When Andy Ruiz Jr. left Saudi Arabia 18 months ago, he did know that he had lost the heavyweight championship belt because he did not pay enough attention to himself. Six months later, he defeated Anthony Joshua, won the championship by eating, drinking and partying, and it turned out that he was defeated when he was defeated in a game.
He entered the ring zone at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson City, California on Saturday to fight former champion Chris Arreola, but leaving him was obviously a competition for a heavyweight competition that was suddenly fascinated. By.
Ruiz was in much better form and hired Eddy Reynoso, the best coach of the game. This combination differed from the surprisingly effective Arreola and led to a unanimous decision victory.
Ruiz won with a score that seemed a bit too wide. The judges won 118-109 and 117-110 twice, which means that two judges only gave Arreola one round, and the other judge gave him two rounds. Areola dropped Ruiz in a short shot from the right, leaving him in trouble in the second round.
Yahoo Sports was 115-112 Ruiz, who won for the first time in New York because of this magical night two years ago, when he stopped Joshua in a big upset to claim the IBF, WBO and WBA heavyweight titles.
Ruiz said: “Chris is a veteran and a strong boxer.” “We did what we wanted to do tonight. We got the victory we wanted. I was at the lowest point, and now I have to climb back. I am grateful for this victory and I am ready to move on to the next one.”
He got what he needed from the 40-year-old Arreola. His body was not transformed as much as Ruiz, but as the Hall of Famer Jimmy Lennon Jr. put it, “228 pounds, looks like a hungry contender.” .