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  • For anyone who doubts Andy ruiz's ability and talent as a fighter

    Put this into perspective.

    For coming in as the second heaviest champion at 6 foot 2, looking like absolute trash. I mean let's be real here, he looked like complete garbage...

    He faced the most determined, the most focused, Anthony Joshua we've probably ever seen since the klitschko fight.. and he had him fighting scared, hurt him a couple times and went the full distance.

    Compare that to povetkin, who doing his absolute best got knocked the **** out. Just like 95% of Aj's other opponents.

    It's always been the same story with ruiz. For the past decade. He's a talented, dangerous fighter... if he puts the work in.

    Putting the work in and remaining disciplined has ALWAYS been his problem, but his talent and ability has never been in question.
    Last edited by llll; 12-08-2019, 09:34 PM.

  • #2
    Meh. If you don’t put the work in, you’re just a fat loser who screwed yourself.

    Ruiz will not get another shot.

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    • #3
      I swear a 225 lb. highly-motivated Ruiz would be a war machine.

      He'd be like a David Tua with faster hands, but we'll never see it happen.

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      • #4
        Yeah, that's the frustrating part about this. He should've been in better shape than the first one and we would've gotten one hell of a match again. Ruiz clearly knew that AJ (mentioned it several times himself) was going to slim down and try to box on the move and did just that. Here comes Ruiz, hardly trained and fat as fook, and just plods around.

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        • #5
          Watching hes lifestyle vlogs, I seen it coming, worried about his life and not AJ in December

          Good move by AJ taking the immediate rematch

          Andy achieving championship belts, history and the millions what he always wanted from his hard work had finally paid off, hopefully he regathers himself and can challenge AJ again, he has the skills to beat AJ but needs sharpen and focus in camp

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Joe Beamish View Post
            Meh. If you don't put the work in, you're just a fat loser who screwed yourself.

            Ruiz will not get another shot.
            He will definitely get another shot because that wasn't a good look yesterday by AJ and Ruiz

            I'm thinking AJ will fight Pulev next and WBO will call Ruiz v Usyk for the vacant title

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            • #7
              Joshua stopped Povetkin because he actually came to fight..With Ruiz he landed solid shots here and there but never tried to take him out as he was afraid of getting hit back...Ruiz is very limited and honestly not good at all...No need to make him any more then what he is man

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              • #8
                guy was fighting a taller guy and just followed him around the ring..now head movement, no jab ...just plodding...How his corner made no adjustments is beyond me

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by historian larry View Post
                  Joshua stopped Povetkin because he actually came to fight..With Ruiz he landed solid shots here and there but never tried to take him out as he was afraid of getting hit back...Ruiz is very limited and honestly not good at all...No need to make him any more then what he is man
                  He is good, no heavyweight was rushing to fight him before this, and none will be after.

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                  • #10
                    He should have trained a lot harder for the rematch. He should have come in 20 pounds lighter not 15 pounds fatter. He should have trained hard enough to throw over 500 punches instead of the 250 punches he did throw and maybe he would have won. He has great potential but he let himself down by not training like a maniac for the most important fight of his career. He made AJ's job much easier.

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