Watch Ryan Garcia KO Javier Fortuna after knocking rival down THREE times then call out Gervonta Davis | The Sun

BOXING star Ryan Garcia once again displayed his knockout power as he blasted out Javier Fortuna in the sixth round.

The 23-year-old extended his perfect record to 23-0 with 19 KO wins in California before turning his attention to compatriot Gervonta Davis.

Garcia dropped the former WBA super-featherweight champion, 33, three times at the Arena.

The Flash sent the Dominican ace crashing to the canvas in the fourth and fifth rounds, with a body shot and check hook respectively.

He then finished the contest in the sixth with a brutal left hook to the head that forced Fortuna to take a knee.

Fortuna spat out his gumshield while on the deck as he failed to beat the ten-count.


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Fighting at super-lightweight (140lbs), Garcia has stressed that he doesn't want to return to the lightweight division (135lbs).

And while he expressed his desire to pit his wits against Davis, Garcia insisted the WBA lightweight king will have to fight him at 140lbs.

Speaking after his victory, he told Dazn: "I felt way better (fighting at 140).

"I’m not going back down to 135 for nothing, but I will fight Tank next, if Tank wants that at 140.

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"That fight is going to give me the respect I deserve.

"I’m never afraid, I have a spirit of competition in me, and you’re going to see that come out when I fight Tank and whoop his ass.”

Discussing his performance against Fortuna, he added: "I was crisp. I was sharp.

"I know how good a fighter I am.

"I just had to put it all together and you saw it come together today."

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