What is Ryan Garcia's net worth? A look at his fortune as he beats Luke Campbell to become interim WBC champ
Early in the match between Ryan Garcia and Luke Campbell in the boxing ring for the interim WBC lightweight championship at Dallas on Saturday, January 2, Garcia established control through aggression, plowing through Campbell's jab to land his own hard left hooks and straight right hands. The former's hand speed made Campbell uneasy and hindered him from formulating a clear offensive strategy.
But, in Round 2, Campbell fought back. His huge sweeping left hook rocked Garcia's head and dropped the 22-year-old prodigy to the mat. Garcia picked himself up off the floor, composed himself in the corner before immediately taking control of the fight once again, ruling the scorecards and punching his way to the end of the second round. "I've never been dropped in my life," Garcia boasted after the fight. "I think I got a little too excited over the moment. I knew I was in control and I wanted to dog him. I wanted to crack him and he cracked me. ... I was a little dizzy. I ain't gonna lie. But it wasn't that bad," he shared analyzing the match.
Ryan Garcia switched gears mid-fight and made a STATEMENT tonight 😤— DAZN Boxing (@DAZNBoxing) January 3, 2021
Garcia seemed close to getting a stoppage at the end of Round 5, landing a big left hook and right uppercut that sent Campbell onto the ropes. Campbell was saved by the bell before Garcia could follow up. In Round 7, Garcia completed what he had left unfinished earlier, landing a crushing left hook on Campbell's body. Campbell's delayed reaction's brought him to his knees and he could not manage to get back to his feet as the referee's count reached 10, giving Garcia the knockout victory at the 1:58 mark of the round.
Describe Ryan Garcia in one word. pic.twitter.com/C5g9GGwhYu— DAZN Boxing (@DAZNBoxing) January 3, 2021
Who is Ryan Garcia?
The current WBC interim lightweight champion Garcia, started boxing at the age of seven. He became a 15-time national amateur champion and amassed an amateur record of 215-15. He rose to the limelight after an unbeatable record of 20 wins in 20 fights and has earned a colossal amount of wealth from his 20 games giving the best of 17 k.o so far. The Mexican-American boxer has a net worth of $10 million.
According to Sportekz, the highest purse money Garcia so far earned is from the fight against (Romero Duno) upto $250,000. In 2020, he got paid maximum $500,000 purse money and also received the pay-per-view revenue share. Apart from this, the average annual salary of the boxers is reported to be around $51,370, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
He loves luxury cars and even has one which costs him around $100,000. He’s often posted photos of his prized possessions on Instagram, which includes Audi RS7, which has a starting price of around $113,900. The total value of his assets in the current market rate is estimated to be more than $300,000.
Ryan has three sisters, Demi, Sasha, and Kayla and a brother who is also a professional boxer named Sean García. His parents are Henry and Lisa García. His parents were actively involved in his amateur career. They continue to assist Ryan with his professional career as his father remains one of his trainers and his mother works as his Personal Administrative Assistant for commercial projects. In March 2019, García's daughter was born. Garcia is not married. Previously, he was in a relationship with Catherine Gamez, who is the mother of Garcia's daughter, Rylie
Luke Campbell tells Ryan Garcia that he is the hardest puncher he’s ever faced. 💥 pic.twitter.com/eQlmcd101j— DAZN Boxing (@DAZNBoxing) January 3, 2021
Who is Luke Campbell?
Campbell, 33, is a British professional boxer who has twice challenged for lightweight world titles. At the regional level he held the WBC Silver and Commonwealth lightweight titles from 2016 to 2017. As an amateur, Campbell won gold at the 2008 European Championships, silver at the 2011 World Championships, and gold at the 2012 Olympics, all in the bantamweight division. Campbell's net worth is estimated to be $8 million. Luke has two sons with his wife Lynsey Kraanen and supports the local football team Hull City where he was born. Campbell has a notable boxing heritage, with his grandfather having been an Irish boxing champion.
After the game, Campbell tweeted, "Well I’m honestly heart broken, I really wanted to bring the win back for you all. I’m sorry for that. I hope you all enjoyed the fight. Have to take my hat off to @KingRyanG, well done and a massive future ahead for him. I wish him all the best."
Well I’m honestly heart broken, I really wanted to bring the win back for you all. I’m sorry for that. I hope you all enjoyed the fight. Have to take my hat off to @KingRyanG, well done and a massive future ahead for him. I wish him all the best. pic.twitter.com/hCVvillSm2— Luke Campbell MBE (@luke11campbell) January 3, 2021