Ruiz reveals how he will knock out Wilder


The WBC often practice all sorts of eliminator tournaments, but not every time something comes out of this – conflicts between TV channels and promoters often become an obstacle.

But the heavyweight eliminator is going according to plan so far: ex-world champions Americans Deontay Wilder (43-2-1, 42 KOs) and Andy Ruiz (35-2, 22 KOs) in the status of favorites coped with Finn Robert Helenius (31- 4, 20 KOs) and Cuban Luis Ortiz (33-3, 28 KOs).

Presumably at the beginning of next year, they will meet in a full-time fight and determine the mandatory challenger through the WBC.

Ruiz doesn’t care if Wilder is the favorite. He
sure in his victory: “Deontay’s victory over Helenius? Just think … We knew that he would easily knock him out. It was his sparring partner. I mean, it’s a bummer. He knew what and when the opponent would do. Am I against Wilder? Firstly, I think that I can take a hit well. But this does not mean that I will stand and wait for him to gasp for me. I will do what Eddie Hearn was talking about the other day – break into infighting, throw combinations at him. I will be faster and more explosive. I also have a right puff. And when I bring it to his temple, he will collapse on the canvas of the ring.

Have you seen a photo of a Halloween boxing fan dressed up as Andy Ruiz? By the way, the fight with Wilder may not take place, as the knockout coach does not want any Ruiz. Give him either Usyk or Joshua.