Ryan Garcia, a lightweight boxer who had recently returned to the sport, destroyed Emmanuel ‘Game Boy’ Tagoe during their fight in America. The Ghanaian boxer was beaten on all three judges’ scorecards as Ryan Garcia defeated Emmanuel Tagoe in a unanimous decision in Texas. With his salary from the fight, Emmanuel Tagoe will return to Ghana with $200,000 in cash and will also earn a 30 percent cut of all pay-per-view revenue. Following a comprehensive defeat by American fighter Ryan Garcia in San Antonio, Ghanaian boxer Emmanuel “Game Boy” Tagoe had an unsatisfying evening in the United States. It was a unanimous decision among the three judges, with Tom Carusone (119-108) and Lisa Giampa (118-109) ruling in favor of the American and Ellis Johnson (119-108) voting against Tagoe.
After the fight, Rayn Garcia stated his dissatisfaction with his opponent, believing that he had nothing to give him.
With Tagoe’s negative attitude to the bout, Garcia stated, “I had to take him down the aisle. He wasn’t giving me anything.” “I’ll learn more, and I know I’ve got a lot more in me,” he said, according to citisportsonline. “I’m looking forward to it.”
Garcia was making his comeback to the ring after a 15-month absence, but he looked sharp as he sent the Ghanaian to the canvas on multiple occasions. Garcia:
Tagoe was able to keep the fight going for all 12 rounds, and he even attempted to show off some quick punches at one point. Garcia, on the other hand, proved to be too hot for Tagoe in front of a cheering crowd in Texas.
Emmanuel Tagoe will earn a whopping $200,000 from the fight, in addition to receiving a share of the pay per view revenue of $30,000.