Andy Ruiz highlighted all the positive points that training alongside Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez Y Eddy reynoso. The Mexican American highlighted the admiration he feels for the work of the Jalisco man.
“He has helped me a lot, because I look at him and I really want to be like him,” he said. Ruiz to BoxingScene.com. “The way I can aspire to that is with discipline, doing things that a lot of fighters don’t do and always working harder.”
Ruiz will return to the ring 16 months later to face Chris arreola after losing with Anthony Joshua in the rematch, in December 2019, in Saudi Arabia.
After that fall, Andy went through depression until he switched to the Eddy reynoso Y Saul looking to return to the elite.
Ruiz began training in September last year to get ready and rediscover who in his own words is a new Andy.
The change of Ruíz
The physical work was notorious, registering almost 30 pounds less on the scale than was the second fight with AJ.
“It has been a blessing to be with CaneloHe has taught me many movements ”, he confessed. “He’s someone with a lot of experience under his belt and I really appreciate it.”
Both fighters have been working out simultaneously for the May bouts at the gym in Canelo on San Diego.
About style and workouts, Ruiz He pointed out that there is a great similarity in the preparation and that the help of the multi-time super middleweight champion has brought great lessons to his boxing.
“Always try to perfect every stroke, every move, every combination,” he noted. “We must do the same and the fact of having him there and telling myself that I can be like him and I can move like him and do the same, motivates me a lot. I have been working very hard, he has helped me too much ”.