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Andy Ruiz Not Impressed With Anthony Joshua's VICTORY!

In recent years, doubts swirled around Anthony Joshua’s prowess in the ring, with many questioning his former glory. However, a recent display shifted this narrative dramatically.

Following a series of setbacks and underwhelming performances, Joshua (27-3, 24 KOs) unleashed a dominant performance rarely witnessed lately. Otto Wallin, fresh off a significant win against Murat Gassiev, endured a brutal stoppage within five rounds.

The Saudi Arabian crowd erupted, peers applauded, and promoter Eddie Hearn hailed Joshua as the heavyweight pinnacle.

Meanwhile, ringside observer Andy Ruiz Jr. sported a nonchalant demeanor, sparking speculation. Ruiz (35-2, 22 KOs) acknowledged Joshua’s performance but refrained from excessive praise.

“It was an expected victory against an opponent with limited skills,” Ruiz shared with Boxing News.

In 2019, Ruiz soared to the heights of the division before grappling with a downturn. While he claimed victory against Joshua in June, their immediate rematch saw Ruiz outboxed convincingly.

Since then, Ruiz has shed weight and clinched two successive wins. Eager for a decisive encounter with Joshua, Ruiz emphasizes the need for Joshua to tackle tougher opponents for warranted acknowledgment.

“I’d like to see him face high-skilled fighters or someone like myself,” Ruiz remarked, hinting at a potential rematch.

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