Tag: Andy Ruiz Jr.

When the Smoke Clears: Jon Uddin on Andy Ruiz Jr’s Historic Night

By Jon Uddin🖋️

“Everybody that’s fought A.J. has been scared. I’m not scared. I’m going to come in aggressive, work the body, let my hands go with combinations, he’s never fought anybody like me. Come June 1st the world will see when I become the first Mexican Heavyweight Champion.”… Continue reading “When the Smoke Clears: Jon Uddin on Andy Ruiz Jr’s Historic Night”

Enter the History Books Andy Ruiz Jr, Your New Unified Heavyweight World Champion!

Wow, what a night, the man who took the major opportunity on short notice has made an indelible mark on the Heavyweight division, completely shifting the landscape, as well as the long-term plans of its major players.  Mexican-American Andy Ruiz Jr. (33-1-0, 22KO) endured the punishment administered by Anthony Joshua (22-1-0, 21KO) that seen him put down in the 3rd round with a Joshua uppercut, to where he got up, pressed the action, traded with the British Heavyweight, and clipped AJ with a nasty 1-2-3 combination that wobbled Joshua’s legs badly, with Ruiz eventually sending him to the canvas in that same round… Continue reading “Enter the History Books Andy Ruiz Jr, Your New Unified Heavyweight World Champion!”

Anthony Joshua Gets a Credible Replacement Opponent, and the Show Must Go On

Global boxing superstar & reigning WBA/WBO/IBF Heavyweight World Champion Anthony ‘AJ’ Joshua (22-0-0, 21KO) will finally make his long-waited United States debut, choosing perhaps the most famous venue in doing so, that being Madison Square Garden in New York. Continue reading “Anthony Joshua Gets a Credible Replacement Opponent, and the Show Must Go On”