Ryan Garcia, Devin Haney Claim They Have Not Been Paid For Fight: ‘Still No Payment?’

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Ryan Garcia, Devin Haney Claim They Have Not Been Paid For Fight: 'Still No Payment?'
Ryan and Davin Have Not Been Paid For Their Fight.

After defeating Devin Haney, boxer Ryan Garcia makes a daring claim against Golden Boy Promotions and DAZN. Garcia’s performance on a post-fight drug test during the fight is under investigation. Therefore, it’s unclear at this point if any portion of his purse is being withheld due to that. The date of Ryan Garcia’s hearing before the Commission about his altercation with Haney is still unknown.

The date of Ryan Garcia’s hearing before the Commission about his altercation with Haney is still unknown. It is recognized that the Commission’s and the WBC’s investigations are probably still underway

At the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, on Saturday night, Ryan Garcia defeated Devin Haney by majority decision after taking the fighter down three times. Garcia, a significant underdog, downed Haney on every knockdown in their 12-round super lightweight bout with his trademark left hook.

“He discovered me early, but I was dozing off. took me off guard,” Haney, who lost for the first time, remarked. Haney appeared to be in charge for a part of the match-up, USA Today later reported. However, as Garcia launched his onslaught, he delivered blows that either caught Haney off guard.

Devin Haney was the clear favorite to defeat Garcia in the fight, according to bookies in Las Vegas and many online betting platforms, Pinkvilla reported. However, Ryan Garcia, a 25-year-old fighter, shocked everyone by taking out Haney three times throughout the bout.

Due to his social media presence, Ryan Garcia (24-1, 20 knockouts) was expected to take home a larger portion of the fight earnings despite Devin Haney’s perfect record of 31 bouts, 15 of which came by knockout, Pinkvilla wrote. The fighters’ purses are normally kept confidential, but Ryan Garcia’s promoter Oscar de la Hoya disclosed that Garcia is expected to make a substantial amount—possibly as much as $30 million—for this bout, which may have increase to $50 million after he prevailed against Haney.