Ryan Garcia sensational future star of boxing SIGNED (twice) fight WORN hand wrap from his stunning KO victory against Miguel Carrizoza.
Ryan Garcia vs Miguel Carrizoza, NABF Junior Super Featherweight Title, 15th September 2017, MGM Grand, Marquee Ballroom, Las Vegas.
Ryan Garcia Scores Sensational, 30-Second KO in ESPN Fight.
LAS VEGAS – Ryan Garcia put on a spectacular, swift show Friday night.
Garcia needed just 30 seconds to knock out Miguel Carrizoza in a fight ESPN2 televised from MGM Grand’s Marquee Ballroom. Garcia clipped Carrizoza with a right hand that sent Carrizoza to the canvas less than 20 seconds into the fight.
A stunned Carrizoza got up, but Garcia drilled him with a short left hand that floored Carrizoza again and forced referee Jay Nady to stop the scheduled 10-round fight just 30 seconds into it.
The 19-year-old Garcia (11-0, 10 KOs), who’s represented by Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions, won a seventh straight bout by knockout. Mexico’s Carrizoza (10-2, 2 KOs) lost by knockout for the first time in his four-year pro career.
Garcia, of Victorville, California, won the vacant NABF 130-pound championship in a bout broadcast by ESPN2 as part of the “Golden Boy on ESPN” series.
Ryan Garcia, all of 19 years, wins by knockout in 30 seconds
One day, Victorville’s Ryan Garcia hopes to participate on a pay-per-view card such as the one Saturday featuring the Canelo Alvarez-Gennady Golovkin showdown.
Garcia, 19, showed the potential to reach such a spot Friday during an ESPN Desportes card at MGM Grand’s Marquee Ballroom, posting a first-round knockout of Mexico’s Miguel Carrizoza in 30 seconds.
“I didn’t expect that. Carrizoza has never been knocked down. He fought a friend of mine and went the distance, and they tell me he spars World champions,” said Garcia, a super-featherweight who is unbeaten in 11 fights, winning 10 by knockout.
“I expected some competitive work, but I’ve seen the opportunity and I attacked.”
Former middleweight champion Bernard Hopkins, calling the fight on television, turned around to print reporters and exclaimed, “Not only is he handsome, he can fight!”
A Garcia handler said the plan is to keep the talented prospect busy, with another fight coming by December.
The explosiveness of his punches “comes from over the years … I’ve learned to channel the energy in your hand. You can channel it - boom! – and it just comes out. If you see the opportunity, you’ve got to shoot it."
Garcia added that the knockout "was 80 percent leverage.”
Condition fight WORN & intact along with markings applied by the Nevada State Athletic Commissioner along with being SIGNED by Ryan in two separate areas on the wrap.
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Ryan "Kingry" Garcia Wins The NABF Jr. Lightweight Championship With A 1st Rd KO
Golden Boy Signs Major Lightweight Prospect Ryan Garcia
Los Angeles Times, November 7, 2016
Golden Boy Promotions Chairman Oscar De La Hoya said he believes he’s landed one of the most exciting boxing prospects available with the addition of 18-year-old lightweight Ryan Garcia.
De La Hoya announced the deal Monday and said the Victorville-based fighter will make his debut under the Golden Boy banner Dec. 17 on the non-HBO portion of the Bernard Hopkins-Joe Smith Jr. light-heavyweight main event at the Forum.
A former 15-time national amateur champion, Garcia (6-0, five knockouts) has fought exclusively in Mexico until now. As an amateur, he was 215-15. He has fought since the age of 7.
“His amateur pedigree is among the best I’ve ever seen; his skill set is far beyond his 18 years … I expect enormous things from Ryan and am excited to work with him as he embarks on a career that I’m sure will include multiple World championships,” De La Hoya said in a prepared statement.
“I can’t wait to get in the ring and start showing the World what I’m capable of,” Garcia said.
Golden Boy Promotions has signed yet another standout Southern California prospect, inking a multi-year deal with 15-time national champion Ryan Garcia.
The Victorville-born Garcia, who compiled an incredible 215-15 record as an amateur, has already emerged victorious six times since turning pro this June and will make his Golden Boy debut on the undercard of Bernard Hopkins final fight on December 17th at the Fabulous Forum.
Garcia, who started boxing at the age of seven and has always trained with his father in the family garage, has gotten off to a lightening-fast start in the pros, delivering five knockouts in his first six fights. Garcia' achievements in the amateur ranks have been nothing short of incredible:
* 15-time National Gold Medal Champion.