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Ryan Garcia announces relationship with OnlyFans star Mikaela Testa and trains her to box

Romance Announcement

Ryan Garcia has revealed that he is now in a relationship with popular OnlyFans star Mikaela Testa. The boxer, who recently divorced Andrea Celina, announced the news on Instagram through a series of posts.

Training Mikaela to Fight

Garcia shared on his Instagram story that he plans to teach Mikaela how to box, stating, "Ima teach her how to fight! She's the next one up @misfitsboxing." Mikaela and Garcia have both confirmed their relationship publicly.

Celebrity-Style Bouts

Garcia is also training Mikaela to fight under Misfits Boxing, known for hosting celebrity-style crossover bouts. He expressed his support for Mikaela, emphasizing that he loves her and is unbothered by any negativity surrounding their relationship.

Upcoming Title Shot

The 25-year-old boxer is gearing up for his first world title shot on April 20 against WBC super-lightweight champion Devin Haney. Garcia recently won a fight in December and is looking forward to a lucrative payday in his upcoming bout.

Defending the Relationship

Garcia defended his new relationship on social media, stating, "Bro what's up with Yall? I can't ft my girl and post it??? This is social media, where you share your life." He remains focused on his career and personal life despite any criticism.

About Mikaela Testa

Mikaela Testa is an Australian influencer with nearly 1 million Instagram followers and an OnlyFans account. She is now venturing into boxing with the guidance of Garcia and is gaining attention for her new relationship with the boxing superstar.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are common boxing mistakes beginners make?

These mistakes can include extending the hand, ignoring defence, holding the breath and neglecting footwork. They also focus on power over technique. You can correct these mistakes by working with a coach.

How can I protect myself when boxing?

In boxing, defense involves a variety of techniques. These include maintaining a solid defensive position with your hands raised, using footwork for distance and using head movements such as slips and rolls to avoid punches. The defensive skills you learn are as important as the offensive ones.

What equipment will I need to begin boxing?

For safety and to ensure effective training, you need the right equipment. It includes a boxing glove and hand wraps which protect the wrists and arms, as well a mouthguard if you are sparring. Boxing shoes and athletic clothing that is comfortable are also recommended to improve movement and support.

How many times should a novice boxer train per week?

Beginners should aim for two to three boxing sessions per week, allowing sufficient time for rest and recovery between workouts. You can gradually increase your training frequency and intensity as you become more familiar with the sport.


  • Approximately 50% of beginner boxers drop out within the first six months, highlighting the importance of sustaining motivation and setting realistic goals.
  • About 25% of people who take up boxing transition to competitive amateur boxing within their first two years of training.
  • Roughly 75% of beginners do not employ adequate defensive tactics in their first sparring sessions.
  • It is estimated that 60% of beginner boxers do not use the correct size gloves, which can increase the risk of injury.
  • Surveys reveal that close to 40% of new boxers join the sport for self-defense purposes rather than for competition or fitness.
  • Boxing has one of the lowest rates of injury compared to other contact sports, with approximately 1.1 injuries per 1,000 minutes of athletics.
  • Beginner boxers tend to make the mistake of holding their breath in 70% of cases during their initial training sessions.
  • Nearly 95% of boxing trainers agree that mental conditioning is just as important as physical training for beginners in the sport.
  • Research indicates that nearly 70% of punches thrown by boxers during a match are jabs.
  • Nearly 80% of boxing training injuries are related to incorrect technique, especially within the first three months of taking up the sport.

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How To

How to Avoid Common Injuries in Boxing

Practice good technique from your punches down to your footwork. Warm up properly before working out to prevent injuries and increase muscle flexibility. Listen to your body and gradually increase the intensity of your training. It is important to use quality protective gear and keep it in good working order.

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