Anthony Joshua: "I have to be careful and watch out for the combinations and handspeed from Ruiz."



Anthony Joshua: "I've studied a lot of footage with Ruiz battles!"

Anthony Joshua, who makes his US debut on June 1 at New York's Madison Square Garden, has since studied a lot of footage with Ruiz fights. And he is very impressed with Ruiz's hand speed and his perfect combinations.

Andy Ruiz jr meets Englishman Anthony Joshua at Madison Square Garden in New York on June 1st.
"If you look at some of his bouts, then many of his KOs are due to classic combination strokes. And I think those punches hurt really. And Andy Ruiz Jr. has an immense handspeed in both hands, "Joshua told Sky Sports.

"So I have to make sure I work on my reaction, that I do not get careless and that my eyes do not get too tired, because I always have to keep an eye on him and I have to pay attention to how I have to react to this kind of beatings."


Here, Andy Ruiz jr actually looks like a fat big kid, rather than a worthy challenger to the three-time world champion and one of the best heavyweights in the world today.
"The only defeat in the career of Andy Ruiz is a defeat in the World Cup clash against Joseph Parker in December 2016, where he has lost ground after twelve rounds ultimately controversial on points. This fight was really close and there were some who thought that Ruiz had done enough to win. "


"His strength is his ability to move forward and put pressure, but avoid being hit himself. Ruiz can kill an opponent at any time because he has a great punch in both hands. He has the ability to beat combinations, but I think the European boxing style I was taught was jab, one, two, jab, one, two, hook and right hook, left straight, right hook to the body That's exactly what he needs to meet, "Joshua said in an interview with Sky Sports.


Hardly a boxing expert and probably 99% of all boxing fans believe in a victory of the world champion from England.

The statements in this interview with Sky Sports of course leaves open the question of whether now Anthony Joshua his opponent only "strong talk" would like, just as his promoter Eddie Hearn has repeatedly done or whether he really believes that what he there says?

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