Ryan Garcia vs Javier Fortuna Odds, Picks & How to Watch

Ryan Garcia vs Javier Fortuna Odds, Picks & How to Watch

Ryan Garcia celebrates after knocking out Romero Duno

Nov 2, 2019; Las Vegas, NV, USA; (not pictured) in their WBC silver and NABO lightweight title bout at MGM Grand Garden Arena. Garcia won via first round TKO. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Ryan Garcia vs. Javier Fortuna goes Saturday, July 16th at 8 PM EST
Garcia is a sizable favorite heading into the Fortuna fight
Check out the Garcia vs Fortuna odds, analysis, and predictions, below

Ryan Garcia vs Javier Fortuna goes at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, California and broadcasts on DAZN. The former is heavily favored over the latter in the Garcia vs Fortuna betting odds, priced at -1100.

Let’s analyze the Ryan Garcia vs Javier Fortuna odds via DraftKings Sportsbook as we provide our best bet for the bout.

Garcia vs Fortuna Odds

Fighter
Odds
Ryan Garcia
-1100
Javier Fortuna
+600

Odds as of July 11th via DraftKings Sportsbook.

 

 

This fight was supposed to transpire last July before Garcia pulled out to get on top of some mental health issues. Then a planned Joseph Diaz bout for November fell by the wayside due to a Garcia hand injury.

Ryan Garcia’s Betting Outlook vs Fortuna

Garcia competes in front of his home state here and the pugilist should get quite the partisan welcome when he walks into the ring in the coming days.

The 23-year-old returned to competing in April and readies for his sophomore bout of the calendar year here. The number six ranked lightweight is undefeated so far as a pro and the future looks bright for the surging prospect.

‘King Ry’ has been consistently calling for a Gervonta Davis clash in December should he secure the victory this weekend.

He previously captured the interim WBC lightweight title but Garcia is seemingly eyeing Davis’ WBA regular lightweight belt now.

Garcia vs Fortuna Recent Fights

Emmanuel Tagoe, win via UD
Fight 1
Rafael Hernandez, win via KO
Luke Campbell, win via TKO
Fight 2
Joseph Diaz, loss via UD
Francisco Fonseca, win via KO
Fight 3
Antonio Lozada, win via KO
Romero Duno, win via KO
Fight 4
Jesus Marcelo Andres Cuellar, win via TKO

Before any talk of a ‘Tank’ fight can pick up, Garcia must get by an individual that many see as Garcia’s toughest pro test, and for good reason.

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Javier Fortuna’s Betting Outlook vs Garcia

Fortuna has fallen short in a pair of bids for lightweight gold since moving up. Still though, he remains in the top ten and remains resolute in his quest.

The former WBA super featherweight champion and WBA featherweight champion looks to secure a significant win towards getting a crack at a world title in a third weight category.

As Fortuna looks to make it the third time’s the charm and punch his ticket with an emphatic win over one of boxing’s biggest social media stars.

These 135-pounders both have a respectable magnitude of finishing ability. Fortuna’s last fight saw him garner a finish in the first frame and he has a 70 percent finishing rate overall opposite Garcia’s rate of 82 percent.

Both men will have to be defensively responsible while offensively effective as both of these guys can really touch up the other if they’re caught lacking.

Garcia vs Fortuna Tale of the Tape

22-0
Record
37-3-1
18
Knockouts
26
5’10
Height
5’6.5
70″
Reach
68.5″
Orthodox
Stance
Southpaw

Garcia vs Fortuna Prediction

This prizefight is scheduled for twelve rounds but I do not see this one going the distance.

Garcia has solid firepower and considering his overall size advantages, I can see him halting Fortuna inside the distance. I think Garcia gets the stoppage between rounds seven and nine.

Pick: Ryan Garcia (-1100)

 

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A part-time writer and full-time broadcaster, Dylan has hosted MMA talk shows Lights Out and Pure Fight Radio with featured guests like Jens Pulver, Roy Nelson, Miesha Tate, and covered some of the biggest MMA promotions like Rumble in the Cage, Unified MMA, and King of the Cage.

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