Ryan Garcia Plans To Train His Brother After Sean’s First Career Loss

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Ryan Garcia announces he will be training his brother, Sean following his first career loss.

Sean Garcia suffered a sixth-round stoppage loss to Amado Vargas on the undercard of Nate Diaz vs. Jorge Masvidal in Anaheim, California. Ryan was in attendance and saw his brother lose his first pro fight.

Following the loss, Ryan Garcia announced on social media that he will be skipping rehab so he can train his brother as they hope they can secure the rematch.

“Sean may have taken an L. But here’s the great news about that,” Garcia said. “I wasn’t in his corner. The Vargas brothers, they are 1-0 on us. It’s okay. We’re gonna call for the rematch. And I’m the head trainer. Amado, what’s good?”

After the post, he also joked that he would be telling his brother to use ostarine and alcohol before his fights, which Garcia did before his showdown with Devin Haney.

“Ostarine alcohol and the right hook for Sean is the regiment I’m currently working on with Sean And then the permanent ban after he makes 50 million,” Garcia joked on X.

Sean Garcia is 7-1-1 as a pro and before the loss to Vargas, he beat Joseph Johnson by decision after having a draw with Seung Ho Yang.

As for Ryan Garcia, he has been expelled by the WBC for his recent comments and took to social media to apologize for his comments.

“I take all responsibility for my words,” Garcia wrote as part of a series of posts on X. “Sorry everyone that I offended.”

Ryan Garcia is 24-1 and one NC as a pro and is coming off the NC against Devin Haney. Before that, he scored a KO win over Oscar Duarte to return to the win column after a stoppage loss to Gervonta Davis.

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