Andy Ruiz, who is 33 years old and has a record of 35-2 with 22 knockouts, was let out of his contract with Premier Boxing Champions. Andy’s father told ESPN KNOCKOUT that the fight with Deontay Wilder is not over, even though it has been shown that it is not. There is a chance that the British Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua are also good options for him to fight again.
Andy Ruiz was supposed to have an auction today to see if he could finalise a fight with Filip Hrgovic for the Interim Heavyweight Championship by the International Boxing Federation. However, it didn’t happen, and they agreed to reschedule it, even though the Mexican fighter didn’t seem to want it to.
Julius Julianos of ESPN KNOCKOUT told Andy’s dad, Andres Ruiz, the news. Sir, you told us that the contract was over because both sides agreed to end it. The door is now open for you to fight Deontay Wilder, who he was supposed to fight for the world boxing council title. However, Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua, who he has already fought twice, are also on the list of possible opponents.
Andy Ruiz, who is 33 years old, is a former world champion and has a record of 35-2 with 22 knockouts. He was let out of his contract with Premier Boxing Champions.
Andy Ruiz made history on June 1, 2019, when he dethroned Anthony Joshua as the champion of the world boxing association, the International Boxing Federation, and the world boxing organisation at Madison Square Garden in New York. He was the first boxer with Mexican ancestry to become the king of the highest category.
In the rematch, he lost to Anthony Joshua, but after a long break, he came back to beat Chris Arreola, who was also a contender.
Recently, in September, he fought the Cuban Luis Ortiz and knocked him down twice before beating him in 12 rounds and getting a unanimous decision.