John Ruiz (* 4. Januar in Isabela auf Puerto Rico) ist ein ehemaliger US-amerikanischer Boxer puertorikanischer Herkunft. Er war zweimal. Joshua sei „ein guter Boxer“, er habe „an diesem Abend verdient gewonnen“, sagte Ruiz senior. „Aber Andy hat nicht die richtigen Dinge getan. Der Boxer Andy Ruiz ist dick und klein, na und? Am Samstagabend möchte sich der Brite Anthony Joshua für seine Niederlage im Juni.
Boxen, Andy Ruiz jr.: Vater knöpft sich zu dicken Ex-Weltmeister vorJohn Ruiz (* 4. Januar in Isabela auf Puerto Rico) ist ein ehemaliger US-amerikanischer Boxer puertorikanischer Herkunft. Er war zweimal. Andrés „Andy“ Ponce Ruiz ist ein US-amerikanischer Boxer mexikanischer Herkunft. Er ist ehemaliger Weltmeister im Schwergewicht nach Version der IBF, WBO und IBO sowie ehemaliger Superchamp nach Version der WBA. Er war der erste Boxer. Viele machten sich über den Ersatzgegner für Schwergewichtsweltmeister Anthony Joshua lustig. Doch dann gelingt Andy Ruiz die Sensation.
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Andy Ruiz Jr News. More news. Andy Ruiz Jr Fights. More Fights. Reach 74 " cm. Ruiz vs. Get Fight Alerts Never miss a fight! Ruiz defended the title twice: a controversial draw in a third match against Holyfield where the press believed Holyfield to have won, and a disqualification victory against Kirk Johnson where the Canadian contender was disqualified for repeated low blows in the tenth round.
Ruiz was accused in both the second Holyfield fight and the Johnson fight of faking low blows that actually seemed to be closer to his beltline than his groin although Johnson was shown on replays to hit Ruiz below the belt several times.
If Jones was to beat Ruiz in the fight, he would join Bob Fitzsimmons , Michael Spinks , and Michael Moorer as the only three fighters to win titles at light heavyweight and heavyweight as well as becoming the second fighter Fitzsimmons being the first to win titles at both middleweight and heavyweight.
Ruiz, who said referee Jay Nady "wouldn't let me fight my fight", lost a unanimous decision to Jones and moved back into the WBA's contender pool.
Ruiz, however, would receive another shot before was out. Neither the Jones nor the Klitschko camps were able to agree to a fight by an imposed deadline, so Jones became a champion-in-recess.
After David Tua , the 3 contender, also turned down the fight against Rahman, Ruiz, the 5 contender and the only one interested in the fight, decided to accept.
He fought Rahman on December 13, , and with a unanimous decision victory became the WBA's interim champion. When Jones announced on February 24, , that he would return to competing in the light heavyweight division, the WBA took the interim tag off Ruiz, and he became an official two-time WBA heavyweight champion.
On April 17, , Ruiz fought the first defense of his second world title. On April 30, , Ruiz lost the title to James "Lights Out" Toney in Madison Square Garden by unanimous decision, marking the second time that Ruiz had lost to a former middleweight champion.
The WBA banned the aging then 36 years old Toney from fighting for its heavyweight title for the next two years. This resulted in Toney's win being changed to a "no contest"—basically, a nullification.
Ruiz came out of retirement before it was found out that Toney would be suspended and he would be reinstated as champion.
Russian Nikolai Valuev. The official outcome was a majority decision scored —, —, and — , but it was also a controversial one.
He demanded that his promoter, Don King , set up an immediate re-match with the now-first-ever Russian world heavyweight champion.
Ruiz's long-time manager, Norman Stone, declared that they would also formally petition the WBA: after all, the 10, German spectators booed when the decision was announced.
Ruiz's camp claimed that the Germans booed because they too felt that the outcome was unjust. Wilfried Sauerland, the manager who rescued Valuev's career from obscurity two years earlier, angrily countered that the fans had booed because Stone's in-ring behavior had agitated them.
In September Ruiz announced that he would be managed by Sauerland. His former manager Norman Stone retired on December 22, , stating that the decision in the loss to Valuev was the last straw, and he would continue to support Ruiz from retirement.
After the loss Don King announced his intention to still promote Ruiz. In a close fight, Chagaev prevailed, taking a split decision with scores of — and — for Chagaev, and — for Ruiz.
Chagaev became the mandatory challenger for a shot at Valuev, whom he defeated on April 14, , to claim the WBA heavyweight championship. Ruiz faced Otis Tisdale on October 13, , and ended the fight with a TKO victory in the second round as referee Pete Podgorski called a halt to the bout as Tisdale went down for the third time.
The bout was scheduled for 10 rounds. Valuev defeated Ruiz by unanimous decision on August 30, Scores were —, —, and — The result was initially declared a split decision win for Valuev.
