Andy ruiz assured that he weighed 140 kilos and had depression, after losing his rematch fight with Anthony Joshua.
Already overcome, Andy Ruiz painfully recounted the depression he experienced after his defeat with Joshua, on December 7, 2019. But that led him to important changes, and to start an arduous physical work that he has been doing since he joined the team of Eddy reynoso.
“I must have lost 40 pounds (18 kilos),” he confessed Andy ruiz in a documentary series that he broadcasts on his channel Youtube. “After my fight against Anthony Joshua and my loss in Saudi Arabia, I went up to 310 pounds (140 kilos). I was depressed. I was mad at myself because I knew I should have trained. I knew I should have done better in my last fight. But you know what, it’s never too late. Now is the time. Now is the beginning to see the true and the new Andy ruiz“.
Andy admits that he lost the floor after giving the big surprise and knocking out Anthony Joshua to become the first Mexican heavyweight world champion.
“I had everything, the belts, I was on top of the world, but I took all that for granted,” he emphasized. Destroyer. “I am ready to get my belts back. All of this hard work and dedication is going to pay off. Everyone will see the difference. Everyone will see the hard work. I am ready for my next fight. I’ve been ready and excited. I’m ready to prove everyone wrong That’s all it is”.
Andy Ruiz doesn’t think about Joshua; focuses on Chris Arreola
The fight between Andy ruiz and Chris arreola It was officially dated May 1, at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.
The billboard will be in Payment per Event within the agreement that Fox Sports has with the promoter PBC and that will be priced at $ 49. In addition, the face-to-face public will have a limited capacity for the already known reasons of the Covid-19 pandemic. Tickets will go on sale on the morning of March 26.
Ruiz recognized that Arreola He is a more than respectable rival, and he explained that he will need to be at 100% to beat him.
“Arreola he’s not an easy guy. He is a Mexican warrior like me who loves to throw bombs, “he said. Destroyer. “He doesn’t give up until it’s over. So for me, I have to have a double form. All you can see and hope for is fireworks. “