ryan Garcia is one of the most well-known boxers in the lightweight division. He made his professional boxing debut in 2016, and ever since then, he has amassed an unblemished record. Let’s look at what his previous trainer, Eddy Reynoso, has to say about him.

Eddy Reynoso has trained some of the most sensational fighters of our time, including Cesar Martinez, Oscar Valdez, Andy Ruiz Jr., and many more. Reynoso also served Ryan Garcia as a coach before they split up after 3 years together. While talking to ‘Fight Hub TV’, the coach stated, “Facts speak, He’s had more than 30 fights, and he’s won. It’s because he’s in the gym. But people start to talk if he’s disciplined or undisciplined. At the end of the day, he’s undefeated, won all his fights & that talks if he’s disciplined or not.” 


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Garcia’s former coach feels that the new kid is a disciplined athlete who gives immense time to his sport. Whatever people might say about the boxer, his work speaks volumes about him. 

The bitter feud between Canelo Alvarez and Ryan Garcia 

The Mexican superstar Canelo Alvarez and the rising ‘KingRy’ have both been under the tutelage of the revered coach Eddy Reynoso. Recently, Garcia gave a voice to his predictions about the upcoming Canelo Alvarez vs Gennady Golovkin match. He expressed that GGG would emerge as the winner. 


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The Mexican king was talking at ‘The DAZN Boxing Show’ where he had some words ready for Garcia. Alvarez stated, “He’s just mad for something, he’s no longer in the team. He’s always going to be versus us, no matter what. But he’s a little kid. You need to understand him. He needs to learn a lot of things.”


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The 31-year-old champion feels that Garcia is in the early days of his career and doesn’t have the maturity to gauge such a big fight. Moreover, he also stated that Garcia is out of the team, and maybe that is the reason he is making all these statements. 

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Furthermore, Alvarez is set to face GGG on September 17. On the other hand, Garcia will be facing Javier Fortuna on July 16. Both the fights are highly anticipated by fans.

What do you think about Reynoso’s remark on Garcia? Share it in the comments section below. 



Shashank Wankhede

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Shashank Wankhede is a Boxing writer at EssentiallySports. When it comes to boxing, the blockbuster film 'Rocky' sparked his interest in the sport. He holds Muhammad Ali in great regard and is a sincere admirer of his narrative, struggle, and accomplishments.

Edited By: Ajinkya Aswale