Light welterweight star Ryan Garcia posted on social media, letting his 10+ followers know that his home was burglarized during Super Bowl weekend in Las Vegas. The 25-year-old Garcia (24-1, 20 KOs).
Ryan says some of his team members were present at the time of the burglary and were “shaken” by the experience. He doesn’t say whether they heard the burglary while it was underway or if they hid during the incident.
Details Remain Scarce
In Ryan’s video, it looked like the two burgers were in and out quickly after jumping a fence. From appearances, it’s possible that they were familiar with the house layout and knew what they wanted to get.
It’s unclear if there are street cameras around the house to collect vehicle license plates. If a person lives in an upscale neighborhood, they often have cameras pointed outside towards the street to see cars that pull up to their house.
With his colossal fortune, Ryan should move to a gated community and get a security system to prevent this kind of thing. Moving to Beverly Hills to live in one of the gated communities is one thing for Ryan to consider.
Garcia Expresses Shock and Gratitude
“They Robbed us this morning!! Praise the Lord, we weren’t there. He protected me. I love you, God, thank you. But wow. I’m here just trying to enjoy Super Bowl Weekend, and they Got my team shook cause a part of them were there,” Ryan Garcia said on his Instagram and X sites.
It’s definitely a good thing that Ryan and his family weren’t home during the burglary because we never know how the two burglars would have behaved if caught in the act.
People on social media joked that it was Bill and Devin Haney, looking to get over on Ryan, knowing he wasn’t home, so they chose to mess him up ahead of their mega-fight on April 20th.
They Robbed us this morning!! Praise the Lord we weren’t there. He protected me I love you God thank you. But wow. I’m here just trying to enjoy Super Bowl Weekend and they Got my team shook cause a part of them were there. pic.twitter.com/AanJTlIdeO
— RYAN GARCIA (@RyanGarcia) February 10, 2024
Ryan will make a lot of money for his title challenge against WBC light welterweight champion Haney (31-0, 15 KOs), and if he wins, his popularity is going to soar through the roof.
There would be an obligatory rematch, with both fighters making money overfist, and it could result in the biggest fight in boxing.