Eddy reynoso was satisfied with the performance of Andy Ruiz on his return to the ring and the triumph he obtained by unanimous decision over the veteran Chris arreola, in the Dignity Health Sports Park from California.
“Little by little we are improving, after some complicated rounds and thanks to a good preparation, we came out with our hands up,” posted one of the best boxing coaches today in Instagram. “We will continue to work hard, correct mistakes and give the next preparation harder.”
Andy got off to a stumbled start to the fight and even went to the canvas in the second inning, after a hard right hand from Arreola. As the fight progressed, the great physical condition of Andy and managed to punish Chris.
“When he fell, I asked him to relax, I asked him not to go down to the left,” he said about the directions he gave on the corner to Ruiz after visiting the canvas. “By the fourth round, the fight got into rhythm and it stayed.”
The change in mindset
About what you learned in this camp, Eddy He said he changed his mind and is a completely different person.
“With this preparation we put him into discipline, we put him back into boxing, he also lost weight,” he said. Eddy at a press conference. “Mentally it is not the same Andy, mentally he is far above the one he lost with (Anthony) Joshua. I assure you that he will be world champion again ”.
The fight ended with the judges’ scorecards with a double 118-109 and a 117-110 in favor of Andy, who stated that Chris Arreola He gave everything on the ring, but in the end he did everything necessary to be able to take the victory after 16 months of absence.
“We will continue working to achieve what we want,” he added. Reynoso. “When Andy was changing, he told me he wants to go back to the gym, that’s very important to him. That is the mentality of a champion and I want to congratulate him for all the eggs he threw ”.
In the future of Ruíz looks out Dillian Whyte, who already lashed out in the past against Andy calling him fake Mexican. Also another is Deontay Wilder, who has already returned to training.