Suspected Ryan Garcia Mole Tsendbaatar Erdenebat Has Now Given An In-Depth Explanation Of What Happened When He Sparred With Garcia
Former Ryan Garcia sparring partner, Olympian and 5-0 professional Tsendbaatar Erdenebat has now given an in-depth explanation of what happened when he sparred with Garcia after being suspected of being a ‘mole’ in the camp following his viral social media post, yesterday.
(The video has been translated from Mongolian)
“Yesterday, Ryan Garcia lost to Tank Davis. He got hit in the body and lost. Ryan was injured coming into this fight. I uploaded a video on social media today about his injury. It was an apology for injuring him leading into this fight. It was during the sparring session, and because of that it costs you this fight.”
“It was only because I felt bad about injuring you right before the fight. Everyone’s got upset especially people that bet on Ryan. It’s getting headlined on social media, I am getting called names, they called me ‘rat’ and ‘mole’. It was only an apology. I didn’t rat on no one, I am not a rat.”
“I was getting paid to spar. It was about 6k a month. It was in the sixth spar, I hit him with the punch I was practising, I hit him in the body and he got injured. Ryan went to the hospital and I went home with half of my salary. I got fired from the sparring”
“The video I uploaded on Instagram was only to apologize to Ryan.”
Erdenebat returns to the ring this Thursday, April 27 on a Boxing Insider Promotions/Lou Di Bella card at the Sony Hall, New York, USA live on DAZN. The Mongolian will face Edy Valencia Mercado (20-9-6) in an 8-round featherweight contest.
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