Boxing star Ryan Garcia is KICKED OUT of the New York Mets’ stadium as officials ‘pull the plug on plans to let him throw the first pitch’ – before he goes on expletive-laden Twitter rant and claims he will ‘expose’ the team

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Written By Maya Cantina
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Boxing star Ryan Garcia ranted about the New York Mets after being kicked out of Citi Field on Tuesday.

Garcia and Devin Haney, who will headline at Barclays Center for the WBC super lightweight title on Saturday, were supposed to throw the first pitches ahead of the Mets-Pirates game in Queens.

However, the baseball team retracted the arrangement in the 11th hour, fearing that the two boxers would let their animosity cause trouble on the field. Following the incident, Garcia posted a video slamming the Mets on his social media.

‘Yo guys, the Mets just wasted three hours of our life,’ Garcia said in the video, with promoter Oscar De La Hoya walking with him. ‘To say at the end: ‘You can’t throw the pitch,’ for whatever reason. There was no reason, and they kicked us out.’

‘I’m personally gonna say f**k the Mets,’ he exclaimed. ‘Don’t ever go to a f***ing Mets game again. F**k the Mets.’

Ryan Garcia got kicked out of Citi Field after getting invited to throw the first pitch on Tuesday 

The Mets invited Garcia and Devin Haney to throw the first pitch but retracted on the 11th hour

The Mets invited Garcia and Devin Haney to throw the first pitch but retracted on the 11th hour 

Before being told to leave the premises, Garcia had entered the ballpark and practiced his form ahead of the pitch. The knockout artist also claimed that he would ‘throw a hundred mile-per-hour, two hundred mile-per-hour fastball.’

After posting the initial video, Garcia continued to express his frustration on X, saying: ‘Mets let Haney and 12 goons and I could only bring 1 security and 2 of my film crew.’

‘I will expose the Mets so bad and MLB,’ he said in another tweet.

‘GO YANKEES,’ he wrote in a third post, referring to the heated cross-town rivalry between New York’s baseball teams.

During the buildup, fans have worried about Garcia’s well-being as his social media activity continuously becomes concerning. Garcia previously made a cryptic post claiming he had been murdered and claimed he was tied up by ‘the elites’ at Bohemian Grove.

Garcia and Haney got into an altercation at the Empire State Building earlier in the day

Garcia and Haney got into an altercation at the Empire State Building earlier in the day 

Garcia will fight Haney for the WBC WBC super lightweight title on Saturday in Brooklyn, NY

Garcia will fight Haney for the WBC WBC super lightweight title on Saturday in Brooklyn, NY 

Garcia’s bizarre rants continued when he claimed an earthquake would ‘destroy’ Hollywood and Las Vegas. He also labeled Elon Musk as the Antichrist.

Although the Mets pulled the plug on having Garcia and Haney on the mound perhaps a little too late, sources shared that the decision sprung from the boxers’ scuffle at the Empire State Building earlier in the day.

During a faceoff in front of the Manhattan skyline, Haney pushed Garcia by the face, sending the Victorville, California native back a few feet before they got separated.

After the altercation, Garcia said that he ‘identifies as a woman’ therefore making Haney’s act a hate crime.

‘Devin touched me without my consent I’m suing him for putting his hands on me,’ Garcia wrote. ‘And I Identify as a woman. So he touched me as a Grown man and hit a Grown woman. And I’m lgbtq+. So now it’s a hate crime. Nah this is SO F***ED UP.’

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