Ryan Garcia Biography
Ryan Garcia is an American of Mexican descent. His parents were Henry Garcia and Lisa Garcia on August 8, 1998. His father had the idea of becoming a boxer (like his brother, Sergio Garcia), but he decided against it and became an instructor.
He began his training with Ryan at the age of 7 and also coached his son Sean, Sean Garcia, and his best friend Lawrence the Dawg King who is a professional middleweight. Sean began his career in the year 2017 with a fight in the super bantamweight division.
Ryan had a long training time with his brother, father, and friend as well as with his uncle, who quit boxing when the time came to marry. Ryan has three siblings (sisters) in addition to Sean.
Boxer, along with his younger brother receives a lot of support from their father and mother and has been US Boxing Officials (Fans). The Victorville boxer, born in California, is now based in Los Angeles.
He is well-known due to his remarkable professional record and is also popular via social networks. As of the moment of time of writing, he’s got more than 104,000 Twitter followers, who began following him in June 2016.
Flash the Flash, as he’s affectionately referred to, also has impressive Instagram followers of about 1.3 million. He is always trying to find ways to help society and has made several philanthropic contributions. The year 2017 was the first time he opened his Boxing Club in High Desert with new gym equipment, and the sum of $1,000.
Ryan Garcia information
Real Name – Ryan Garcia
Nickname – The Flash, Kingry
Nationality – American
Ethnicity – Hispanic
Profession: Professional boxer
Religion – Christianity
Ryan Garcia Personal Life
Date of Birth – August 08, 1998
Age – 22 Years (According to 2021)
Birth Place – Victorville, California, United States
Zodiac/Sun sign – Leo
Nationality – American
Job Description – Professional boxer
Ryan Garcia Physical Stats, Weight & Age
Height: 5’10 inches 173 millimeters 1.78 m
Weight – 72 kg, 178.5 pounds
Age: 22 years old (According to up to 2021)
Eye Color – Dark Brown
Hair Color – Dark Brown
Sexual Orientation – Straight
Ryan Garcia Distinctive Features
Smile with a dimple
Ryan Garcia Educational Qualification
Qualification – Unknown
School – Unknown
College – None, N/A
Ryan Garcia Family
Father – Henry Garcia
Father’s Profession – Remains one of his instructors
Mother – Lisa Garcia
Mother’s Profession – Was his personal administrative assistant for commercial projects
Siblings – Demi, Sasha, Kayla (Sister), Sean Garcia (Brother)
Ryan Garcia Life & Career
Ryan Garcia fights under the super featherweight division. Ryan Garcia made his debut as a professional in June 9th, 2016, in an encounter with Edgar Meza that he won in the first round following a KO.
The fight was held in Tijuana, Baja California. The Flash already held an impressive record of 215-15 in his professional career. Flash could also hold 14 national titles.
He was first at Silver Gloves, National Pals, Junior Golden Gloves, and even Junior Olympics. He was also second at his 2014 Junior Worlds event.
Ryan “Kingry” Garcia was appointed as a boxer by Golden Boy Promotions under the direction of Oscar De La Hoya in the year 2016. The boxer is currently 24th out of 1,478 around the world, and fourth from 174 players on the United States. In his 16 fights, 13 of them were knockouts (KOs).
He also has fought Hector Garcia, LuisLozano, Christian Cruz, Jonathan Cruz, Mario Aguirre, Jose Antonio Martinez, Tyrone Luckey, Mario Macias, Cesar Alan Valenzuela Noe Martinez Raygoza Fernando Vargas and Jayson Velez in his professional life.
Ryan took home his NABF Junior Super featherweight championship in the year 2017 and kept it after two legal battles. On May 4, 2018, Ryan was awarded both the NABO as well as the NABF super featherweight titles.
A truly surprising win came during his bout with Miguel Carrizoza in 2017, in which he knocked him out within less than 30 seconds. On September 1, 2018, He fought Carlos Morales at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, California.
Ryan won the match after the 10th round based on the basis of a crucial decision. Even though he took the win the contest, it was viewed by some as being mediocre and it was not in the hype that it had been marketed to.
Three sisters: Demi, Sasha, and Kayla as well as an older brother who is a professional boxer, named Sean Garcia. They were Henry as well as Lisa Garcia.
His parents were active in his professional career. They are still helping Ryan with his professional endeavors since his father is still one of his coaches. his mother is his personal assistant to the office for commercial projects.
While he is American-born and has citizenship, Garcia often incorporates his Mexican heritage into his personal. He typically carries his US as well as Mexican flags on his ring and is often seen wearing the colors white, red, and blue.
It is currently promoted by Golden Boy Boxing. Although he isn’t fluent in Spanish however, he’s currently being trained by Eddy Reynoso, who also is the coach of Saul “Canelo” Alvarez. But Henry Garcia, his dad Henry Garcia translates as he remains as the second assistant to the team training.