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Ryan Garcia reveals what he really drank at weigh-in during FaceTime with Jake Paul and it changes everything

Ryan Garcia reveals what he really drank at weigh-in during FaceTime with Jake Paul and it changes everything

Ryan Garcia caused a stir at the weigh-in for his fight against Devin Haney.

Ryan Garcia has revealed what he really drank at the chaotic weigh-in for his fight against Devin Haney and it changes everything.

Garcia's fight against Haney is still on despite the troubled star badly missing weight for their WBC super-lightweight world title clash.

On Friday, he weighed in at 143.2lbs - missing weight by over 3lbs for their scheduled 140lbs bout. Defending champion Haney hit the championship weight.

Garcia lost a whopping bet because of his weigh-in mishap and shockingly explained why he failed to hit the 140lbs weight.

At the ceremonial weigh-ins, Garcia appeared to down a bottle of beer before clashing with Haney and his team in wild scenes.

However, speaking to Jake Paul on FaceTime, he revealed that he really drank a combination of apple juice and sparkling water. Check it out below:

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He confirmed his drink on social media. On X, he wrote: "Apple Juice and sparkling water HEHE."

Garcia not only fooled Paul but also fight fans as he made it out to be that he was chugging a bottle of beer.

Eddie Hearn, who promotes Devin Haney, believes Garcia missing weight won't make a 'huge amount of difference'.

He said: "Disappointing. It is what it is. Devin is defending his title, I don't think it makes a huge amount of difference. It might tell you a little bit more about Ryan's preparation. He's going to be dangerous.

"They're both going to rehydrate to a big number, Devin does anyway. So Ryan will. He's going to be punching hard in there tomorrow night. It's a dangerous fight, weight changes nothing in that respect."

Hearn also confirmed the fight was never in any danger of being cancelled.

"A deal was made," he added. "They are ready to fight. In this situation, a deal would be made and that's it.

"He's going to be heavier, all the assets that he has, makes him dangerous in this fight. The fact he's clearly not quite himself could make him even more dangerous.

"We'll see tomorrow."

The fight will be shown live on DAZN PPV in the UK, as well as 200 other countries, and you can purchase the event for £19.99. You can also subscribe to DAZN for £9.99-per-month, which will commit you to an annual subscription.

A more flexible monthly option is priced at £19.99, which allows you to cancel at any time. However, the cheapest way to subscribe is by paying for the annual membership upfront - which is £99.

The fight can be streamed on your mobile or tablet device and is also on DAZN 1 (Sky channel 429).

Fans can purchase tickets from the link here. The cheapest option currently on offer is around £111 ($140) to attend the event.

Featured Image Credit: DAZN/Betr

Topics: Ryan Garcia, Jake Paul, Boxing