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Boxer Ryan García announced on Saturday that he's withdrawing from the July 9 lightweight title defense fight against Javier Fortuna. García made the announcement on Instagram, saying that he's choosing to focus on his health and wellbeing.
"I know this news may be disappointing to some of my fans but I am announcing today that I am withdrawing from my July 9th fight. At this time it is important to manage my health and wellbeing. I have decided to take some time off to focus on becoming a stronger version of myself. I hope to be back soon and am looking forward to stepping back into the ring when I am my healthiest self. I want to Thank God, my family, my doctors and my supporters."
Only 1: 1 against Ahlen: Fortuna Cologne disappointed against relegation candidates
The inventiveness remains the only constant at the SC Fortuna Cologne. In the catch-up game on Wednesday evening came the football regional designer against the previous table last-white Rot-white ahlen only to a happy 1: 1 (1: 1). In the South Stadion, the outsiders had acted in order for the last 20 minutes and forgive several large opportunities to victory, including a faulerfeter. "In the second half we did a lot wrong. I am a bit disappointed.
García has been open about his mental health in the past. He admitted in a March Instagram post that he struggles with anxiety every day.
García vs. Fortuna announced less than two weeks ago
García (21-0, 18 KO) is currently the interim lightweight titleholder. He won that by beating Luke Campbell in their Jan. 2 fight, and it was thought that he would then face Devin Haney, the WBC lightweight titleholder. Haney even expressed an interest in fighting him.
Instead, García pursued fights with anyone but Haney, trying to fight both Manny Pacquiao and Gervonta Davis. Neither of those fights came to be, and Haney recently accused García of intentionally ducking a fight with him.
“Me and my team knew that Ryan Garcia was all cap. We knew that he didn’t want to fight me. He didn’t want to fight Tank. He didn’t want to fight Manny Pacquiao,” he told The DAZN Boxing Show"It was all promotion. And only time will tell what’s going on, and as everyone can see, he’s ducking me. Why fight for another mandatory when you could be fighting for a world title?”
Oscar De La Hoya apologizes for his drunken commentary on Jake Paul show
Oscar De La Hoya apologized for his commentary during Saturday’s Triller boxing program headlined by Jake Paul. De La Hoya made a cameo on the show’s broadcast during Frank Mir’s fight with Steve Cunningham. The entire program had a very casual vibe and featured musical performances intertwined with the boxing fights. Broadcasters were encouraged to be relaxed and cussed with regularity. Even though the vibe was relaxed, De La Hoya crossed the line into being too unprofessional. Many viewers felt the “Golden Boy” was wasted.
Haney was talking about the fight between García and Fortuna, which was officially announced on April 13 after the WBC ordered them to fight two weeks earlier. The winner of that fight would become the mandatory challenger to Haney for the lightweight title. But now, just 11 days after it was officially announced, the fight is off.
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probably that, which can send so strong Joker into the race. After the virtually last second 3: 2 against the KSC Fortuna Düsseldorf's coach Uwe Rösler fears a lot of headache before the next home game on Saturday against Braunschweig. © imago images Fortuna Dusseldorf's coach Uwe Rösler cheered over the victory against the KSC.