Lightweight prospect Ryan Garcia (20-0, 17 KOs) meets with Olympic gold medalist Luke Campbell today and predictions keep flooding in ahead of the fight, which has the WBC interim Lightweight title at stake.
DJ “War Machine” Zamora lll (3-0, 2 KOs) was with Ryan Garcia during the training camp and doesn’t see any kind of victory for Luke Campbell (20-3, 16 KOs) and he sees Ryan Garcia knocking out Campbell when the WBC Silver champion meets him later today in front of a socially distant crowd at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
Zamora is totally in awe of the Mexican and credits him with helping him, in and out of training as the umdefeated youngster makes his way up the professional ranks.
“It was an honor to be in camp with Ryan Garcia,” said Zamora III.
“Ryan is fast, explosive and his power is the real deal. Out of all the fighters I’ve sparred he ranks at the top when it comes to speed and power. Eddie Reynoso is doing a great job with Ryan. I learned a lot being in camp with them. Ryan was very helpful in and out the ring, teaching me tricks and trades of the fight game at the higher level.”
Zamora III dropped his prediction for the fight. He sees Ryan Garcia gradually breaking down Campbell and stopping him during the second half of the fight with a body shot, when they meet in the headlining bout of the DAZN televised fight card.
“In my opinion, I think Ryan Garcia is going to knockout Luke Campbell within eight rounds,” continued Zamora. “I believe Ryan will break him down in the early rounds, then he will stop Campbell with a body shot.”
Zamora III will be looking forward to making his US debut sometime in 2021 and with his experiences in the training Camp with Garcia, he sees himself going into the year boxing at a high level.
“After being in camp with Ryan García, I feel more confident with my skills going into 2021,” S have learned what I need to do, to be one of the very best myself. This type of experience is going to take my boxing to the next level. This is going to be my year, and I’ll looking to be extremely active once I turn eighteen and make my U.S.A. debut.”