Deontay Wilder says Andy Ruiz Jr. has Anthony Joshua’s weaknesses all figured out


Andy Ruiz Jr. beat Anthony Joshua

Andy Ruiz Jr. knows exactly what to expect and what to do in Saturday’s rematch against Anthony Joshua, according to Deontay Wilder.
Ruiz Jr. defends the world titles he won after beating Joshua in June, when the two trade blows a second time in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, on Saturday, November 7.
And Wilder, who knows Ruiz Jr., believes the Mexican heavyweight has the Brit’s weaknesses all figured out.
“I really do think he has his number,” Wilder told Business Insider recently.
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Andy Ruiz Jr. has Anthony Joshua’s weaknesses all figured out, Deontay Wilder says.

“I really do think he has his number,” Wilder told Business Insider in November.

Wilder and Ruiz Jr. know each other well as they are both affiliated with the Las Vegas-based televised events firm Premier Boxing Champions (PBC).

One week before Wilder came from behind to knock out Luis Ortiz with a spectacular finish last month, he told Business Insider that he expects his PBC stablemate Ruiz Jr. to score a second successive victory over Joshua on Saturday.

Ruiz Jr. beat Joshua in a June 1 shocker in New York City, dropping the British heavyweight four times en route to a humiliating defeat that was supposed to introduce the previously unbeaten Joshua to the American market as a dominant champion in the division.

Instead, it coronated a new king as Ruiz Jr. wrested the WBA, WBO, and IBF world titles away from Joshua’s waist — honors he still owns to this day.

Attempting to explain the defeat, Joshua said Ruiz Jr. caught him with a “lucky punch” that was “sent from the Gods,” according to Sky Sports.

The WBC heavyweight champion Wilder laughed when Business Insider reminded him of Joshua’s remark recently.

“There’s no way [Ruiz Jr.] can be …read more

Source:: Business Insider

      

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