Streamer Adin Ross joined the chorus of voices expressing concern for boxer Ryan Garcia

 Streamer Adin Ross joined the chorus of voices expressing concern for boxer Ryan Garcia's well-being, revealing on his stream that he sensed Garcia might be experiencing a breakdown. This sentiment echoed by Garcia's ex-wife, Andrea Celina, and his brother, Sean Garcia, who urged prayers for him.

Notable figures in the fighting community, including Tyron Woodley, Dillon Danis, and Rolly Romero, also lent their support to Garcia, acknowledging his reported mental health struggles.

However, Ross faced backlash on social media, with some suggesting his comments were motivated by ulterior motives, hinting at possible connections to the "elites" Garcia had accused of wrongdoing in a Twitter Spaces session with Andrew Tate.

Critics on TikTok scrutinized Ross's body language and speech patterns, insinuating he might be concealing information or allegiances. Ross, known for his lucrative deal with streaming platform Kick, has been under scrutiny following controversies involving payments to rappers 21 Savage and Playboi Carti for appearances on his streams.

As for Garcia, after a series of posts on social media, he seemed to refocus on his upcoming fight with Haney, pledging to prioritize his health and training in the lead-up to the bout. Whether Garcia will maintain this stance remains uncertain, but Ross may find it prudent to refrain from further commentary on the matter.

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