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Ryan Garcia Pens 4-Word Response to Oscar De La Hoya’s Scathing Diss of Floyd Mayweather

Published 04/06/2023, 2:57 AM EDT

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The fight between Ryan Garcia and Gervonta Davis is just around the corner. One of the most anticipated fights of this year has garnered a lot of attention from different corners of the world. And recently, an old video of Floyd Mayweather‘s opinions after Gervonta Davis vs. Isaac Cruz, where he’s talking about Ryan Garcia, surfaced online. Whatever Mayweather said in the video did not sit well with Garcia’s promoter, Oscar De La Hoya, as he made an Instagram Reel around the video. Even Ryan Garcia shared the reel on his Instagram Story and expressed his thoughts on the video.

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The fight between Ryan Garcia and Gervonta Davis will take place Apr 22, 2023. The bout, at one point, was bending towards the direction of ‘not going to happen’, but the fighters and their promoters found a way to make this fight happen for the fans. Fans are excited about the upcoming fight. Recently, the undercards of the event were also revealed which got fans got very much excited for the night.

Ryan Garcia on De La Hoya’s response to Floyd Mayweather


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Now, Floyd Mayweather was talking about how nowadays, people judge fights on the basis of knockouts. But that is not really the case, as even if there is no knockout in the fight, it doesn’t mean its trash, as being smart during the fight is more important to a fighter, according to him.

Then he jumped on to his opinions on Ryan Garcia, where he talked about how Garcia has his followers from YouTube, while Tank’s fans were there because of his boxing skills. So he stated that Garcia is a Youtuber, while “Tank is a fighter.


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Recently, Oscar De La Hoya made a response video to these statements, where he proved Mayweather wrong about Garcia not being a fighter. He even told Floyd Mayweather that Garcia was going to knock down Gervonta Davis on Apr 22nd. He said, “I can’t wait, April 22nd, Ryan Garcia f**king knocking out Tank Davis.

Garcia shared this video on his Instagram Story and expressed the hilarity of the situation. He appreciated De La Hoya for coming in support of him and wrote in his Story, “Haha Oscar is funny 😂“.

So this feud between Davis and Garcia is quite old, and it’s apparent that the fighters don’t see eye to eye with each other. Recently, Garcia even called Tank an “emotional” human being.

Garcia calls Gervonta Davis “an emotional guy”


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In a recent interview with the YouTube channel Complex, Ryan Garcia spoke about how ‘Tank’ gets offended very easily. And he doesn’t have any self-control over his emotions, which is not a good sign to show as a fighter, according to Ryan Garcia.

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He said, “I saw an emotional guy that hasn’t had any self-reflection and just reacts to everything.” Furthermore, he added, “He gets offended really easily, even when people don’t go for him.


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Now, Ryan Garcia stated that Tank needs a constant amount of validation from his peers to feel good about himself. Now, it’ll be out in front of the world if that’s true about him, on Apr 22, 2023. What are your thoughts about Gervonta Davis being an emotional person? Let us know in the comments section.

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Chirag Radhyan

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Chirag Radhyan is a Boxing Writer at EssentiallySports. He has authored over 300 articles and loves to talk about the animosity between athletes, leading up to a fight. His coverage of the off-court drama between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury received widespread appreciation from readers.

Edited By: Amal Joyce