Victory Over Haney Could Lead to 9-Figure Net Worth for Ryan Garcia

By Ken Hissner - 02/16/2024 - Comments

Ryan Garcia claims that after his fight with Devin Haney on April 8th, he will make $80-100 million at age 25. A victory over WBC light welterweight champion Haney (31-0, 15 KOs) will skyrocket Ryan to fame, setting him up for massive fights.

It’s an insane net worth for a fighter who has only been in the game for eight years and has never fought for a world title. But it shows you the type of charisma and the huge following Ryan Garcia has on social media that he’s making this kind of money.

Money, Excitement, & Fighting ‘Bill Haney

As for Ryan’s upcoming fight with Haney, he says that his dad is the one that is going to be the one that he’ll be fighting in terms of trash-talking. Devin’s personability is nonexistent and has very little to say that is interesting for the boxing public to create excitement for the April 20th event. Unfortunately, he’s useless in hyping the fight. He just has no personality and you can tell that he never will.

Devin will be just the prop in the background while Ryan and Bill Haney hog the glory, going at it with the back-and-forth trash-talking. It’s too bad Haney can’t contribute, but he’s too wooden, lacking the theatrical skills and street-talking ability that his dad, Bill, possesses.

You can argue that Devin has been rich for too long, making him seem like a private school kid, a fighter born from wealth, living in the best neighborhoods.

“I was tired of boxing being so boring. I said if nobody is going to do it, I’ll do it,” said Ryan Garcia to Jack Alter’s channel, talking about why he chose to fight Devin Haney in a big fight on April 20th. “I’m fighting Bill Haney. It ain’t even Devin. I’m fighting the dad.

Financial Confidence & Underestimating Threats

“They were so crazy. They were telling me to get my security. My security was going against four against one. At 25, I’m already going to make after this fight, maybe $80 to $100 million. If you’ve made 80 to 100 million at 25, you’re losing it. End the interview, bro. That’s a wrap.

“I’m a good-hearted man. I’m not a good guy. I’m a good-hearted man, though. Absolutely not,” said Ryan when told that there is ‘No way that Devin can beat you.’ I’ve been dropped, but then I got right back up. That’s a chin.”

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