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Andy Ruiz Jr is set to be officially announced as the new contender Anthony Joshua on June 1 at Madison Square Garden in New York.
29-year-old Mexican American, is expected to pitch after Jarrell Miller received three drug tests and was excluded from the competition.
Ruiz Jr. had 33 professional fights so far and struggled wide amateur car & # 39; EPA, including the Olympic qualifying attempts in 2008.
As a professional, he has lost only once Joseph Parker and now feels ready to step in the classroom again after recovery.
You can learn everything you need to know about Andy Ruiz Jr below.
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At one time in the amateur ranks, Andy Ruiz Jr. broke the record of 105-5.
In Mexico, he was the best young heavyweight around, partly due to the fact that the country is rarely ever produce the best fighter in the uppermost weight classes.
Ruiz went to qualifying for the Olympics in 2008, but did not make it into the game as he was hit by the likes of Oscar Rivas (near enemy Dillian Whyte) and Michael Hunter (another touted potential opponent AJ).
Andy Ruiz Jr Boxing Record
As a professional, Ruiz Jr. with a 39 & # 32-1 (21 KO).
After his failure to qualify for the 2008 Olympics, he turned professional the following year and spent the next seven years learning their skills in the professional ranks.
When recording a 29-0, Ruiz Jr. was ordered to face Joseph Parker heavyweight world title on the version of WBO – his only loss to date.
Since then, he has restored three wins and was the center of attention at the perfect time on Saturday evening, as his triumph on the undercard of the Danny Garcia gave him the perfect platform to call Anthony Joshua.
Andy Ruiz Jr. against Joseph Parker
If Tyson Fury has vacated his other two titles in 2016. Ruiz Jr. was in excellent condition to challenge one of them – WBO.
He was ordered to face Man enemy growth Parker in his belt, and went into the back yard of his opponent to do so.
Parker won the fight on a razor thin majority decisions (115-113, 115-113, 114-114) as Ruiz started quickly, but was lost in the middle rounds. The late second wind gets enough to secure him the title.
Andy Ruiz Jr. against Alexander Dimitrenko
On Saturday (20 April), Ruiz Jr. fought his third fight back after losing to Parker.
He beat Alexander Dimitrenko, forcing him to withdraw from the contest at the end of the fifth round.
As he trained, Ruiz jumped right back into camp after two days off, and is now preparing itself to face Anthony Joshua.