Boxer Ryan Garcia announces divorce on the same day as the birth of his child

25-year-old boxing prodigy Ryan Garcia recently took to Instagram to share a series of personal updates that have stirred the media and his followers.

In a Friday night revelation, Garcia announced both the birth of his kid and his divorce from his model wife.

In a heartfelt post accompanied by a tender photo of his newborn child, Ryan Garcia talked about the birth of his son. He showed immense affection and pride as a new father. Expressing his deep love for the newborn, Garcia revealed that the labor process lasted a short eight minutes.

Surprisingly within an hour of the announcement, Ryan Garcia returned to social media with another significant revelation. He talked about his divorce with his wife Andrea Celina.

In a since-deleted post, Garcia expressed his emotions about this decision. He said: “As I step into a new chapter in my life, it’s with a heavy heart to share that Drea and I have decided to divorce.”

“While this decision marks the end of our marriage, it’s important to emphasize that our relationship as co-parents remains our top priority.”

“Throughout our years together, Drea has been an incredible partner and an even more extraordinary mother to our two children. I’m deeply grateful for the years we shared and for her unwavering commitment to our family.”

Andrea hasn’t shared any messages regarding the news yet. The only thing she posted on her account was a screenshot of her story of Eminem’s “Love the Way You Lie.” It seems like the two have had a disagreement.

Garcia’s Instagram post was removed after around 12 hours, and it’s not known how things are with the couple.

Garcia and Celina have been dating since 2019, but it’s unknown how long they’ve been married since they never made their marriage public.

Meanwhile, the super featherweight boxer with a commendable 24-1 record is actively seeking his next opponent. Throughout his amazing career, he has suffered only one defeat against Gervonta Davis in April of the preceding year.

He defeated Oscar Duarte in Houston when he competed the last time. It seems like his next opponent will be Rolando Romero or Devin Haney.