Andrés Ponce Ruiz Jr. is a Mexican American professional boxer who has challenged once for the WBO heavyweight title in 2016. During his amateur career, Ruiz ran his record to 105-5 under Cuban trainer Fernando Ferrer. He went on to win two Mexican National Junior Olympics gold medals and won the World Ringside Heavyweight Championship. He represented Mexico at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games qualification tournaments but lost to Cuba’s Robert Alfonso and Colombian Oscar Rivas and didn’t make it.
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I do all the talking in the ring. I come to fight and never take a step back. Everything I’ve been through has been a stepping stone for this moment. I’m blessed beyond my wildest dreams to have my fans and supporters every step of the way. I’m coming to dethrone a King June 1st. #joshuruiz #snickers #stylesmakefights #andyruizjr #boxeo 🇺🇸🇲🇽🥊🇬🇧 gracias a toda la raza y Latinos que me dan apoyo. A la gente de Argentina que me manda mensajes y España, Brazil y varios diversos lugares que me apoyan gracias por la confianza y amistad. Esta victoria es para todos ustedes que siempre creyeron en mi desde mis inicios en sólo boxeo. Vamos con todo y sin ningún paso para atrás.
Andy Ruiz Jr. Bio
Born: September 11, 1989 (age 29 years), Imperial Valley, CA
Height: 6′ 2″
Parents: Andrés Ruiz
Andy Ruiz Jr. Height
Andrés Ponce Ruiz Jr. an American professional boxer who has a height of 6 ft 2 in (188 cm)tall, Reach 74 in (188 cm)
Andy Ruiz Jr. Net Worth
ANTHONY JOSHUA is about to announce his opponent for his US debut, but how much is the British boxing star worth ahead of his next fight? Express Sport has the details. According to Forbes, Joshua’s net worth is in the region of £30million ($39m). The 28-year-old took home around £20m following his victory over Joseph Parker and reportedly earned a similar amount from his bout with Povetkin. Joshua has more than a dozen lucrative sponsorships to his name thought to add up to around £5.4m ($7m), including Under Armour, Jaguar, Beats, StubHub, Hugo Boss, Lucozade Sport, and Audemars Piguet.
Andy Ruiz Jr. Next Fight
Californian Andy Ruiz Jr. emerged Tuesday as the June 1 replacement opponent for England’s three-belt heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua. The fight will take place at Madison Square Garden.