Andy Ruiz Jr. has landed a dream World title shot at Heavyweight King Anthony Joshua OBE on Saturday June 1st at Madison Square Garden in New York, living at DAZN in the United States and at Sky Sports Box Office in the UK. (photos of Ed Mulholland, Mark Robinson)
Ruiz (32-121 KOs) can become the first ever Mexican heavyweight world champion when he meets AJ on the vaunted Manhattan boxing mecca and comes into the fight in good shape. The 29-year-old played his 21st KO victory on his 32 battle book when he forced Alexander Dimitrenko's retirement after five rounds of their clashes in Carson, California ten days ago.
California-based Mexican is in his second world title tilt attracted Joseph Parker to the border of the WBO crown in Kiwi's Auckland hometown in December 201
Joshua (22-0 21 KOs) defends his IBF, WBA, WBO, and IBOs for the second time when his eighth world championship title lands on his hotly anticipated US debut after KOing Alexander Povetkin at Wembley Stadium, London in September. It was the second dramatic KO victory for Londoner in his hometown national stadium, with today's announcement of two years and one day after his epic victory over the former undisputed world lord Wladimir Klitschko.
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