Ryan García, an undefeated boxing sensation, has already made a phenomenal start in 2021. The 22-year-old boxer became the first American boxer to sign a national sponsorship deal with Gatorade earlier this week.
Garcia, who defeated Luke Campbell in the seventh round of TKO earlier this month and won the vacant WBC provisional lightweight title, is one of the most exciting young names in martial arts today. Oscar De La Hoya took a young boxer under his wings as a main member of the Golden Boy Promotions, which allowed “Flash” to cruise to an impressive 21-0 career record. did.
Jeff Kearney, Global Head of Sports Marketing at Gatorade, said: “We are proud to fuel all types of athletes. The world of martial arts we have supported for many years is no exception.” Bringing Ryan to the national level of the United States is no exception. It only strengthens its commitment, which is a testament to his talent and work ethic. “
Garcia, who called on Gatorade to sponsor a few years ago, joined other professional athletes sponsored by the company, including Fernando Tatis Jr., Matthew Wolff, Zion Williamson, Jayson Tatum, and Sydney McLaughlin. I will. A 22-year-old boxing sensation was brought to social media to celebrate his historic moment.
“Four years ago I asked @Gatorade To sponsor me, and now I’m officially part of the team and the first professional boxer to sign a domestic contract in the United States. This is really a dream come true. Legends hype and use Gatorade IM !!! “
Garcia has some time to celebrate his new sponsorship deal, but an ambitious boxing champion will sooner or later fill his hands inside the ring. Garcia has already been linked to a potential confrontation with WBA (regular) lightweight champion Gervonta Davis, but “Flash” may have even bigger plans for 2021.
Garcia actually wants to take his newly discovered stardom and land a major battle with boxing legend Manny Pacquiao. ESPN.. It will be one of the biggest battles in 2021 and will take Garcia’s new Gatorade contract to a whole new level. Garcia used social media earlier this week to advertise a potential clash with “Pac-Man.”
“Dreams have come true. I’m honored to share the ring. @mannypacquiao I always respect that you were inside and outside the ring. This is the best man win. “
This may be big news for Garcia and his fans, but lightweight youth must win even when the lights are brightest. At the very least, you can drink gatorade between rounds.
– MMA Sports
Ryan Garcia will be the first American boxer to sign a domestic contract with Gatorade
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