Ryan Garcia comes out on a throne in Apollo Creed-style ring walk before beating Luke Campbell with brutal body shot

RYAN GARCIA lived up to his 'King Ry' nickname as he was carried to the ring on a throne.

The 22-year-old went on to silence his critics with an impressive win over Luke Campbell.

Garcia faced the biggest test of his professional career when he came up against the Brit in Texas.

But the rising star ensured all eyes were on him before the lightweight showdown got underway.

After 33-year-old Campbell casually strolled to the ring, Garcia stepped things up a gear.

The 22-year-old was carried into the arena on a throne by five members of his team.

He wore a gold wreath as he waved to his fans at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.

Despite his impressive entrance, the fight did not get off to the best of starts for the Mexican-American.

Garcia was dropped for the first time in the second round, but managed to bounce back in style.

The hard-hitting 22-year-old ended the contest with an incredible body shot in the seventh round.


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After the fight, he shared a photograph of himself on his throne with his 8 million Instagram followers.

Alongside a crown emoji, he wrote: "You're not who they say you are, you are who you choose to be."

Tyson Fury was also carried to the ring on a throne before his incredible win over Deontay Wilder.

The Gypsy King even wore a crown and a red cape as he was held up by four women dressed in gold.

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