Ryan Garcia attacked Devin Haney after he accused the entire Team Canelo of doping


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Devin Haney y Ryan García

Ryan Garcia, former interim champion of CMB at 135 pounds, he was upset by what he wrote Devin Haney, who accused the Canelo Team doping after Oscar Valdez tested positive for phentermine.

On Twitter, Devin Haney accused all the Team Canelo of doping after the positive of Valdez. This includes all fighters who train with Eddy reynoso like his own Canelo Alvarez, Ryan Garcia, Andy ruiz and Oscar Valdez.

“Shut your mouth, accusing me of cheating,” he replied Ryan Garcia. “I understand that you can’t hit even with 8-ounce gloves, but don’t give me such a serious accusation.”

Devin Haney continued with the war of tweets against Ryan Garcia stemming from the doping accusation.

“I can’t hit, but you’re in no rush to fight me,” he replied. Haney.

AND Ryan he also did not remain silent responding to Haney that he is an unattractive fighter.

“They told me you can’t sell tickets and people wanted their money back after putting everyone asleep,” he said. Garcia

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“If that’s your story,” he concluded Devin.

This year, after Ryan defeated Luke campbell, there was talk of a possible fight between the two.

At some point, the CMB ordered that Garcia face Javier Fortuna, while Haney would defend the title against Linares and the two winners were going to fight.

Nevertheless, Ryan He went through some mental problems and had to withdraw from that contest, but is currently looking for his next rival to hold his second contest of the year.

For its part, Haney conquered the world championship of the 135 pounds of the CMB on November 9, 2019 by defeating Alfredo Santiago by unanimous decision by cards of 120-107.

Since that time he successfully defended against Yuriorkis Gamboa and later before Linares, whom he defeated by unanimous decision.


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