Ryan Garcia has no chance against Tank Davis says Jeff Mayweather
By Chris Williams: Ryan Garcia doesn’t stand any chance at all of beating Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis, says Jeff Mayweather.
Jeff says Ryan (23-0, 19 KOs) will get caught in between punches and will be knocked out by Tank (27-0, 25 KOs), and there won’t be no count.
The young 23-year-old Kingry Garcia would increase his chances of winning if he had the patience to get the needed experience to share the ring with Gervonta.
Unfortunately, Ryan is in a big rush to fight Tank, making it clear that he’s cashing out early in his career.
Given that Ryan wants to retire at 26, it makes sense for him to cash out now because the chances are high that he’ll get beaten by one of the contenders if he waits.
The Tank vs. Ryan fight still hasn’t been made, and it’s unclear if it’ll happen in December. Ryan’s promoter Oscar De La Hoya, keeps complaining that he’s not able to make contact with Tank’s management, which is a clear sign the fight isn’t looking good for December.
“I pick Gervonta all the way. I don’t think Ryan has a chance at all,” said Jeff Mayweather to Fighthype, picking Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis over Ryan Garcia.
“Everybody that fought Tank is taller than him. That don’t mean nothing,” said Jeff when asked about Ryan’s size advantage over Gervonta.
“Tank has got something that everybody else don’t have, and that’s the equalizer. It ain’t nothing like Tank,” said Jeff about Ryan Garcia’s left hook.
“No matter what anyone else does, Tank only needs one. He only has to hit you one time, and the fight is over. I haven’t seen Ryan do anything like that, and the last time I seen him, he didn’t look that good.
“Not to knock him or anything, but still, he didn’t look good. He [Ryan] hasn’t looked good in the last couple of fights I’ve seen. So, there’s no way I’m going to jump on his wagon.
“Gervonta, he’s proven himself over and over again, so I think he’s got the best chance of winning. I see it Ryan probably getting caught in between throwing punches. I think if Tank hits him, the fight is over with.
“I don’t think there is going to be a count. There’s not going to be none of that. I think the fight, that’s going to be the end of it,” said Jeff.
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