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Ryan Garcia Proposes to Adult Film Star Savannah Bond Before Fight

HOUSTON, TEXAS - DECEMBER 02: Ryan Garcia looks on while facing Oscar Duarte during their welterweight fight at Toyota Center on December 02, 2023 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

Romantic Engagement Announcement

Boxer Ryan Garcia has revealed that he is engaged to adult film star Savannah Bond, just days before his super-lightweight title fight with Devin Haney. Garcia, 25, shared a heartwarming video of the proposal on social media, showing him down on one knee asking for Savannah's hand in marriage.

Who is Savannah Bond?

Savannah Bond, a 33-year-old Australian, is a well-known adult film star who has appeared in over 100 adult films. The couple shared a sweet moment in the video, ending with a kiss to seal the engagement.

Controversies and Past Relationships

Garcia, who is a father to three children, faced criticism earlier this year when he announced his divorce from ex-wife Andrea Celina shortly after the birth of their son. He had been previously dating Aussie OnlyFans model Mikaela Testa but has since deleted all posts related to her on Instagram.

Alarming Social Media Activity

Recently, Garcia sparked concern with his social media posts, including one suggesting his death and sharing conspiracy theories. From claims of being held captive to predicting earthquakes, Garcia's online behavior has raised eyebrows among fans and followers.

Upcoming Fight with Devin Haney

Garcia and Haney, who have a history as amateur fighters with a tied record, are set to face off in their first professional bout for Haney's WBC super-lightweight title. The fight is scheduled for April 20 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are common boxing mistakes beginners make?

Common mistakes include overextending punches, dropping the hands, ignoring defense, holding the breath, neglecting footwork, and focusing too much on power rather than technique. To prevent these mistakes from becoming habitual, a qualified coach can identify them and correct them early.

Can I begin boxing at any time?

As long as you have a good medical condition and clearance from your doctor, yes you can begin to box at any age. Boxing can be adapted to fit individuals of any age and fitness level.

Learn boxing at your home.

Although you can begin learning boxing through fitness apps or instructional videos, it is best to work with a certified coach at a gym in order to master the techniques. Additionally, a boxing gym provides the equipment and the opportunity to practice with others.

What are some basic boxing moves?

The fundamental punches in boxing include the jab, which is a quick, straight punch thrown with your lead hand; the cross, a powerful straight punch delivered with your rear hand; the hook, a semi-circular punch aimed at the side of your opponent’s head or body; and the uppercut, an upward strike aimed at the underside of your opponent’s chin or body.

What is the proper boxing stance?

The classic boxing stance involves standing with your feet shoulder-width apart, the lead foot forward, and the rear foot at a 45-degree angle. You should balance your weight on the balls your feet, and keep your knees slightly bent. Keep your hands raised to shield your face. Tuck your elbows in to protect your torso.


  • Approximately 50% of beginner boxers drop out within the first six months, highlighting the importance of sustaining motivation and setting realistic goals.
  • Beginner boxers tend to make the mistake of holding their breath in 70% of cases during their initial training sessions.
  • Nearly 80% of boxing training injuries are related to incorrect technique, especially within the first three months of taking up the sport.
  • On average, beginners who undergo proper boxing training can expect to burn anywhere from 300 to 500 calories per hour.
  • An analysis of boxing workouts demonstrates that participants can maintain a heart rate at 75-85% of their maximum, which is the optimal range for cardiovascular training.
  • Approximately 80% of boxing injuries occur during training, not in actual competition.
  • 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.
  • Women are joining boxing in increasing numbers, rising by about 15% in the past decade, indicating growing gender diversity in the sport.
  • Despite the stereotype that boxing is a young person’s sport, approximately 20% of all beginners are over the age of 40.

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How To

How to wrap hands for boxing training

Hand wraps are an important step in preventing injury. Roll the wrap three times over the backside of your hand, beginning with the loop around the thumb. Then, wrap three times around the knuckles. Move down to the wrist and create a tighter anchor. Finish the wrap with some more crisscrosses. Secure the Velcro. Wrap the fist tightly, yet allow for flexibility.

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