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  • Lefty0616
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    This is a great match up. Deontay Wilder once said, Ortiz will be a threat to just about every major contending heavyweight in the game. I think this fight will either back up that statement or mark the end of Ortiz's journey. I mean he is 60.

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  • Corelone
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    Ruiz has no legs. Tree stumps, fire plugs, but no legs. Parker out ran him, AJ built a track and trained for a marathon . I don't think surgery is going to help, but Granpa Ortiz might be shot to pieces. Hard call without more input.

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  • jkrames
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    i think we see an underwhelming points victory. winner? depends who shows up more in shape.

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  • El Escorpion
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    Originally posted by Earl-Hickey View Post

    Arreola vs Ruiz was also a Derby fight for Mexican pride, Arreola was clearly VERY up for that he didn't turn up looking bored and depressed like vs wilder for instance.
    The argument that Arreola was going to be easy fight due to his age is nonsense considering he had like three fights in a row at 38 years old winning 2 out of 3 fights and breaking a heavyweight record.
    Last edited by El Escorpion; 06-22-2022, 10:18 PM.

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  • Earl-Hickey
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    Originally posted by ElDinamita07 View Post
    Ruiz looked bad at his last fight because he underestimated his opponent for a comeback fight, Arreola can crack if you see his fights and knockout ratio. He broke the record of the most punches thrown for a heavyweight bout with Kownacki at age 39, he is an opponent who's not going to gas easily.

    I think Reynoso's gameplan was trying to make Andy defensively responsible and making him pick his shots, it was working initially until Arreola rocked him.

    He took away his biggest advantage at the heavyweight division which is applying a lot of pressure with his impressive hand speed. If he fought this way against Wilder, he would have been stopped.
    Arreola vs Ruiz was also a Derby fight for Mexican pride, Arreola was clearly VERY up for that he didn't turn up looking bored and depressed like vs wilder for instance.

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  • El Escorpion
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    Ruiz looked bad at his last fight because he underestimated his opponent for a comeback fight, Arreola can crack if you see his fights and knockout ratio. He broke the record of the most punches thrown for a heavyweight bout with Kownacki at age 39, he is an opponent who's not going to gas easily.

    I think Reynoso's gameplan was trying to make Andy defensively responsible by being mostly unactive and making him pick his shots, it was working initially until Arreola rocked him. He threw the gameplan at later rounds of the fight and won the match convincingly.

    He took away his biggest advantage at the heavyweight division which is applying a lot of pressure with his impressive hand speed. If he fought this way against Wilder, he would have been stopped.
    Last edited by El Escorpion; 06-22-2022, 09:48 PM.

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  • PRINCEKOOL
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    Ruiz Junior has had no bad loses, in both of his loses he? Was not dominated.

    Against Joshua, he was beaten in most rounds but was still a threat. And against Parker, it was a very competitive and close fight.

    Ruiz Junior should win this fight easy. But I don't know, Ortiz does not want to go away.

    Ortiz at his peak, or whenever he first appeared in the game was a really solid fighter 'Clearly technically better than most Heavyweights'.

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  • Earl-Hickey
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    Originally posted by Ry92 View Post
    Prime ortiz beats ruiz handedly, yet no one knows his real age based upon looks & cuba Dominican Rep history of lowering ages by 5 so years. He probably 48 pushing 50 so unless ruiz just showing up for a check he should win this, yet still an interesting fight. The 48 theory makes sense based upon looks was able to hold on til a mayweather pac man age when fought wilder yet at hw so easier now hes roy jones age and shows
    Bull****

    Ruiz best win is AJ

    Ortiz best win is... Lmfaooo.. BRYANT JENNINGS

    Ruiz has better secondary wins also and was robbed vs Joseph parker

    And he is like 20 years younger.

    Ruiz gets no respect, Ortiz gets far too much respect, I hope Ruiz really damages Ortiz.

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  • Earl-Hickey
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    I want to see Ortiz, face down on the floor in a puddle of his own blood, totally finished.

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  • Sid-Knee
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    The only benefit for Ortiz here is the fact Ruiz has been out of the ring for a long time. However, i don't see that as standing in the way of a Ruiz win by KO somewhere in the second half of the fight. Could come earlier if Ortiz looks to push sooner by being overanxious, but we'll see.

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