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Ryan Garcia vows to "never lose again", road to redemption begins with Duarte showdown

Ryan Garcia will make his return to the ring this Saturday when he fights Oscar Duarte at the Texas Center in Houston, Texas.

Ahead of the fight, Garcia, the lightning-fast phenom of the boxing world, opened up with DAZN about the stark emotions surrounding his first defeat in April against Gervonta Davis.

Garcia on fight against Gervonta Davis: I didn't give a s**t

Reflecting on that pivotal moment, Garcia admitted, "I didn't care" at the time, attributing his lack of emotional response to a culmination of frustrations and a lack of competitive fire.

"I was already pissed off about all the weight cut, and I was mad because nobody from my team took that serious. So when I lost I just didn't give a s**t," Garcia confessed.

However, the defeat served as a wake-up call for the young boxer.

Realizing the need for change, Garcia declared, "I'm never going to lose again."

He acknowledged the necessity of losing to prompt personal and professional growth, stating,

"Sometimes you've got to lose to realize you've got to make a change. It's not fun and games, this is a real sport where you can get hurt."

Ryan Garcia's comeback fight against Oscar Duarte

With the scars of defeat behind him, Garcia is now in Houston, eagerly preparing for his upcoming fight against Oscar Duarte on December 2.

The boxing community is buzzing with anticipation as Garcia aims to redeem himself and uphold his undefeated record.

His confidence has been palpable in the lead-up to the showdown, with Garcia expressing his determination to erase past mistakes.

The fight against Duarte is poised to be a defining moment in his career, and Garcia's training regimen reflects the seriousness of his commitment to victory.

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