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    Chris Arreola was cautious even after hurting Andy Ruiz Jr. during the second and third rounds Saturday night. Were Arreola more aggressive, he might've become the first fighter to knock out the former heavyweight champion. Arreola knew, though, that Ruiz remained dangerous after Arreola hurt him, which was why the longtime contender didn't over-commit to trying to stop his vulnerable opponent.
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    Joyce vs usyk. Yoka vs ajagba. Ruiz vs ortiz (or parker). Hrgovic vs Makhmudov. Then the winners vs one another. And the final winner vs fury/aj winner.

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    • #3
      Well it was really a flash KD, and Ruiz has a good chin. But Arreola still fought him in close quarters when he shouldn't have.

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      • #4
        I always been a big fan of Arreola because i like tough all action fighters but i had him only winning rounds 2 & 3. A clear loss 117-110

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        • #5
          Arreola statement is flawed. He says Ruiz didn't hurt him and then says he didn't want to throw caution to the wind. If Arreola had thrown caution to the wind and gone for broke, he could have been stopped but he could have gotten the KO and if he had done that, he would be on cloud 9 with the biggest win of his career. He often didn't have proper distance and let Ruiz duck under his punches instead of punching downward and catching Ruiz.
          Last edited by richardt; Yesterday, 01:20 PM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by richardt View Post
            Arreola statement is flawed. He says Ruiz didn't hurt him and then says he didn't want to throw caution to the wind. If Arreola had thrown caution to the wind and gone for broke, he could have been stopped but he could have gotten the KO and if he had done that, he would be on cloud 9 with the biggest win of his career. He often didn't have proper distance and let Ruiz duck under his punches instead of punching downward and catching Ruiz.
            Ruiz is just a better fighter. Even a poorly prepared Ruiz gave him all he wanted. Ruiz spent so much energy trying to lose weight and not look the Pillsbury doughboy that his boxing skills sucked. He was much sharper in the first Joshua fight.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by 15round View Post

              Ruiz is just a better fighter. Even a poorly prepared Ruiz gave him all he wanted. Ruiz spent so much energy trying to lose weight and not look the Pillsbury doughboy that his boxing skills sucked. He was much sharper in the first Joshua fight.
              He's a much better fighter but as we know, on a given night, those dynamics can change when it comes to heavyweights and power. If he can avoid gaining any weight and take of some more weight slowly, he'll do much better in his next fight since he will have the rust off from a year and a half of being out of the ring.

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