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Concerns Rise Over Ryan Garcia's Well-being Ahead of Haney Clash

In a recent social media post, Ryan Garcia’s ex-wife, Drea Celin, has expressed genuine worry about the boxing sensation’s mental state, describing him as “heavily oppressed.” While there might be some confusion in her choice of words, it’s clear that she’s genuinely concerned about Ryan’s well-being and has called for prayers and support from followers.

This raises questions about Ryan’s readiness for his upcoming bout against WBC light welterweight champion Devin Haney scheduled for April 20th on DAZN PPV. If Garcia is unable to participate due to personal issues, there’s a possibility of Arnold Barboza Jr. stepping in as a replacement, leading to potential disappointment for fans eagerly anticipating the match.

The concerns escalated after Ryan’s cryptic social media post on X, where ominous messages triggered worries about his safety. However, his father, Henry Garcia, clarified that Ryan is “OK” and attributed the posts to mere trolling.

Drea Celin’s public call for prayer adds another layer to the unfolding situation, emphasizing the seriousness of the matter. Despite not being together, she claims to be in contact with Ryan and believes that he is facing significant challenges.

As the boxing world awaits further updates on this matter, the uncertainty surrounding Ryan Garcia’s mental state could impact his career and the highly anticipated clash against Devin Haney. The situation underscores the importance of mental health awareness in the world of professional sports.

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