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“I should start drinking to beat (Mike) Tyson” – Ryan Garcia’s controversial confession catches Jake Paul’s attention

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Ryan Garcia has accomplished something no one expected of him. The young fighter defeated the WBO super lightweight champion in spectacular fashion in a clash with a fiery build-up, with both fighters giving it their all. However, during the events, concerns were raised within the warring community about the young fighter’s mental health due to disturbing content he posted on his social media.

However, despite everything, Ryan Garcia came to the boxing ring with new enthusiasm. He completely dominated the champion and earned the victory via majority decision. His victory caught the attention of YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul, who appears to be taking notes from Garcia’s fight. Let’s see what Jake Paul had to say about Garcia’s win.

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Jake Paul’s sarcasm for Ryan Garcia is palpable

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Ryan Garcia was completely dominant in his stance against Devin Haney as he connected on 87 of 214 punches, with a sharp accuracy of 40.7%, while Haney managed to connect on 106 of 285 shots, which is a slightly lower success rate of 37.2%. Garcia notably surged ahead with nearly double the number of power shots landed compared to Haney, with a total of 95 hits versus Haney’s 45. Garcia’s complete dominance was recognized by Jake Paul, who witnessed the fight.

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“Does this mean I have to start drinking to beat Tyson?” said Jake Paul in an Instagram post shared by Ryan Garcia. ‘King Ry’ was overweight on the day of the weigh-in. He was 3 pounds over the division limit, and despite not feeling guilty about the missed weight, Garcia drank a beer and declared his willingness to pay the fine. Quoting this incident, Paul may have had an idea to beat Mike Tyson, which is scheduled for July 20, 2024.

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