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Ryan Garcia Vs. Emmanuel Tagoe review, fight card , date and time

GARCIA VS TAGOE Another important and thrilling event in the world of boxing is set to take place on April 9 at the historic Alamodomde in San Antonio, and will be broadcast live on DAZN worldwide.

The undefeated, lighting fast Ryan “King Ry” Garcia (21-0, 18KOs) of Victorville, CA, makes his grand return to the ring on Saturday, April 9th, against Accra, Ghana’s Emmanuel “The Gameboy” Tagoe (32-1, 15KOs). The 12-round, lightweight Texas showdown will take place at San Antonio’s historic Alamodome on Saturday, April 9th, and will be streamed live worldwide on DAZN.

Emmanuel "The Game Boy" Tego from Accra, Ghana has amassed a variety of titles since his professional debut in 2004, including the IBF International, WBA International, and WBO Africa Lightweight titles. Included. The 32-year-old is currently ranked # 10 in the lightweight division by WBC and has grown in the division's ranks since the beginning of American boxing in 2013 with Gerardo Robles' ninth round stop on ESPN2. His last trip was on November 27, 2020, when Tago met former WBO NABO champion Mason Manard in the 10-round lightweight bout, defeating Manard by a majority vote of 98-82, 97-73, and 95-95. Defeated by score.

Boxing fans are fascinated to see how well Ryan feels after being out of the ring for over a year, dealing with anxiety and injury issues that he has taken care of. Fans await the return of boxing thriller Ryan "King Ry" Garcia, a skilled, lightning-fast puncher who has steadily increased the ranks of the lightweight division. A big win against top ten contender Tego will take Garcia to the top of the division.

Garcia has beaten tough contenders such as the "ruthless" Romero Duno, Francisco Fonseca, Carlos "The Solution" Morales, and Jason "La Maravila" Valles. Garcia was last seen at the spectacular stoppage of the seventh round of 2012 Olympic gold medalist Luke Campbell. He then withdrew from the game, and then had to undergo surgery due to his injury, but is now back in action with a 139lbs catch weight that could be a tough competition.

Gossin describes Tego as a "slippery fighter" and will need to do so to avoid being nailed through one of Ryan's large forks on his left arm.

If Ryan can permanently remove his left forearm during combat, Tegu will not last long in this type of bombing. We don't know how good Tego's chin is, but if he can take Ryan's best shots, it will tell us a lot about his toughness.

However, Tego needs to do more than just absorb the penalty for 12 rounds on Saturday night to win the fight.

In this thrilling competition of GARCIA VS TAGOE, you can see who has the upper hand. Please leave your feedback in the comment box. Thank you.


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