Canelo and Ryan Garcia End Their Bad Blood – ‘VIVA MEXICO’

March 25, 2024
2 months
Canelo and Ryan Garcia End Their Bad Blood - 'VIVA MEXICO'

Canelo Alvarez and Ryan Garcia are no longer on bad terms, having patched things up on social media.

The duo are well aware of each other, having trained alongside Eddie Reynoso. But Garcia left Reynoso in 2021, as the split ended on bad terms. Alvarez had questioned whether Garcia was working hard enough, saying he was wasting his talent. This led to the narrative that Garcia’s focus was on social media rather than trying to be the best fighter.

“Look, Ryan has a lot of talent. But to me in my eyes, he’s wasting a lot of time and wasting his talent. I look at him and don’t see him 100 percent dedicated and, to us, that’s a bad signal.We always remind him as a team to come to the gym, to train, and to learn because you need to be in the gym. You’re learning day-by-day, at the very minimum fighting five times a year,” Alvarez said

Canelo On Garcia

Since then, the relationship has slowly changed. Canelo was recently asked about Garcia’s behavior ahead of his fight with Devin Haney on April 20. Garcia can win his first-ever world title by securing The Dream’s WBC Junior Welterweight Belt.

But the fight has been clouded by claims that Garcia is not mentally well. He has broken down on social media, also telling a fan he was ‘high’ during a Live Space interaction. The boxer then admitted that he smokes weed and drinks alcohol. Reports indicated that the New York State Athletic Commission might request a mental health evaluation on the boxer. Canelo responded by urging those around the boxer to help him.

“And as his friend, or like when we used to train together. I wouldn’t let him fight. The only thing I wish right now is that he has people to help him, because he needs it – without judging him. I don’t know what’s going on with him, but I hope he has someone. About the fight – if he was well prepared, it could be a 50/50 fight. Right now, I think it’s going to be very difficult for him,” Canelo said

Garcia On Canelo

Now, it seems their feud has ended. The following posts show that the two fighters mutually respect each other. Canelo has backed Garcia to come out on top against Haney.

“No amount of hate can separate our Mexican Bond. Thank you Canelo for all the lessons and teachings you gave me. Also thank you to Eddy Reynoso for all the training you helped me with forever grateful and I’m thankful! From the bottom of my soul. Peso What’s up bro!!!! Thanks for showing me love bro appreciate you. You supported me thru Twitter checking in on me and I’m grateful for that. God bless you. I’m going to bring the WBC title back home VIVA MEXICO. In the end I do all things for God and that will always remain number one first priority,” Garcia stated

“Just focus and win. You know I love you boy. Come on shock the world ‘m’ijo,” Canelo replied



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