Joshua Ruiz 2 Mega-Fight: Anthony Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz: Der Live-Ticker zum Nachlesen
Anthony Joshua und Andy Ruiz stehen sich im WM-Kampf erneut Mal gegenüber. Hier erfahrt Ihr, wann der Boxkampf steigt und alles zu den. Der Boxkampf "Ruiz – Joshua 2" soll in Saudi-Arabien stattfinden. Alle Infos und Updates zum WM-Fight Joshua vs. Ruiz finden Sie hier. Inklusive. Anthony Joshua gegen Andy Ruiz. Der Rückkampf zwischen den beiden Schwergewichtsboxern um die Weltmeistertitel der Verbände IBF, IBO. Andy Ruiz - Anthony Joshua: Die besten Bilder vom Kampf 2. Runde: AJ wieder im Rückwärtsgang, auch mit dem einen oder anderen. Die Karriere von Schwergewichtsboxer Anthony Joshua verlief bis Sommer nahezu perfekt. Im Rückkampf um vier WM-Gürtel gegen Andy Ruiz.
Der Boxkampf "Ruiz – Joshua 2" soll in Saudi-Arabien stattfinden. Alle Infos und Updates zum WM-Fight Joshua vs. Ruiz finden Sie hier. Inklusive. Die Karriere von Schwergewichtsboxer Anthony Joshua verlief bis Sommer nahezu perfekt. Im Rückkampf um vier WM-Gürtel gegen Andy Ruiz. Anthony Joshua hat seine WM-Gürtel zurück! Nach der überraschenden Niederlage gegen Andy Ruiz Jr. im Madison Square Garden, hat sich.
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Let's not forget AJ not only floored Ruiz in their first encounter, he landed some sweet shots. A close fight favors?
Should the rematch go the distance, a close fight would likely favor Joshua as he'll enter the bout as the A-side again.
Also, although Andy seemed to be decisively beating AJ in the first fight, two judges had him ahead by only a point at the time of the KO while the third had Joshua up by the same margin.
If judging in the rematch is anything like the first bout, Joshua will likely get the benefit of the doubt in hard-to-call rounds,a la Canelo Alvarez in his battles with Gennady Golovkin.
The Rocky 3 Effect? Will he bring the proverbial 'Eye of the Tiger' in the rematch? Weighty issues: Ruiz is 16 lbs heavier than before and Joshua 10 lbs lighter.
Is Andy getting a little too big for his britches? Figuratively and literally. And will he be Buster Douglas No. He did it against Wladimir Klitschko too?
Who'll be next for the winner? Eddie Hearn insists he'd like to see the winner fight former undisputed cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk - an opponent no heavyweight should look forward to.
Should Ruiz win again, look for him to face a lesser foe prior to Usyk, Deontay Wilder or another top 5 heavyweight. If Joshua wins, don't be surprised if he faces Wilder in a mega showdown; Team Joshua wouldn't want to take anymore chances that could jeopardize the big event.
Going into that fight Andy Ruiz was a replacement One hundred percent of the time, he's just and opponent. I never gave Ruiz a chance.
I'm very happy that he won. It's impressive to me that he showed his heart and determination to finish Anthony Joshua the way he did. I think Anthony Joshua will win [the rematch] because now he has to make adjustments I think Anthony Joshua walked in that fight thinking 'this is an easy fight for me.
For the rematch, Anthony Joshua is coming in with a different mentality. He's a big threat. Now I have to prepare myself differently and come to the fight with a different mentality.
When Joshua dropped Ruiz he was thinking 'This guy is done. I already got him and I'm gonna finish him. And that was his worst mistake.
I don't see Ruiz winning. I think he's going to go in like the first fight and he's going to run into problems [due to Joshua's adjustments].
Mike Tyson : " Andy came the other day, we talked. I looked at Joshua and I seen that he didn't want to be in the ring on the night.
He was looking away he had other things on his mind. From round one I could see what was going to happen. I looked at Joshua and he didn't have no water, no sweat on him and I thought this guys is going to get knocked out.
Although, second time round, I feel Ruiz will have a confidence knowing he has the power to hurt Joshua. I'm going for Joshua points win.
