Rolando Romero open to give Ryan Garcia a title shot

Rolando Romero wants to defend his belt against Ryan Garcia.

by Aryan Lakhani
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Rolando Romero open to give Ryan Garcia a title shot

Ryan Garcia looks forward to competing at 140 and fans can expect his return soon. His first ever career-loss against Gervonta Davis gave him an opportunity to deeply reflect on what went wrong and the time spent on contemplation will play a huge role in strengthening his weaknesses.

The super lightweight champion Rolando Romero recently claimed a victory against Ismael Barroso where he was successful in claiming the vacant WBA world super lightweight belt. After his recent win, he reveals his intentions for the future, and Romero has made it pretty clear that he wants Ryan Garcia next.

It will be very interesting to see how Ryan Garcia reacts if an offer is presented to him to fight for the title.

Rolando Romero on fighting Ryan Garcia

Rolando Romero seems to be eagerly waiting to fix a match with Ryan Garcia and at this point it is a step up for Garcia to get a title shot immediately after a loss.

Romoreo speaks about fighting Ryan Garcia in an interview with Inside Fighting. “I want it to happen” Romero said, as quoted by boxingnews24.com. “The boxing world wants it to happen, I hope Ryan and his team want it to happen, and if everyone wants it to happen, let’s make this s**t happen,” “I hope we can make the fight happen.

It’s the biggest fight for boxing. I know Ryan is going to come, and it’s going to be an entertaining press conference. Rolly Romero believes a match with Ryan Garcia would do extremely well with the Pay-Per-View numbers and from the entertainment standpoint too.

“It’s going to be an entertaining event altogether, and I’m going to make that entertaining because I’m the best promoter in the game. 1.5 million,” “I have a belt. If y’all want to become world champion, come f**k with me.

I believe Ryan can be a world champion by the end of this year, too, but not against me. Ryan is a tremendous fighter.

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