Andy Ruiz was reared to fight by his dad at early age. In the wake of gathering a champion beginner record, “The Destroyer” turned genius at 19 out of a mission to turn into boxing’s first Heavyweight Champion of Mexican drop.
THE RIGHT DIRECTION
First class heavyweight contender Andy Ruiz Jr. was destined to be a contender—in spite of the fact that he didn’t understand it from the start. Baseball was youthful Andy’s energy. Yet, his dad, Andy Sr., had different plans. The senior Ruiz pushed his child into boxing, compelling him to surrender baseball to contemplate the sweet science day by day.
Andy Ruiz Jr.
Andrés Ponce Ruiz Jr., also known as Andy Ruiz Jr., is an American professional boxer. In June 2019, he scored a major upset when he beat Anthony Joshua to win the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight titles.
- Born: September 11, 1989 (age 30 years), Imperial Valley, California, United States
- Height: 1.83 m
- Weight: Heavyweight
- Reach: 74 in (188 cm)
- Parents: Andrés Ruiz
- Nationality: Mexican, American
Andy Sr’s. vision would happen as intended. Ruiz Jr. started his novice vocation in Mexico, gathering a 105-5 record and winning a few national titles. Ruiz would proceed to make it to the capability organize for 2008 Olympics as a component of the Mexican squad, despite the fact that he at last missed the mark concerning making it the games.
FIGHTING FOR A WORLD TITLE
Ruiz would win his next five sessions, moving to the highest point of the rankings and making way for a world title shot. On December 10, 2016, the now 29-0 fighter confronted 21-0 Joseph Parker for the empty WBO World Heavyweight Championship.
The session occurred at the Spark Arena in Parker’s local Auckland, New Zealand. It was a fervently challenged fight for 12 rounds, with every contender making the most of a considerable amount of minutes. Judge Salven Lagumbay had it 114-114, yet judges Ramon Cerdan and Ingo Barrabas both scored it 115-113 for Parker, granting Parker the triumph and the world title.