Andy Ruiz’s two possible rivals to fight again at the end of the year


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Andy ruiz He has two possible rivals in the pipeline to officially fight again before the end of this year. According to reports published by Mike coppinger, from ESPN, Ruiz he intends to make one more presentation before 2022 starts.

For it, two probable opponents appear in the first line of selection. According Coppinger, those two possible rivals for Andy ruiz are Luis Ortiz and Charles martin.

The option with both fighters had already been handled before. The Cuban guy Luis Ortíz He is one of the most mentioned rivals to fight against Ruiz. King kong has the experienced age of 42 years. He has 32 wins, 27 before the limit, and another two losses to complete his record.

Charles martin, on the other hand, he was already a short-lived world champion in heavyweight. He was crowned on January 16, 2016 by knocking out Viacheslav Glazkov in the third round, and won the belt FIB that was vacant. However, he lost it less than three months later, on April 9, 2016, when he was knocked out in the second round against Anthony Joshua.

Ruiz in his last victory against Arreola.

Andy Ruiz’s knee will no longer be an impediment to fight

It should be noted that, despite the preexisting problems, Andy ruiz he was successfully operated on for the problems he suffered in his right knee.

The intervention was carried out on August 18, and Ruiz almost immediately returned to the gym that the Canelo Team has in San Diego, California.

From that moment to this part, Destroyer he received kinesiological treatments with shock waves, gradually. He also exercised muscularly.

According to what could be observed and what his relatives say, the Mexican American is now in a position to continue with his career, without major inconveniences.

Andy ruiz next to the doctor Pedro Lomelí.


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