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Joshua Ruiz RELATED ARTICLES VideoFULL FIGHT - Anthony Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz (DAZN REWIND) I have that Mexican blood in me. Retrieved 15 December Hearn was adamant that Joshua would still fight on that date as 17, tickets had already been sold, Rosmarineis 10, of those being from Britain. Times News Platforms. Hearn reportedly spoke to Fifa Weltrangliste Aktuell heavyweights in the space of 24 hours.
But Persoon, cut over the right eye with her left eye swollen, roared back by relentlessly operating as the aggressor during the later, action-packed two-minute rounds, a strategy that allowed her to back up former Olympic gold medalist Taylor in the eighth round.
Having not lost since with 10 consecutive title victories, Persoon also landed a hard right hand to punctuate a gripping exchange that thrilled the crowd.
Punch statistics showed Persoon landing of punches while Taylor landed of thrown. Twitter: latimespugmire. Has Jared Goff grown since Super Bowl loss?
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Enter your comment. Post comment to your Facebook Timeline What's This? Submit Comment Clear. Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual. Anthony Joshua will return to the ring for the first time in more than a year on Saturday, defending The global pandemic ensured the initial date for Joshua vs Pulev was postponed, meaning it has been Anthony Joshua makes his long-awaited return to action when he defends his world heavyweight belts Hearn was adamant that Joshua would still fight on that date as 17, tickets had already been sold, with 10, of those being from Britain.
On April 22, Ruiz confirmed his team had a meeting scheduled with promoter Hearn, officially putting himself in the running.
Rounds one and two of the fight were relatively slow, with both Ruiz and Joshua feeling each other out. Through the first two rounds, Joshua had only landed nine punches out of forty seven thrown, and Ruiz only three out of thirty one thrown.
Round three, however, would mark a drastic turning point in the fight. With two minutes and seventeen seconds remaining in round three, Joshua knocked down Ruiz.
Mere moments after having hit the canvas himself, Ruiz responded with a succession of heavy punches; despite hitting Ruiz with repeated jabs to the face, Joshua was caught off guard by a blow to the temple which visibly staggered him, after which Ruiz quickly forced him off his feet.
Joshua was able to get back up, but did not respond as aggressively as Ruiz had, instead choosing to remain on the defensive following the surprise of being knocked down.
Just before the close of round three, Ruiz again managed to fell a clearly disoriented Joshua after forcing him into a corner and unleashing a series of power punches.
As he got up, Joshua took the mandatory eight count before raising his gloves, indicating to the referee that he was physically able to continue.
Round three ended with both fighters advancing toward one another momentarily before they were interrupted by the bell signalling the end of the round.
Rounds four, five, and six consisted of minor exchanges between Ruiz and Joshua, with both fighters seeking a mid-round rally to boost their points on the scorecards.
With two minutes and twenty seven seconds remaining in round seven, Ruiz knocked over Joshua once again with a short sequence of heavy blows.
In spite of this, Joshua managed to get back on his feet once again, and was able to engage Ruiz briefly before being floored for a fourth and final time, with one minute and fifty nine seconds left in the round.
Almost immediately after dropping to the canvas, Joshua spat out his mouthpiece before rising, turned away from the referee, and walked somewhat unsteadily back to his corner.
Joshua then faced the referee, arms resting on the ropes, and began talking to him. The referee subsequently awarded Ruiz a round seven TKO victory, making him the first Mexican-American and second Hispanic heavyweight champion in boxing history.
At the time the bout was stopped, Ruiz was ahead on two of the judges scorecards by , while the third had Joshua winning by A massive underdog entering the fight, many regarded Ruiz as nothing more than a replacement who stood little-to-no chance against the heavily favored Joshua.
But the better man won. Respect to Andy. Now I move forward. With Ruiz coming in as a underdog,  the fight has been described as one of the biggest upsets in boxing history.
Mark Tibbs will be happy with this. Whyte still looking to impose himself, you sense he's looking for that patented left hook which took Derek Chisora out.
Round 4: Another round for Whyte. Remember he hasn't been in a ring for a fight since July 20 when he outpointed Oscar Rivas.
Whyte doing a decent job here in Riyadh, though. Round 3: Wach trying to evade some big bombs in there now.
Both fighters not in the greatest condition but Whyte definitely on top here. He'll be looking for a stoppage sooner rather than later. Round 2: Whyte doing more of the same but with more intent, some powerful shots to finish the round.
