Andy Ruiz revealed his opponents to world legendary boxing Mike Tyson if he defeated Anthony Joshua in a duel in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on 7 December.
To the Concrete Neck, Ruiz Jr. revealed that he wanted to face the British boxer Tyson Fury. Ruiz said in the ‘Hotboxin’ event with Mike Tyson on the Podcast on Monday (9/30/2019).
Meksikso bloody boxer born in Imperial, California, USA, September 11, 1989, was threw the world of boxing after winning the heavyweight champion belt WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO owned by Joshua.
Ruiz Jr dropped the British boxer four times before winning the TKO in the seventh round on June 1 at Madison Square Garden, New York City, USA.
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“I know, I am a world champion and I want to defend it many times,” Ruiz Jr was reported by talksport.com. “I want to fight with Tyson Fury.”
Tyson Fury will be a worthy opponent for Ruiz. Fury has not been beaten throughout his career, after successfully defending his online title by winning absolute numbers over Otto Wallin in Las Vegas, Saturday (09/14/2019) evening local time or Sunday (09/15/2019) noon CST.
While out of boxing, Ruiz Jr. has aspirations to continue his father’s business as a contractor. He wants to build an empire in the property sector.
“But, in life after boxing. My father is a contractor, so I want to build an empire under construction and build lots of houses there in my hometown.”