Ryan Garcia isn’t too involved about sure elements that some have described as potential crimson flags going into his showdown with Gervonta Davis.
The 2 stars are set to swap punches this Saturday in a 12-round, 136-pound bout at T-Cellular Enviornment in Las Vegas.
A lot has been made concerning the rehydration clause that Davis’ aspect imposed on Garcia, proscribing the light-weight star from Victorville, California, from coming in as heavy as he desires after the weigh-in. Garcia and his promoter Oscar De La Hoya have repeatedly needled Davis and his representatives for requiring that stipulation for his or her battle.
And far has additionally been made about the truth that Garcia declined a tune-up bout earlier this 12 months in favor of going straight right into a battle with Baltimore’s Davis. Garcia has not battle since final July, when he stopped Javier Fortuna in six rounds.
However Garcia apparently hasn’t been phased by these so-called disadvantages. The 24-year-old believes he’ll thrive towards Davis since Davis has not contractually barred him from utilizing his finest weapon: the left hook.
“If you understand how to battle, you understand how to battle, that’s it,” Garcia mentioned on the Boxing with Chris Mannix Podcast in discounting the potential draw back of getting not fought in about 9 months. “I’m simply a kind of guys, naturally, [who] is aware of what to do in a hoop. Some folks have it. I simply really feel such as you’re a pure, gifted fighter, and that’s what I’m. I’m a pure, gifted fighter who understands vary, actual fast, understands what’s occurring. I perceive what I obtained to do. All I’ve to do is get my punches sharp and I’m blessed with it. I’m gonna come into the ring towards Gervonta with it.
“So long as he didn’t take [my left hook] from the contract, I’m OK. Take all the things else. Take all the things from me. Don’t take away my left hook, and we’re good to go.”