Ryan Garcia: 5 Things to Know About the Boxer Who Was Expelled by the WBC


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Ryan Garcia rose to prominence as a boxer when he was still a teenager. After making his professional debut in 2016, he went on to win the 2021 World Boxing Council (WBC) interim lightweight title. However, by 2024, Ryan’s career took a sharp turn after he seemingly announced his retirement, then was expelled by the WBC.

Learn more about Ryan and his career below.

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In 2016, Ryan was only 17 years old when he made his professional debut. Against Edgar Meza, he won by TKO and signed with Golden Boy Promotions.

Born in Victorville, California, Ryan comes from a large family, who has closely supported his boxing career. His father has worked as one of Ryan’s trainers, while his mother has been his Personal Administrative Assistant. In 2019, Ryan welcomed daughter Rylie with ex Catherine Gomez and daughter Bela in 2020 with ex-wife Andrea Celina. Ryan and Drea also share a son named Henry.

Throughout his career, Ryan won 24 out of 26 total fights, and won by TKO in 20 of them.

In 2022, it was revealed that Ryan ventured into training in jiu-jitsu in addition to professional boxing.

In July 2024, Ryan was expelled from the WBC because he went on several racist and derogatory tirades on social media. According to multiple outlets, he ranted against several groups of people about their race, sexuality and religion.


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Ryan Garcia rose to prominence as a boxer when he was still a teenager. After making his professional debut in 2016, he went on to win the 2021 World Boxing Council (WBC) interim lightweight title. However, by 2024, Ryan’s career took a sharp turn after he seemingly announced his retirement, then was expelled by the WBC.

Learn more about Ryan and his career below.

In 2016, Ryan was only 17 years old when he made his professional debut. Against Edgar Meza, he won by TKO and signed with Golden Boy Promotions.

Born in Victorville, California, Ryan comes from a large family, who has closely supported his boxing career. His father has worked as one of Ryan’s trainers, while his mother has been his Personal Administrative Assistant. In 2019, Ryan welcomed daughter Rylie with ex Catherine Gomez and daughter Bela in 2020 with ex-wife Andrea Celina. Ryan and Drea also share a son named Henry.

Throughout his career, Ryan won 24 out of 26 total fights, and won by TKO in 20 of them.

In 2022, it was revealed that Ryan ventured into training in jiu-jitsu in addition to professional boxing.

In July 2024, Ryan was expelled from the WBC because he went on several racist and derogatory tirades on social media. According to multiple outlets, he ranted against several groups of people about their race, sexuality and religion.



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