Ryan Garcia’s difficulties getting again within the ring proceed as information broke Friday afternoon that the 23-year-old had suffered a hand damage and a deliberate Nov. 27 showdown with Joseph Diaz Jr. can be postponed, the promotion introduced. The information comes barely a couple of week after the bout was formally introduced.
Garcia was scheduled to face Javier Fortuna on July 9 when he withdrew to deal with his psychological well being. Garcia confronted some criticism on the time, with allegations that the younger star was not a totally dedicated boxer regardless of a dramatic January knockout of Luke Campbell in a struggle the place Garcia picked himself up from the canvas after struggling a brutal knockdown. Garcia’s velocity and expertise have been clear however his embrace of social media has drawn destructive consideration from some corners of the boxing world.
A struggle with Diaz would mark the primary time Garcia has ever confronted a former world champion. Diaz is a former featherweight and tremendous featherweight champion and gained the interim WBC light-weight title in his most up-to-date struggle, stepping in for Garcia to take a large determination over Fortuna.
Garcia will endure surgical procedure for the damage on Monday and is anticipated to be sidelined into 2022.
“I need to thank my followers for all of the continued assist,” Garcia said. “We’re suspending my subsequent struggle for a few months because of a major hand damage that requires rapid surgical procedure. I’ll endure surgical procedure at Cedars-Sinai on Monday. I promise early 22 I’ll return higher, quicker, and stronger than ever. I really like you guys!”
https://www.cbssports.com/boxing/information/ryan-garcia-suffers-significant-hand-injury-postpones-nov-27-bout-with-joseph-diaz-jr/ | Ryan Garcia suffers ‘important’ hand damage, postpones Nov. 27 bout with Joseph Diaz Jr.