Ryan García is an American professional boxer who played in the Lightweight and Super Featherweight divisions. As of now, Ryan has a net worth of $10 million today.
He is currently signed five-year with Golden Boy Promotions in September 2019. Additionally, he is ranked as the world's third-best active lightweight by The Ring magazine and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board.
Ryan García was born on 8th August 1998 in Victorville, California, the United States, to parents Henry Garcia and Lisa Garcia. He has three sisters: Demi Garcia, Sasha Garcia, and Kayla Garcia and a brother named Sean Garcia who is also a professional boxer.
He is an American professional boxer who played in the Lightweight and Super Featherweight divisions. Garcia started his boxing career at the young age of 7. When he turned 17, he became a professional bout on June 9, 2016, when he fought against Edgar Meza, winning the match.
Moving forward to his affairs and relationship, Garcia is currently dating his girlfriend Andrea Celina aka Drea Celina. In 2020, it was revealed that his girlfriend was pregnant and they were expecting their first child together. However, the two have not disclosed anything about the birth of their child.
Garcia was previously in a relationship with Catherina Gamez with whom he shares a daughter named Rylie, born in march 2019.
Ryan García is an American professional boxer. As of now, he is ranked as the world's third-best active lightweight by The Ring magazine and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Ryan has a net worth of $10 million, as of 2022. Similarly, he earns around $4.33 thousand a month and $64.69 thousand a year from his YouTube channel.
Ryan began boxing at the tender age of 7. He became a 15-time national amateur champion and amassed an amateur record of 215-15. At the age of 17, Garcia started his professional boxing career on 9th June 2016. His debut match was against Edgar Meza in Tijuana where he won the match by TKO.
In November 2016, he signed a contract with the Golden Boy Promotions. On 17th December 2016, he debuted for the Golden Boy Promotions on the Smith-Hopkins light-heavyweight main event at The Forum where he won the fight in the second round. Likewise, the boxer signed a five-year contract with Golden Boy Promotions in September 2019.
Following his five-year contract with Golden Boy Promotions, Ryan had a match with Romero Duno on 18th September 2019 which he won with a first-round knockout and WBC Silver lightweight title. The next match was against Francisco Fonseca on 14th February at the Honda Centre, Anaheim, this too he won by knocking out Fonseca in the first round.
Another fight he fought against Olympic gold medalist, Luke Campbell at American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas on 2nd January 2021. He hit Luke with a fight-ending body shot in round 7. Recently he had a fight with Joseph Diaz on 27th October 2021 in Los Angeles but he suffered a hand injury and their fight was postponed.