Ruiz says pressure all on Joshua ahead of Saudi rematch
Dec 04 2019
Ruiz Jr shocked the boxing world with his win but Joshua exercised his contractual right to a rematch nearly immediately and just weeks later, the sequel was confirmed to take place in Diriyah, a small town on the outskirts of Saudi's capital Riyadh. "If he loses this fight? Joshua is a world-renowned star, and I believe he will fight an exciting match against his opponent, who is also popular among fans from around the world".
"I don't know what he thinks, what's going on at the camp". Only he really knows.
Joshua was urged to make changes in his muscular physique after the defeat, but Whyte warned him not to nullify his naturally powerful assets.
"His main strength is to be big, strong and powerful, and to be in better physical condition than most of the boys he has fought with".
Ahead of the rematch dubbed fight of dunes, Joshua shared an image of himself on Instagram looking totally transformed contrary to his shape during that disastrous night in NY. Listen to this, he must change this, "because sometimes when you have too much negativity on board can take away your strengths".
Ruiz, however, said he was "happy to be here in Saudi Arabia".
Whyte has made his way to the world title competition with 10 consecutive wins since his only defeat by Joshua in 2015 and wants to share the ring again with him, regardless of the result next weekend. Everything is just hope, hope at the moment. "I know I'm capable of doing it but it's about doing it in those 36 minutes". Boxing is a hard and unsafe game. I think we make for good fights, I think there's definitely going to be a knockout in that fight as well and I think that's what the people want to see - bloodshed and knockouts. And he will pick up the enormous cheque win, lose or draw. I love to bang because that's the fighter that I am.