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Who was the mole in Ryan Garcia's camp that gave Gervonta Davis info?

Ryan Garcia took to social media on Sunday to confirm there was a "mole" at his training camp for the fight against Gervonta Davis. The tone seemed a lot different than previous claims regarding Tank's infiltrators.

Garcia, 24, may have been fighting with some sort of body injury on Saturday at T-Mobile Arena. This newfound information also makes it seem like Davis knew exactly what he was doing by berating his opponent with blows to the stomach.

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In fact, prior to the fight, Davis admitted that he was aware of Garcia's body injury. That information was not yet public, though one man now says he is the one responsible.

Tsendbaatar Erdenebat, a professional boxer from Mongolia, was one of Garcia's sparring partners and he's now claiming to have hurt him during training.

Garcia's Instagram story was published shortly after, leading many to believe that Erdenebat is the mole he's referencing.

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"Actually sad I had a mole in my camp," Garcia wrote. "Like, WTF, that's crazy. But thank God it's brought to light now."

The tone of his post on Instagram Stories is night and day when compared to his conversation with BT Sport.

When asked about the body injury, prior to the bout, Garcia claimed he allowed Tank to have moles at his camp and that there's no information Davis could dig up to help him.

Not only did Davis make public that he knew about the body injury, he then went on to knock out Garcia with a strike to the liver.

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