WATCH: Ryan Garcia shadow box for Donald Trump; endorses him for 2024

American professional boxer Ryan Garcia has been proactive on social media since defeating his compatriot Devin Haney, the WBC World Super Lightweight Champion, in a non-title match, on the DAZN PPV card on April 20. After former US President Donald Trump failed to attend the Garcia-Haney fight, the 25-year-old boxer recently met the 45th US President and showed his shadowboxing moves at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida.

The 25-year-old Gracia claimed that Donald Trump would attend his fight at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, however, Trump was a no-show at last week’s bout between Ryan Garcia and Devin Haney.

The troubled boxer recently shared a video on his social media handles, where he could seen performing his shadow boxing moves in front of Donald Trump and his team, including his son Barron Trump. After displaying his boxing moves, Garcia endorsed Trump for the 2024 elections as he said, “Donald Trump 2024.”

Watch the video here:

Ryan Garcia missed weight for his upcoming boxing match by 3.2 pounds, losing a $1.5 million bet to his opponent Devin Haney after they had agreed to owe the other $500k for weighing every pound over the 140-pound limit.

After the fight, Garcia claimed that he drank every night, but ended up winning the fight anyway. In the post-fight press conference, he said, “I don’t give a f*ck what people say about me. I walked through the fire and still held it down and still beat f*ckin’ Devin Haney, and still drank every day and still beat him. I did everything. What the f*ck? What happened? False reality, right?”

 

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