Garcia – about the “mind games” of Kambosos on the eve of the fight with Haney


Top contender from the USA Ryan Garcia (22-0, 18 KOs) claims that the undisputed lightweight champion Australian George Kambosos Jr. (20-0, 10 KOs) knows what he is doing – all these mind games on the eve of the fight with the owner of the WBC belt (at Kambosos WBC Franchise) American Devin Haney (25-0, 17 KOs) are not without reason. The fight will take place on June 5 in Melbourne (Australia).

“It’s all part of tactics and strategy,”
Garcia argues. Do you think he just called Haney “rat” and “snitch” for no reason? Absolutely not. And if Devin doesn’t see that, then he’s stupid. And it is possible that he will see it when it is already too late. This is a very smart move from Kambosos. He constantly presses on Haney. He understands that he is already vulnerable now – without his father / coach in the corner. So this pressure will only increase. I believe that in the place of Kambosos I would do the same. But not a fact. ‘Cause I feel like I’d beat Devin without mind games. I feel like I would have beaten him without further ado.”

What should Devin do? If he is ready to accept the challenge, if it is beneficial for him to have Kambosos fall right at him during the battle, then he must respond in kind. If I were Haney, I’d say to George: “Bitch, I’ll fuck you right here and now.” I know Devin is a little tight on this. He needed to say in response: “I’m a snitch? So, now I’ll knock on your tambourine!” Something like that, you know?” Garcia snapped.

Ryan did not decide on a favorite: “I don’t know who will win. The father thinks that Kambosos. I do not rule out that he is right. Now I lean a little more towards my father’s opinion. But we will see how it will actually be. May the strongest win.”

As insiders said back in mid-May, Ryan Garcia chose an opponent. Doesn’t smell like megafight. But everything could have been much cooler, but the WBC canceled the Garcia Cruz eliminator. The reason will amuse you.

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