Ryan Garcia scored a stunning first-round knockout of Romero Duno on Saturday night in Las Vegas.
The highly rated 21-year-old made a decent statement, silencing some doubters on the undercard of his gymmate Canelo Alvarez’s bout against Sergey Kovalev.
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Garcia vs Duno was initially touted to take place at late-notice in September after Garcia’s original opponent Avery Sparrow was arrested on fight week.
A public spat followed between the American and his promoters Golden Boy, which was ultimately resolved by him signing a new deal with them and agreeing to take on Duno now.
Some fans accused Garcia of swerving his rival, and the pair exchanged plenty of talk pre-fight.
However, when the bell rang Garcia jumped straight on Duno and was quickly firing off combinations.
With over a minute left in the first, he landed a right hand to the temple which flattened his opponent and ended the fight.