Ryan Garcia gifted 'one-of-a-kind' jumpsuit by Gymshark for his fight with Emmanuel Tagoe

  • Tom Ward
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Ryan Garcia has been given a ‘one-of-a-kind’ jumpsuit by his sponsors Gymshark.

The American star, who boasts 8.7 million followers on Instagram, received the special gift ahead of his next fight.

Garcia, 23, will face Ghanaian Emmanuel Tagoe on Saturday night at the Alamodome in San Antonio.

It will be the first time the California native has set foot inside the ring since he stopped Luke Campbell in seven rounds in February of last year.

To celebrate Garcia’s return to the ring after such a long layoff, the sportswear giant Gymshark teamed up London embroiderers Hand & Lock to create a custom-made suit to mark the special occasion.

Amazing footage captured by boxing reporter Elie Sekbach shows the exact moment Garcia saw the expensive piece of clothing for the first time.

The video was shared on Twitter by Garcia’s promoters Golden Boy Promotions and shows Garcia unwrapping the present with his family.

WATCH: Gymshark gifted Ryan Garcia a ‘one-of-a-kind’ jumpsuit for his fight with Emmanuel Tagoe

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Golden Boy’s official account captioned the post: “Gymshark gives Ryan Garcia the royal treatment for fight week with a one-of-a-kind jumpsuit created by the Queen’s embroiderer.”

In the clip, Garcia can be seen opening up the surprise package to reveal a matte black jacket complete with a magnificent gold trim and zip as well as a pair of matching baseball caps and matching trousers.

The symbols showing Garcia’s date of birth on the back of the jacket are also embroidered with real gold, according to a company representative.

Reading a letter from the company, Garcia said: “We’re so proud to present you with this one-of-a-kind fight kit fit for a king.

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“The team designed and made this specifically for your upcoming fight, all done in our HQ in the UK.

“We created it using our seamless knitting technology and it was hand-embroidered in London using the same threads used for the Royal Family and the British Armed Forces.

“You’ll find your daughters’ names and your motto inside the cuff as well as your dedication to your grandmother in gold above your heart.

“Wishing you all the best as you step into the ring and shock the world, Gymshark family.”

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