If AJ can make adjustments, rela adjustments, he can beat Andy but if he don't make to his entire style he won't beat Andy again because Andy Ruiz is a really good fighter who is one the only heavyweights that throws multipole punch combinations.
Andy Ruiz can throw 5 and 6 punch combinations as a heavyweight with good velocity and good power. Andy is not just a guy who luckily uset Joshua.
Fight Quotes Fight Quotes. He was getting outboxed, he was getting outfought and then he got knocked down three times, two to boot. He's a good fighter.
But the way he lost? For me, he quit. This man went straight to his corner. You're not supposed to do this. This is not a time-out.
And the ref told him, "This ain't no time-out. But I told them he's not effective at that weight. I said this guy is one of the best fighters in the world when he's heavy.
I've never seen him hurt by a body shot or headshot. He won the title fat Because he looks a bit more presentable?
Look, this is not a modeling show! This is a fight! Povetkin seems a little shocked from the first round still. Round 3: More conservative work now from Hunter but he still looks like a really confident in there.
Beating Povetkin to the punch in almost every instance. Round 2: Hunter still Better from Povetkin but his opponent definitely had the better of that round as well.
Expect more fireworks to come. He wobbles Povetkin immediately and the Russian's legs go stuff. Hunter all over Povetkin so far.
Great first round for the American, who'll look to do the same in the second. I took this fight at late notice and came in overweight but I knew I could get through the rounds," says Whyte.
I thought about walking away from boxing. Good win for Whyte, he gets the points victory. Hopefully he can focus on his nest fight properly - without distractions.
Round Big left hook from Whyte in the final round - which has been the best of the night. Digging deep now is Whyte, who'll get the win on the cards.
Wach gave a good account of himself at the ripe old age of Round 9: Whyte opens up with a big shot below the belt and both fighters begin to trade in the middle of the round.
Some noticeable swelling on the right eye of Whyte. One more round to go. Best round of the fight for Wach, that one.
Round 8: Another easy round for Whyte. Cruising here and Wach is still trying to throw accurate punches but his stamina is letting him down.
Into the final two rounds we go. Round 7: Both fighters beginning to wane now. Suddenly that weight is taking its toll.
Whyte tries a couple of big shots toward the end of the round but we head into the eighth. Round 6: Whyte winning another round here.
And his shots are starting to land really clean. Wach is a tough cookie, though, he keeps coming forward. Mark Tibbs will be happy with this.
Whyte still looking to impose himself, you sense he's looking for that patented left hook which took Derek Chisora out.
Round 4: Another round for Whyte. Remember he hasn't been in a ring for a fight since July 20 when he outpointed Oscar Rivas.
Whyte doing a decent job here in Riyadh, though. Round 3: Wach trying to evade some big bombs in there now.
Both fighters not in the greatest condition but Whyte definitely on top here. He'll be looking for a stoppage sooner rather than later.
Round 2: Whyte doing more of the same but with more intent, some powerful shots to finish the round. Wach looking a bit sorry for himself in there.
Hopefully this catches light soon. Round 1: Whyte just jabbing his way into the fight. Few ramrods to the body to kick things off.
Wach not offering up much back. Good start for Whyte, who would love a win here. Whyte has also had to put up with troubles with UK-Anti Doping, who yesterday cleared him of any alleged doping in the lead-up to his fight with Rivas.
Still raining in Riyadh! There were rumours that the fight could be postponed if the rain wouldn't let up but Eddie Hearn has dispelled those rumours.
Kevin Iole, of Yahoo Sports, first reported the news but later apologised for the incorrect information. But plenty of fans with ponchos on.
Ruiz Jr had an umbrella held over his head as he walked into Diriyah Arena, while Joshua had the same treatment.
Thunder and lightning has been forecast, but it's just rain at the moment. We'll keep you all updated on any changes to the card tonight.
The champ is here! I'd have to agree with that. Not sure he was really hurt there but Price gets the stoppage he was after.
Round 2: More of the same from Price in the second round. Nice and comfortable in there, cruising to victory so far. Mohamed has nothing to offer.
