Tag: Andy Ruiz Jr.

Joshua Puts up a Loud Performance for his Critics as he Fights his Smartest Fight – Regains the Heavyweight Titles

By Tré Berry III🖊️

The brand new 🏟️stadium built for this event in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia was doused with a heavy dose of 🌧️rain throughout the entire event. Fortunately for 🥇🇬🇧Anthony “AJ” Joshua (23-1-0, 21KO👊), the lingering black cloud hanging over his head from his upset loss to 🇲🇽🇺🇸Andy “Destroyer” Ruiz (33-2-0, 22KO👊) back on June 1st was lifted off him by his most intelligent performance to date, where he methodically picked away at Ruiz’s weaknesses, and picked him apart through the duration of 12 rounds toward a wide Unanimous Decision victory to regain the WBA, WBO & IBF Heavyweight Titles back in his possession. Continue reading “Joshua Puts up a Loud Performance for his Critics as he Fights his Smartest Fight – Regains the Heavyweight Titles”

Things We’ve Noticed:🤔 The Resourceful Bounce Back Nature of the 🥇Olympic Gold-Medalist

By Tré Berry III🖊️

A combined record of ✅85 wins – 46 losses❌…interesting, but what record does that pertain to? 🤔that is the cumulative results throughout all of boxing history when 🥇Olympic Gold-Medalists at the professional level fight in rematches against a non-Gold-Medal recipient boxer that they had previously lost to. The “85” represents those Gold-Medalists that won gold, and the “46” represents fights in which those Gold-Medalists couldn’t turn it around, losing yet again to the same boxer – all of that amounting to a solid 64.9% success rate for amateur boxers of that creed. Continue reading “Things We’ve Noticed:🤔 The Resourceful Bounce Back Nature of the 🥇Olympic Gold-Medalist”

Clash on the Dunes – Ruiz & Joshua to Take Care of Unfinished Business in Saudi Arabia in their Rematch

By Tré Berry III🖊️

Back on June 1st of 2019, 📺we witnessed one of the biggest upsets take place in recent history in the Heavyweight division.  The tides were turned and flipped the proverbial boat over, changing the landscape of the division, and it was done by a Mexican-American talent who personified and brought to life the 🎥🎬Rocky Balboa story and made it a reality.  That fighter of course being now-Unified 🇲🇽🇺🇸WBA/WBO/IBF Heavyweight Titlist Andy “Destroyer” Ruiz Jr. (33-1-0, 22KO👊), who properly lived up to his nickname by running through previously unbeaten and heralded then-Unified World Titlist 🥇🇬🇧Anthony “AJ” Joshua (22-1-0, 21KO👊)  and at least temporarily derailed some major plans that were left on the table.  This rematch here, both fighters have a 🔥burning desire to  Continue reading “Clash on the Dunes – Ruiz & Joshua to Take Care of Unfinished Business in Saudi Arabia in their Rematch”

On the Radar:📡 Andy Ruiz Jr.

(A look-back to 2019’s History Makers)

BOXER: 🇲🇽Andy Ruiz Jr.🇺🇸

FEAT ACCOMPLISHED: Becoming the first Mexican-blooded Heavyweight Champion.

THE PATH TO THE GOAL:📈  🇺🇸Andy Ruiz Jr. had kept his eyes on the news, eventually receiving the call that he would be the late replacement opponent after Anthony Joshua’s original opponent was ruled out due to positive drug-testing. This was the chance of a lifetime for the man who in his younger years was looked at as the fat, delusional kid whose lofty aspirations of becoming a Heavyweight Champion one day was deemed laughable. Continue reading “On the Radar:📡 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”