The — score by ringside judge Takeshi Shimakawa was announced in favor of Ruiz. Shimakawa alerted WBA officials after that his score was intended for Valuev.
One of the scorecards had the names of the fighters in opposite order, resulting in the confusion. The decision was once again unpopular with the live crowd as some booed the outcome, much like the first match in December As that bout was cancelled, Ruiz stepped aside as mandatory challenger so Valuev could fight Cruiserweight Champion David Haye.
On the undercard to that fight Ruiz stopped Adnan Serin in 7 rounds. Ruiz, coming in at pounds his lightest since , dominated his overmatched opponent to retain his mandatory challenge to the WBA belt.
When the fight took place on April 3 at the M. Arena in Manchester , Ruiz lost to Haye by TKO when his corner threw in the towel in the ninth round after suffering four knockdowns in the previous rounds.
Ruiz, whose face was covered in blood, could not stand up to Haye's greater speed and power. Following his loss to David Haye, Ruiz announced his retirement after an year boxing career.
While all ages are welcome, he focuses on providing an alternative for at-risk children and teenagers in the Greater Boston area.
He has also indicated that he wants to return to boxing in some capacity as either a manager or trainer at some point.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American boxer. Ruiz floored Willis in round five from a short right hand before referee Wayne Hedgpeth stopped the bout in round eight, after a combination of unanswered punches.
This was on the undercard of Donaire vs. The fight was stopped after the third-round when Hamer indicated he did not wish to continue.
This was the second time Hamer had retired on his stool following his previous loss to Vyacheslav Glazkov in December His promoter Lou DiBella announced Hamer had been released from his contract.
The scorecards read 98—92, 96—94, and 99—91, all in favour of Ruiz who retained his titles. This was the last time Liakhovich fought.
Ruiz revealed he fractured his right hand during the second round. Godfrey was a late replacement for Devin Vargas , who was unable to obtain a license from the California Athletic Commission.
Ruiz won on points after eight rounds. Austin weighed 18 pounds more than Ruiz at the weigh-in. This was Ruiz's fourth successful defence of his WBC-NABF heavyweight title as Austin was down in round one, he injured his right hand and failed to come out of his corner for round five.
Promoted by Salita Promotions. His only other loss came in his fifth professional fight against future WBC world champion Bermane Stiverne , which was stopped after Lawrence injured his arm in round one.
The judges scored the fight —90, 99—91, and 99— The winner would be the mandatory challenger for the WBO heavyweight title.
This fight came about by Ruiz being one of the top two ranked contenders willing to fight for the vacant title.
The title became vacant when former champion Tyson Fury vacated the title. Discussions and negotiations began after Fury was expected to be stripped of his WBO belt over inactivity and testing positive for cocaine.
He pointed out that the WBO rules stated the two best-classified contenders will challenge for the title. He also said his experience dealing with Parker and his team has so far been a pleasure.
Ruiz failed to become the first heavyweight of Mexican ancestry to win a world title when Parker won the bout by a majority decision. The judges scored the fight —, —, and — Ruiz started off well being the aggressor but slowed down during mid rounds, only to take control again during the championship rounds.
Both men showed great respect for each other throughout the contest, and Ruiz spoke of his unhappiness. On December 19, Angel "Memo" Heredia, a well known strength and conditioning trainer, confirmed that he would be working alongside Ruiz.
Ruiz was next to make a ring return on February 3, on the undercard of Gilberto Ramirez vs. Scott Quigg on March In his absence from the ring, he explained, "I just wanted to take a break.
I already have 30 fights. I wanted to be with the family, I started investing my money. I started building houses.
But every boxers needs that little break and now I've got to come back harder. He landed a big right hand to the head of Vargas, dropping him.
Referee Thomas Taylor called off the fight. The official time of the stoppage was at of round one. Ruiz showed good power and speed during the short fight.
For the bout, Ruiz trained with Manny Robles. The main goal for this bout was for Ruiz to get in some much needed rounds, having only completed less than a round in over a year.
Johnson, who had previously only been stopped twice in his nine losses, was known for his toughness, having taken the likes of Kubrat Pulev , Derek Chisora , Tyson Fury and Vitali Klitschko , the twelve round distance.
Johnson did not do much apart from throw a strong jab from time to time. It was Ruiz who was busy and remained in control for majority of the bout.
Ruiz admitted it was good to go the distance and called out some of the better heavyweights, namely Jarrell Miller. It was said that Ruiz had bought out the remainder of his Top Rank promotional contract.
The bout nearly came to an end in round four when Ruiz nearly knocked Dimitrenko down, however Dimitrenko managed to make it to the end of the round.
Ruiz landed 68 punches overall, compared to Dimitrenko, who landed 21 punches.