Round 1: The size differnce is massive here as Price knocks Swedi Mohamed's gumshield out. Price in his second professional bout here.
Good stoppage again. Fully deserved win for Hrgovic, who didn't stop from the very first bell. Another onslaught from Hrgovic, Molina goes down and the referee waves off the bout.
Round 2: Molina being bullied around the ring again here. Hrgovic so aggressive and full of intent.
Molina goes down again but troubles Hrgovic with a right hand of his own when he gets up! The Mexican takes a knee again, however, and that's the end of the round.
Molina goes down in the final moments of the round after an onslaught from Hrgovic but the referee doesn't score a knockdown. Some back-of-the-head shots from the Croat.
He lost to Deontay Wilder a few years back in the ninth round of their contest before Anthony Joshua stopped him in the third round in Hrgovic, a promising Croatian heavyweight, is a handful for anybody in the division - including Wilder and Joshua.
That was a good stoppage from Victor Loughlan. Little had no more to give and Majidov would've done some serious damage otherwise.
Majidov lands a right hand and floors Little but he gets up, takes more punishment and the referee stops it! Majidov with the better action, pressing forward but Little has been solid and thrown a few big punches himself.
Joshua weigh in at 16st 13lbs So while Joshua weigh in 10lbs lighter than he did in June, Ruiz weighed in at an enormous lbs, his heaviest weight since his second fight as a pro.
He is really an under-rated guy. His low centre of gravity works well against a big heavyweight and his hand speed is phenomenal. His style plays to Joshua's weaknesses.
I just think Joshua has lost weight. I feel he may have lost muscle and that can be detrimental. Ruiz Jr is super confident, he punches hard, he's got really fast hands, and I think he's going to back AJ up.
Joshua is slimmer now and lighter, but I'm not sure that is going to help him. I just see the same fight happening. I think Ruiz Jr is going to get to him eventually, hurt him with a shot, and finish him.
I'm going to go for a Joshua win, because it's his to lose. Joshua got his tactics completely wrong in the first fight, let Ruiz Jr do what he does well.
Ruiz Jr has got good hand speed. He got dropped and then he threw caution to the wind and let his hands go, and that was enough for him.
If he stops him, it's a bonus. This time, he's fully prepared for the fighter who's in front of him. There's so many variables and questions that we don't know the answers to, which makes it hard to predict.
History says immediate rematches don't go well and I've just got a gut feeling it's going to be a repeat win for Ruiz Jr.
Joshua came up against Whyte and Majidov in the amateurs - losing both, before going on to taste defeat against Ruiz as a pro six months ago.
AJ, however, has also beaten Whyte in the pro ranks, while he also holds wins over Povetkin and Molina. Joshua is expected to hit the ring as the challenger at around 8.
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Repeat or Redemption? Welcome to Express Sport's live coverage of what will be an absolute cracker of a heavyweight clash later on this evening.
Nerves will be jangling for what is the biggest test of Joshua's career. AJ was stunned into a seventh-round TKO loss at Madison Square Garden in June and since then he's had to deal with naysayers, detractors and even body language experts.
How's he doing mentally? Physically he looks good. Can AJ hush the haters by winning back the titles that not all fans are predicting him to do?
Sit back, try and relax, it's going to be a nail-biter from start to finish - we'll every update right here on Express Sport. Joshua opens up after win Anthony Joshua has sent a heartfelt message to his fans on Instagram following the reclamation of his world title belts.
Mayweather comparisons Some boxing fans weren't impressed with Joshua's performance over Ruiz, criticising his cautious approach. Too much partying Andy Ruiz blamed the performance and subsequent result on partying too much in between fights.
The Mexican admitted he had barely trained as he sould have, and played a role in the defeat. Hearn on the mic "Future plans are to celebrate and to celebrate hard.
Ruiz has had his say Andy Ruiz didn't disgrace himself tonight - and the Mexican wants more of Joshua in the future, despite being outclassed tonight.
Joshua: " I wanted to put on a boxing masterclass. The first time was so nice, I had to do it twice," he said.
Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz 2. Ruiz on his way to the ring! Ring walks - AJ heading to the ring! Hands are wrapped and ready to go It's nearly time!
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