Wach looking a bit sorry for himself in there. Hopefully this catches light soon. Round 1: Whyte just jabbing his way into the fight.
Few ramrods to the body to kick things off. Wach not offering up much back. Good start for Whyte, who would love a win here.
Whyte has also had to put up with troubles with UK-Anti Doping, who yesterday cleared him of any alleged doping in the lead-up to his fight with Rivas.
Still raining in Riyadh! There were rumours that the fight could be postponed if the rain wouldn't let up but Eddie Hearn has dispelled those rumours.
Kevin Iole, of Yahoo Sports, first reported the news but later apologised for the incorrect information. But plenty of fans with ponchos on.
Ruiz Jr had an umbrella held over his head as he walked into Diriyah Arena, while Joshua had the same treatment.
Thunder and lightning has been forecast, but it's just rain at the moment. We'll keep you all updated on any changes to the card tonight. The champ is here!
I'd have to agree with that. Not sure he was really hurt there but Price gets the stoppage he was after. Round 2: More of the same from Price in the second round.
Nice and comfortable in there, cruising to victory so far. Mohamed has nothing to offer. Round 1: The size differnce is massive here as Price knocks Swedi Mohamed's gumshield out.
Price in his second professional bout here. Good stoppage again. Fully deserved win for Hrgovic, who didn't stop from the very first bell.
Another onslaught from Hrgovic, Molina goes down and the referee waves off the bout. Round 2: Molina being bullied around the ring again here.
Hrgovic so aggressive and full of intent. Molina goes down again but troubles Hrgovic with a right hand of his own when he gets up! The Mexican takes a knee again, however, and that's the end of the round.
Molina goes down in the final moments of the round after an onslaught from Hrgovic but the referee doesn't score a knockdown. Some back-of-the-head shots from the Croat.
He lost to Deontay Wilder a few years back in the ninth round of their contest before Anthony Joshua stopped him in the third round in Hrgovic, a promising Croatian heavyweight, is a handful for anybody in the division - including Wilder and Joshua.
That was a good stoppage from Victor Loughlan. But now the flabby 6-foot-2, pound Ruiz, who looks anything like a fighter and eats a Snickers bar before every fight, has a claim on boxing's biggest prize after he dethroned its biggest star this side of Canelo Alvarez.
Mexico has its first heavyweight champion of the world, and we made history," Manny Robles, Ruiz's trainer, said. The chiseled , pound Joshua , 21 KOs , 29, was making his seventh title defense and his much-anticipated United States debut after regularly selling out stadiums in the United Kingdom.
He came to these shores hoping to build his brand in America and because streaming service DAZN put up tens of millions of dollars to lure him here.
Thank you to the people who came out this evening. That's No. I just have to turn it around a few notches and bring it back my way.
I don't want people to drown in their sorrows. This will show I have the power and the strength. It just wasn't my night. But listen, it is good for the TV.
Good for DAZN and the people watching. He was scheduled to fight undefeated New Yorker Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller, but Miller was bounced from the fight about a month ago after failing four voluntary Anti-Doping Association-administered random drug tests for three different banned substances -- GW, human growth hormone and EPO -- and being denied a boxing license by the New York State Athletic Commission.
After heavy hitter Luis "King Kong" Ortiz turned down the fight -- he will instead get a rematch this fall with Wilder -- Ruiz was the best available opponent who was willing, and anxious, to fight Joshua.
So he took the fight fresh off a strong performance in a fifth-round knockout of Alexander Dimitrenko on April 20 and kept the momentum going.
He wasn't a true champion. His whole career was consisted of lies, contradictions and gifts. Facts and now we know who was running from who!!!!In diesem Moment ist ein Sieg für den Champion über die Punkte bereits ausgeschlossen. Carolina Panthers. The Gtd Shop. Mehr zum Thema. Vor wenigen Monaten entriss Andy Ruiz seinem Gegner Anthony Joshua sensationell die WM-Gürtel im Schwergewicht. Nun kam es zum. Anthony Joshua hat den Rückkampf gegen Andy Ruiz gewonnen und ist wieder Schwergewichts-Weltmeister. Der Engländer setzte sich in der. Auch 90 Mio. Euro garantieren kein K.o.-Spektakel! Anthony Joshua (30) holt sich im „Box-Kampf der Schande“ seine WM-Titel zurück. Am Samstag treffen Ex-Weltmeister Anthony Joshua und Thronfolger Andy Ruiz Jr. in Saudi-Arabien zum mit Spannung erwarteten Rückkampf.