WBC interim lightweight champion Ryan García has become a household name in the global boxing scene. However, his younger brother Sean García wants to have a different approach- to become a police officer.
While Ryan García (21-0, 18 KOs) has been moving up the pecking order in the squared circle, the American pugilist’s younger brother is not really that far behind. With an undefeated 6-0 record with 2 KO victories, Sean is starting to make some noise.
The 20-year-old younger sibling of KingRy made his latest appearance in a four round bout against 31-year-old Rene Marquez (5-6, 2 KOs) on the same night García trounced Luke Campbell at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Sean won the fight by majority decision.
Ryan García reveals Sean cares about being a police officer, not a boxer
Speaking about his brother’s latest success on the “The Ak & Barak Show“, Ryan García revealed Sean’s “don’t care” approach to the sport, stating that he never does training.
“I knew Sean was gonna fight like he did. Sean don’t train a day in his life. That man don’t care,” García said, “That man, you know, Sean’s the type of person, he just don’t care!”
“Sean’s a very talented fighter. If Sean trained, man, he’ll whip anybody’s ass. Sean is a monster. He just – he don’t care!” the 22-year-old lauded his sibling.
Furthermore, García said what Sean really cares about, is becoming a police officer.
I don’t know what other way to put it. He just doesn’t care. But he don’t wanna be a boxer. That man wants to be a police officer, so he’s gonna be a [police officer],” García added. (H/T boxingscene.com)
While Sean might be focused on getting into law enforcement, Ryan’s current focus is on WBA (Regular) lightweight titleholder Gervonta Davis (24–0, 23 KOs). Following his 7th round TKO win over Campbell on 2nd January, García has been focused on taking on the “Tank”.