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Ryan Garcia’s Father Sues Bryce Hall, Taylor Holder, and Nate Wyatt for Alleged $750,000 Non-payment

Published 11/19/2023, 2:33 AM EST

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Bryce Hall, along with two other co-influencers, is being sued by his boxing trainer, who held his hands throughout his influencer boxing matches. The aforementioned boxing coach is claiming that Hall and his colleagues underwent training from him for the “Social Gloves: Battle of the Platforms” event, but have refused to pay him as per their arrangement.

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Hall has since moved on from his boxing days to bare-knuckle fighting. This marked Hall’s return to the boxing ring after a hiatus following his defeat to YouTuber Austin McBroom in a 2021 white-collar boxing match. The aggrieved boxing coach has alleged remunerations pending upwards of $750,000 from Bryce Hall, Taylor Holder, and Nate Wyatt combined.

Ryan Garcia’s father is suing his pupils for not paying him as agreed


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Much recently, Henry Garcia has initiated a lawsuit against Bryce Hall, Taylor Holder and Nate Wyatt, alleging fraud in connection to unpaid fees for training the influencers ahead of an amateur fight. As per him, the influencer received handsome money for their participation in the fights and agreed to pay him 10% of their earnings later.


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Bryce Hall, renowned for his nearly 24 million TikTok followers, reportedly received $5 million for his involvement in the ‘Social Gloves: Battle of the Platforms’ event in June 2021. Taylor Holder, boasting around 20 million followers, was said to have been compensated $2 million, while Wyatt, with 6.1 million followers, received $500,000.


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The amount sums up to the alleged $750,000 which he claims to be hanging to this day. Garcia stated that over the course of two months in 2021, he spent countless hours using his own resources and staff to train the influencers suitably. Maybe this was the reason, the relationship between Hall and Ryan Garcia was also spoiled a year after his fight against Austin McBroom.

Bryce Hall called Ryan Garcia out for a UFC fight

Bryce Hall tried to redeem himself after his devastating loss against McBroom back in 2021. However, he was still getting ties with many opponents for a fight. One of them included the renowned boxer, Ryan Garcia. This is from the time when Hall made a post on X, indicating that he could take on Garcia in an MMA fight at UFC 271.


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This callout didn’t sit well with the boxer. So, in response to Bryce Hall’s musings about potential opponents shared across social media, undefeated boxer KingRy humorously commented regarding Bryce’s UFC 271 challenge. With a touch of jest, KingRy declared, “If I don’t KO (knockout) you in 20 seconds, you win.


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Now these callouts could never come to fruition, and Hall moved on with his career in the BKFC. However, now he has been sued by his former trainer. What are your thoughts about this? Tell us in the comments section.

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Written by:

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.
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Purva Jain