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11 minutes ago — Ryan Garcia returns for his second fight of 2022 with a step up in competition.

📺📱👉Ryan Garcia vs. Javier Fortuna Boxing Live📺📱👉

One of boxing's biggest stars returns to the ring as Ryan Garcia Originally set to fight one another in 2021, Ryan Garcia and Javier Fortuna will finally face off in the ring. On July 16,

Fighting words from Ryan Garcia and Javier Fortuna

By Manouk Akopyan

The buildup for the Ryan Garcia-Javier Fortuna fight has mostly been a respectable one. Here’s what both fighters have had to say leading up to the fight.

Ryan Garcia

“I grew up [in Southern California], I have seen games here, this is Kobe’s house. I identify with him and the Mamba Mentality, and I am grateful to be able to fight at the Arena. I have seen every style here and now I am fighting here. It’s a dream come true

“There have been a few things that have been out of our control that has prevented me from staying active. I feel like with things better now, there are more fights in my future. I haven’t taken any damage. I feel good, I am healthy and ready to go.

“I think of every possibility to make fights in boxing. Both parties can come to an agreement, they need to be fair to each other and to the fights. Don’t be greedy, be firm, be fair and let’s look at the data.

“This game is about adjustments, you can’t bank on the same thing every day. What matters most is that you do the best you can with the hand you are dealt in that moment.”

“It doesn’t matter if you are not 100%. We are at the point where that doesn’t even matter. I am at the point that it wouldn’t matter if I am at 65%, I am destroying Fortuna. He cannot beat me. I am levels above him.”

“I want Tank Davis next, that is what I have said. I know that Tank is a big fighter and so am I. Whoever wins that fight is the next face of boxing.”

Golden Boy Boxing’s biggest attraction returns to the spotlight on Saturday, July 16th at the Arena in Los Angeles. Lightweight contender Ryan Garcia (22-0, 18 KOs) makes his second appearance of 2022, this time in a special 140 lbs fight against Dominican veteran Javier Fortuna (37-3-1-2 NCs, 26 KOs).

Even thought Fortuna has established himself as a tricky opponent and a fringe (if not outright) top-10 lightweight, DraftKings Sportsbook still has Garcia as a massive favorite in a fight that was moved up a weight class at the request of Fortuna’s team.

There’s a free live stream of the prelims starting at 5 PM ET/2 PM PT at the top of the page, followed by DAZN’s broadcast of the four-fight main card at 8 PM ET/5PM PT. The main event should start at around 11 PM ET/8 PM PT but that depends on how long the undercard fights roll along. If you don’t have DAZN, has this event for $34.99 and you get a free month of DAZN with your purchase.

Ryan Garcia has plenty of both. After a 2021 knockout of Luke Campbell, the substance beneath those profitable intangibles began to emerge. Whether his talent is ultimately a match for his potential as a draw remains to be seen.

Saturday (DAZN, 8 PM), Garcia gets what on paper should be one of his toughest assignments. Veteran Javier Fortuna has been around the block a time or two in his thirteen-year career and while he hasn’t won them all, he’s got a depth of experience Garcia is years from acquiring.

Garcia may or may not fight at lightweight again, as this is his second straight fight this year with a weight over 135, and this one’s a full 140. His future is probably at 140, anyway, and to be fair to him, at 23 he may just have out-grown lightweight; he’s a big 135, and the time may simply be here to move up.

The undercard has three WBA eliminators — two on the main card, one on the prelims — plus Alexis Rocha returning on the main card in a 10-round welterweight bout, and more!

【!!LiVe@sTREaMs!%!HD@!】Ryan Garcia vs Javier Fortuna Boxing Live! On 16th of July 2022

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