IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz is shaking his head at Tyson Fury's recent theatrics during Mexican Independence Day weekend.
Fury is headlining this Saturday night against undefeated Otto Wallin, during Mexican Independence Day weekend, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Mexican superstar Canelo Alvarez was due to be the big headliner this weekend, but he pushed back his return to a later date in the year.
Fury, embracing the Mexican colors, waving the country flag and wearing a lucha libre mask, has raised the eyebrows of Ruiz, who in June became the first Mexican boxer to capture a heavyweight title.
Ruiz has been on the receiving end of Fury's verbal jabs for several months. Fury has been needling Joshua about losing to a "fat guy" and making other statements about Ruiz's weight and appearance.
In a recent interview, Fury explained that Ruiz would be an easy assignment in the ring, so easy that the unbeaten boxer believes he could achieve victory with only one hand.
"Tyson Fury’s talking s***. He’s representing Mexico – he’s not even Mexican, what kind of s*** is that? A British f******, he ain’t even Mexican, wearing the f****** Mexican flag, messed up man," Ruiz stated on social media.
“Stay in your lane, represent your country, Tyson Fury, represent your country, represent what you represent. He just needs to stay in his lane – represent where he’s from, shouldn’t be representing another country that he’s not even a little close of.”