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    Andy Ruiz Takes Swipe at Tyson Fury after being criticized

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    Boxing   |   September 1, 2019

    Andy Ruiz Jr, who is the current Unified heavyweight champion will be defending his titles against Anthony Joshua who he defeated to claim the titles on December 7 in Saudi Arabia, but he is being criticized for his lack of preparation.

    Andy Ruiz Jr clapped back at Tyson Fury and critics ahead of his rematch with Anthony Joshua in Dubai.

    Tyson fury told online boxing channel,Behind the Gloves of his prediction about the rematch: if Andy Ruiz is in good shape and has trained hard, he would stand a chance against Anthony Joshua. ” Anthony Joshua has dedicated his life to boxing, and he trains extremely hard.”

    Fury further added that Ruiz has been showing off an expensive Rolls Royces and been on TV shows and he’s adding a lot of weight, and he hasn’t been in the gym for months, and no one has seen him around working out.

    [Fury further added that Ruiz has been showing off an expensive Rolls Royces and been on TV shows and he’s adding a lot of weight, and he hasn’t been in the gym for months, and no one has seen him around working out.

    However, Ruiz had replied to his critics saying, “Everyone is going to have something to say, but they don’t know anything but what they see on Instagram. I’m working hard. I want everyone to think I’m not working out again and think I’m just sleeping and partying hard. But I’m coming hard and better”

    The Mexican-American professional boxer. In June 2019, he staged a shocking upset by defeating Anthony Joshua to win the WBA (Super), International Boxing Federation (IBF), World Boxing Organization (WBO) and IBO heavyweight titles. In doing so, Ruiz made history by becoming the first boxer of Mexican descent to become a world heavyweight champion.

    Andy Ruiz Jr. is 3.40 to beat Anthony Joshua

     

     

    Written by:  Collins MIchael Nwokolo

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