Tyson Fury shares a bold prediction for Joshua vs. Ruiz Jr. 2

Tanya Simon
December 6, 2019

Yet, Fury believes the same result will happen as he thinks Ruiz Jr.is Joshua's boogeyman.

"I'm really nervous", said the Matchroom Boxing chief.

"I've been nervous for two weeks".

The Mexican's style proved to be incredibly hard for Joshua and footage of him on the pads as around 300 people watched his public workout in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, has got people thinking the same problems will persist. I know he wants to hit me from a distance, but it's my job to do what we plan to do. Someone said to me that it would be massive for Matchroom to get hold of the belts again.

Although Warren says the extra time to prepare for the unruly and unusual come-forward style of Ruiz will be beneficial, he is not predicting a different outcome when the pair renew their rivalry for the heavyweight world titles this weekend in Saudi Arabia.

"Of course I want more though - I want the legacy of Andy Ruiz Jr". "He knows it's coming, but this is about putting everything into winning".

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'Obviously, he has had longer now, I'm not saying it will make a lot of difference to him physically but mentally he will be in a better place but I look at it and think what is AJ going to do? I know he'll bring his A-game.

Joshua, 30, is relishing the opportunity to exact revenge on Ruiz Jr and his silence his critics - who he's had to listen to for the last five months.

He says it was clear Ruiz Jr. was winning the first fight as he had only given one round to Joshua.

"I really do think he has his number", Wilder told Business Insider, as per Boxing Scene. I've been out for a while, it's been a tough time, a hard time, I've thought about walking away from boxing.

"And that's where I listen now to what people say and it's like, "Put some respect by our name". And we'll definitely see each other the third time".

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