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    The first day of activities in San Diego, California, between former unified heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz, and the trainer of the year in 2019, Eddy Reynoso , was summed up in 90 minutes of work and great expectations were generated on what can happen in the future.
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  • #2
    I doubt Ruiz's 'comeback' will amount to much .He will demand huge paydays for his efforts when his only claim to fame is beating a fighter who many see as protected.

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    • #3
      Fool us once.......

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      • #4
        People wanna crap on Ruiz but here's what we do know

        If he loses 20lbs he beats the unified current world champion

        We know that for a fact

        So stop sleeping on the boy

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Earl-Hickey View Post
          People wanna crap on Ruiz but here's what we do know

          If he loses 20lbs he beats the unified current world champion

          We know that for a fact

          So stop sleeping on the boy
          How is that a fact? He beat AJ after buzzing his temple, it doesn't mean he could do it again.

          Maybe he wins 50% of the time against AJ, maybe if they fought 100 fights Ruiz would never win another.

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          • #6
            Not a fact

            Originally posted by Earl-Hickey View Post
            People wanna crap on Ruiz but here's what we do know

            If he loses 20lbs he beats the unified current world champion

            We know that for a fact

            So stop sleeping on the boy
            That's an opinion NOT a fact - learn the difference.

            We've heard nothing but excuses from Ruiz and his fans for him losing the rematch.
            A rematch that should have taken place in the UK but Ruiz was too much of a coward to fight Joshua there.

            Ruiz admirers call his coming in 15.5 pounds heavier a REASON for him losing the Joshua rematch BUT call Joshua's illness before and during their first fight, and subsequent operation, an EXCUSE for losing to Ruiz (if they even know that Joshua was ill that night) - more than a tad hypocritical.

            Let them have a 3rd fight sometime with Joshua in full health and I know which one I'd bet on winning.
            Hint: It's not Ruiz.

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            • #7
              Ruiz is a good fighter and just needs to put in the work to achieve results. I think he beats guys like Whyte and Povetkin, Ortiz, Parker, Pulev etc

              He needs to look good in his next fight then he's back in the mix.

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              • #8
                He is a decent fighter but really lacks discipline and I don’t seem him finding it now he’s made good money

                He barely trained for the biggest payday and fight of his life in the rematch.

                It’s all well and good linking up with a new trainer and having a bit of a honeymoon period, but when it becomes time to work hard and grind every day for a fight and that fight is worth significantly less money than you have earned in the past, Then you will likely go back to your old bad habits.

                Pretty much every trainer he’s worked says he discipline and promoters too.

                Is he suddenly going to get that discipline now he is very comfortable financially?

                Doubt it

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Vinnykin View Post
                  Ruiz is a good fighter and just needs to put in the work to achieve results. I think he beats guys like Whyte and Povetkin, Ortiz, Parker, Pulev etc

                  He needs to look good in his next fight then he's back in the mix.
                  I think the best thing that ever happened to him was getting a fight at short notice with Joshua not long after fighting in another fight.

                  It seems if he doesn't have that focus short-term, then his discipline goes out the window and in reality it's unlikely he's going to get big fights at short notice, like he did the first time.

                  He's put himself in a position now where any decent fight he has will probably be announced three or four months before the fight, which I think is to his detriment, Because he's basically in undisciplined fat ****.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Earl-Hickey View Post
                    People wanna crap on Ruiz but here's what we do know

                    If he loses 20lbs he beats the unified current world champion

                    We know that for a fact

                    So stop sleeping on the boy
                    Well said! It's not like he got KTFO in the rematch! I think they should let him fight Luis Ortiz in the comeback!

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