Ryan Garcia Net Worth (2022): Height, Age, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On June 21st, 2022

In the world of professional boxing, there are few young stars as bright as Ryan Garcia. Born and raised in California, Garcia has quickly made a name for himself in the ring with his quick hands and even quicker reflexes. With a record of 215-15, Garcia is already one of the most promising boxers in the sport.

Ryan Garcia's Net Worth

As of 2022, Ryan Garcia's net worth is estimated to be $10 million.

Net Worth$10 million
Famous NameRyan Garcia
Source(s) of FameBoxer
Age23
Date of BirthAugust 8, 1998
Place of BirthLos Alamitos, California, United States
Height5'9"
RelationshipsSingle, ,
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Early Life

Ryan Garcia was born in Los Alamitos, California on August 08, 1998. His father is Henry Garcia and his mother is Lisa Garcia. Ryan has three sisters Kayla Garcia, Dami Garcia, and Sasha Garcia, and one brother Sean Garcia who is also a professional boxer.

His father Henry Garcia, is a former boxer who fought under the name. Henry instilled a love of boxing in his son at a young age and Ryan began training when he was just seven years old.

As a child, Ryan was a gifted athlete and played both football and basketball in addition to boxing. He was even offered a scholarship to play football but he declined in order to pursue his dream of becoming a professional boxer.

Career

Ryan Garcia started boxing at the young age of seven. He then became a 15-time national amateur boxer champion and got an amateur record of 215–15.

On June 9, 2016, Ryan became a professional boxer. During his first professional bout, Ryan fought versus Edgar Meza in Tijuana and won the fight by technical knockout. After a few months, Ryan signed a contract with Golden Boy Entertainment.

The American promoter Oscar De La Hoya revealed that Ryan Garcia will make his professional boxing debut on December 17, 2016, at the Smith-Hopkins light-heavyweight main event at The Forum. Again, Ryan won the fight by technical knockout during the second round.

In September of 2019, Ryan decided to sign a five-year deal with Golden Boy Promotions. Golden Boy then released a statement that Ryan’s next professional bout is during the boxing event of Canelo Álvarez and Sergey Kovalev at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

In his bout, Ryan fought against Romero Duno and Ryan was able to knock him out during the first round, winning the WBC Silver lightweight title.

On the second day of January 2020, Golden Boy released a statement that Ryan will be fighting against Francisco Fonseca on February 14 of that year at Honda Center, Anaheim. Ryan was able to punch Francisco seven times before a lead left hook which resulted in knocking out Francisco in the first round of their fight.

On the 8 of October 2020, it was made known to the public that Ryan will be fighting with the Olympic gold medalist Luke Campbell for the interim WBC lightweight title at Fantasy Springs Resort, Indio, California.

Ryan’s fight with Luke was supposed to be on December 5, 2020, but was moved to January 2, 2021. During the second round, Ryan had his first knockdown during his professional career. He got up after he was knocked down and during the seventh round, Ryan hit Luke with a fight-ending body shot.

On 13 April 2021, DAZN made an announcement that Ryan will defend his WBC interim lightweight title against the Dominican former WBA super featherweight champion Javier Fortuna. Their fight was scheduled for July 9, 2021, but the location is not yet announced. The winner of their fight will become the mandatory challenger to WBC lightweight champion Devin Haney.

On April 24, 2021, Ryan announced that he will blackout from his fight against Javier Fortuna. His reason was his health and wellbeing. Joseph Diaz then agreed to move up to lightweight to fill in for Ryan and fight Javier Fortuna on July 9. Ryan was then stripped of his first professional title, WBC interim lightweight title.

In October 2021, it was made known to the public that Ryan will be fighting Joseph Diaz in Los Angeles, California in November of the same year for his WBC interim lightweight title. Unfortunately, Ryan had a hand injury and the fight against Joseph was moved.

In February of 2022, it was announced that Ryan will be having his come back to the ring after a long time of inactivity. He will be fighting against the former IBO lightweight champion Emmanuel Tagoe on April 9, 2022, at the Alamodome in San Antonio Texas.

Ryan easily knocked down Emmanuel in the second round and Ryan won through a unanimous decision with the scores of 119-108, 119-108, and 118-109.

Personal Life

Ryan Garcia is from a large family and his parents are involved in his boxing career. They assisted Ryan with his professional boxing career. His father Henry Garcia trained him and his mother Lisa Garcia was his personal administrative assistant for his other projects.

He was American by birth and nationality but Ryan often shows his Mexican heritage. During his fights, he often carries both the US and Mexican flags in the ring. He also usually wears red, white, and blue colors.

Ryan was trained by Edison Omar Reynoso Sandoval or Eddy Reynoso who also trained the boxers Canelo Álvarez and Óscar Valdez. Ryan is now trained by Joe Goosen, a Southern California-based boxing trainer.

Social Media


Ryan Garcia is one of the most famous boxers who has a large following on social media. His Instagram account has over 8.9 million followers, his Twitter account has over 102 thousand followers, his Facebook page has over 1.2 million followers and his Tiktok account has over 4.8 million followers with over 58.6 million likes.

He also has his self-titled youtube channel that he created on December 14, 2015. It has now over 1.2 million subscribers with over 69 million views.

Ryan mostly posts clips of his fight, him during his training, and pictures of him and his family, friends, and girlfriend. He also posts videos of him giving advice, vlogs, and behind-the-scenes footage.

He has multiple sponsorships from the companies like Reebok, Everlast, Triller, and BODYARMOR.

Ryan Garcia’s Relationship Status

The American boxer is not yet married but he has two daughters named Rylie and Bela Garcia. The mother of her first daughter Rylie is the social media personality and influencer Catherine Gamez. Right after their daughter was born on March 19, 2019, they ended their relationship.

In 2019, Ryan started dating Drea Celina. Drea is a famous Instagram model who was born in 1996. She is also the mother of Ryan’s second daughter named Bela Garcia.

Drea became pregnant with Bela in 2020 but they broke up weeks after their daughter was born when Drea caught Ryan kissing Malu Trevejo who is a Tiktok star. As of now, Ryan is not dating anyone.

Summary

Ryan Garcia is a professional American boxer who was born on August 08, 1998, in Victorville, California. He was American by birth and nationality but Ryan often shows his Mexican heritage. Ryan Garcia has a net worth of 10 million dollars.

Ryan Garcia has sometimes been associated with other Boxers such as Dave Allen.