Ryan Garcia. Avery Sparrow. Enjoying our scoring system? Enter your details to register & save this plus all of your future scorecards. Register Not now. Great! You have successfully registered. Scorecard 14 September 2019 - Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, California, USA . Show/hide video Found a video of this fight on YouTube? Click to embed × Embed a YouTube Video. Find a YouTube video 12/09/2019 Silver Gloves District Tournament Eddie Heredia Boxing Club, East Los Angeles — Ryan Garcia (@KingRyanG) September 18, 2019. In addition to that, Garcia also revealed that he would be taking on Romero Duno in the co-main event of the WBO light heavyweight title clash between Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Sergey Kovalev on Nov. 2 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Garcia (18-0, 15 KOs) was originally scheduled to fight Avery Sparrow in the co-main event of the 13/12/2018

By Dan Ambrose: Lightweight contender Ryan Garcia won’t be fighting this Saturday night as his opponent Avery Sparrow has reportedly been arrested, and he won’t be able to face him on DAZN.Not

Touted boxing prospect Ryan Garcia (18-0, 15 KOs) from Victorville stepped on the scales Friday afternoon ahead of his clash against Avery Sparrow on Saturday night in Carson, but his opponent was 14/08/2019 14/08/2019


avery sparrow press conference By Ricardo Ortega | August 13, 2019 FightHype.com was on hand at the Golden Boy Headquarters in Los Angeles, California where jr. middleweight champion Jaime Munguia and lightweight sensation Ryan Garcia were joined by their opponents to officially announced their upcoming September 14 showdowns. Any issues between Ryan Garcia and Golden Boy Promotions appear to be resolved. The 21-year-old boxing star announced that he signed a multiyear deal to remain with his promotional outfit in what Garcia deemed "one of the most lucrative deals for a prospect" in boxing history. Terms of the contract weren't revealed. The undefeated 20-year-old Ryan Garcia entered this fight with a perfect record of 17-0-0 (14 KOs=82%) and he is ranked as the No.35 lightweight in the world.He fought four times last year winning over Fernando Vargas, Jayson Velez (Ryan Garcia vs Jayson Velez), Carlos Morales (Ryan Garcia vs Carlos Morales) and Braulio Rodriguez (Ryan Garcia vs Braulio Rodriguez).