- Andy Ruiz vows to end Anthony Joshua's career as he hopes to hand him another defeat
- The Mexican champion shocked the world when he defeated Joshua in June and carted away his WBA, IBF & WBO belts
- Ruiz vowed to give what he takes to bring the heavyweight belts back home from Saudi Arabia
Andy Ruiz has vowed to end Anthony Joshua's boxing career by handing him a second defeat during their rematch bout in Saudi Arabia.
The Mexican will prove again that his victory over Joshua at Madison Park New York in June is not a fluke when they meet again.
The rematch, tagged fight of dunes, is scheduled to hold in December 7 and the 30-year-old boxer has expressed confidence while vowing to beat the British-Nigerian fighter again and send him into early retirement.
"I have to. I have to, right? He's trying to take my career as well. It's either me or him inside the ring. I will and I am,"Andy Ruiz said.
Ruiz Jr, in a bout he was less considered favourite, stunned the world when he defeated Joshua through a seventh round knockout to cart away the Briton's WBA, IBF & WBO belts in June 1, 2019, in New York.
The boxing champion had earlier revealed he would be "10lbs lighter" as he seeks to be a better fighter in the rematch.
Meanwhile, Joshua has dusted off talks that his career is over if he suffers another defeat to the Mexican champ.
Reacting to Ruiz's aggressive vow to end his career, the British fighter said he would not be forced to end his career as he can only decide that himself.
"It is weird because you get, 'If you lose your next fight you should retire.' I say, 'You didn't tell me to get in the gym so who are you to tell me to get out of the gym?'' Joshua said.
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"I swear I'll fight till I'm 50. I fight because I love the game."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Andy Ruiz Jr believes Anthony Joshua is worried and desperate to win the rematch ahead of his much-anticipated bout with the Nigeria-British born fighter in December.
The Mexican champion will be defending his heavyweight belts when he faces Joshua in an epoch-making fight to hold in Saudi Arabia.
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