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Boxing sensation Ryan Garcia reveals he will retire at the age of TWENTY-SIX because he wants to 'battle against hate and confusion in America' and 'inspire people in a different way'... despite winning WBC lightweight belt with his 21st straight victory Ryan Garcia has confirmed his intention to retire from boxing at the age of 26  The 22-year-old became the WBC interim champion after beating Luke Campbell Garcia says he wants to join the battle against hate and confusion in America  

By Kathryn Batte For Mailonline

Published: 11:24 GMT, 11 January 2021 | Updated: 11:25 GMT, 11 January 2021

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Ryan Garcia has confirmed his intention to retire from Boxing at the age of 26, saying he wants to 'battle against hate and confusion in America'.

Garcia, 22, is one of the most exciting talents in the sport and was crowned the WBC interim champion after defeating Britain's Luke Campbell with a devastating knockout earlier this month.

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Despite having an undefeated 21-0 record, the boxer isn't planning on a long career, stating in November that he will retire at 26 when he's 'beating everybody'. And Garcia has reiterated those intentions by outlining what he wants to do next.

Ryan Garcia says he wants to leave boxing at 26 to play his part in 'the battle against hate and confusion in America'

Ryan Garcia says he wants to leave boxing at 26 to play his part in 'the battle against hate and confusion in America'

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