Ryan Garcia calls out Floyd Mayweather protege Gervonta Davis and Devin Haney at ringside after Luke Campbell win

RYAN GARCIA called out Gervonta Davis and Devin Haney after his win over Luke Campbell.

The 22-year-old silenced his critics as he wiped out the Brit with a brutal body shot on Saturday.

Garcia – who was carried to the ring on a throne – extended his record to 21-0 including 18 KOs.

During his post-fight interview on DAZN, he did not hold back as he called out two big names.

Speaking about Floyd Mayweather's protege Davis, he said: "Let's go Tank. Let's go, I'm ready."

He then claimed he wants to fight Haney – who was ringside for his victory in Dallas.

Garcia added: "I want to fight Devin too.

"I want to be a man of my word and fight Tank, I know people are worried about that one but I'm ready for it."

Haney, with a perfect record of 25-0, has held the WBC lightweight title since 2019.

Speaking about Garcia's performance after the fight, the 22-year-old said: "It was a good fight.

"He went in there, he got the win, but of course he got knocked down and showed some flaws, but he also showed that he had heart, and he got the win.

"Truthfully, I've seen a lot of flaws. Ryan is a good fighter and everything, but…

"That's a fight I would love to make. He's my mandatory now.

"We're gonna take the things we've got to do and fight my mandatory, and we gotta see if it happens."

Davis, who holds one of the WBA's secondary belts, is also a target for Garcia.

The hard-hitting 26-year-old has a record of 24-0 including 23 knockouts.

He brutally knocked out Leo Santa Cruz during his last fight at the end of October.

But Garcia claimed Tank's incredible win did not scare him – and promised to 'put him to sleep'.

Speaking to SunSport, DAZN presenter Kate Abdo urged Garcia to fight Davis next.

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