Titelverteidigung von Andy Ruiz oder gelingt Anthony Joshua die Revanche? Wettquoten & Prognosen zum Schwergewicht Boxkampf am ! Andy Ruiz 2 - live auf DAZN. Beim ersten Aufeinandertreffen gewann der krasse Außenseiter Ruiz im New Yorker Madison Square Garden in der siebten Runde. Anthony Joshua hat seine WM-Gürtel zurück! Nach der überraschenden Niederlage gegen Andy Ruiz Jr. im Madison Square Garden, hat sich.
Rückkampf Ruiz vs. Joshua am 7.12. | Revanche oder Titelverteidigung?Titelverteidigung von Andy Ruiz oder gelingt Anthony Joshua die Revanche? Wettquoten & Prognosen zum Schwergewicht Boxkampf am ! Anthony Joshua gegen Andy Ruiz. Der Rückkampf zwischen den beiden Schwergewichtsboxern um die Weltmeistertitel der Verbände IBF, IBO. Der Kampf zwischen Anthony Joshua und Andy Ruiz Jr. steht an ("Ruiz – Joshua 2"). Wann findet der Boxkampf statt? Infos zu Datum, Termin.
Ruiz Joshua 2 Navigation menu VideoJoshua Vs Ruiz 2 Highlights - Andy Ruiz Jr. Anthony Joshua II Boxing Fight Recap Kyle Kirms Ruiz-Joshua 2 main event: p.m. ET Because of the eight-hour time difference between Saudi Arabia and the United States, the Andy Ruiz vs. Anthony Joshua 2 fight will not be the late-night.
During an appearance on Radio 5 Live, Joshua said: "I had some issue with my health which I was going through for a long time.
I felt so tired and drained and thought it must be down to training. All that stuff, feeling so tired, dealing with obligations.
Now I have energy, I haven't missed a session. Joshua, 30, then revealed his mystery health issue forced him to go under the knife ahead of his rematch with Ruiz Jr.
He added: "After my check-ups it showed what the problem was and this is what you have to get sorted. Anthony Joshua has sent a heartfelt message to his fans on Instagram following the reclamation of his world title belts.
Clean hearts win. No shade, no congratulations, just silence, that's how you know anthonyfjoshua put in a top performance.
I've beaten some good names as well and I'm looking forward to taking on more challenges. Andy is still on that list, because I think we make for good music.
He's a good dancing partner. We'll see what happens. Usyk has made the step up from cruiserweight and is the mandatory challenger for the WBO belt, which Joshua reclaimed from Ruiz in Saudi Arabia.
WBO mandatory challenger usykaa with in days.. Usyk was in attendance for Joshua vs Ruiz 2, along with a whole host of famous faces from the world of boxing.
Some boxing fans weren't impressed with Joshua's performance over Ruiz, criticising his cautious approach.
Fans took to Twitter to compare him to Floyd Mayweather, claiming he "ran" throughout the fight. Andy Ruiz blamed the performance and subsequent result on partying too much in between fights.
This man has responsible for the growth of British boxing. He won the title after 16 fights and he unified the belts after But he has come back.
Andy Ruiz didn't disgrace himself tonight - and the Mexican wants more of Joshua in the future, despite being outclassed tonight.
I came in a bit heavy and if we do the third fight I am going to come in in the best shape. I got boxed. But I want to do it again. Thank you to everyone in Saudi Arabia.
Who wants to see the third trilogy fight? Ruiz, you'll have seen, came in rather overweight for this fight - 15lbs heavier than he did for their first bout in New York.
Thanks to Ruiz and his family, thanks to Saudi, the fans and thanks to god and Eddie Hearn. Brilliant performance from Joshua.
Wide cards, fantastic discipline from the Brit. He also hits some big right hands for good measure. And it looks like we have a new world titleholder.
Ruiz came and tried with his relentless pressure. But we await some very wide scorecards now. Ruiz needs the knockout as we enter the 12th round.
If he can hang on then we have a two-time world heavyweight champion on our hands. Ruiz is, as always, dangerous. He did this against Joseph Parker, and now he's doing it to Ruiz.
Joshua looking light on his feet as well. Those 10lbs lost eh? Round 9: Better round for Joshua. The Olympic gold medalist is gaining confidence again but Ruiz remains a serious threat.
He keeps coming forward and AJ is finding it hard to clinch. Ruiz is slipping out every time. AJ looked a little miffed with an illegal shot there and then engages in a fire-fest with Ruiz, who windmills and hits Joshua on the back of the head.
Ruiz's best round. Round 7: Joshua lands some hard shots but refuses to engage in any fire fights. Ruiz is getting frustrated in there, but Joshua will need to keep this up for the last five rounds.
Another round for the former champion, who takes a couple low shots at the end of the round. Round 5: AJ keeping things long and landing some stiff jabs, he then does the same with his right hand and wins another round.
He's boxing brilliantly here and that was a slower round for Ruiz, who is still in there. Round 4: More calmness from AJ, but the pressure is coming from Ruiz, who looks unfazed by anything that comes his way - Ruiz lands a nice shot at the end of the round.
Round 3: Relaxed round three from AJ, but Ruiz still the man pushing the action. This is what Joshua needs to continue to do, and if the big shot is there, take it.
Ruiz doesn't look phased, but Joshua looks calm. And now he's looking good in the second round too. Good work from Joshua, who will feel comfortable now that he's cut his Mexican rival.
But AJ is cut this time after a clash of heads! Early drama here in Riyadh. Joshua uses his jab nicely but it's Ruiz that's pressing, much like late on in the first fight.
Good boxing fro, AJ so far, though. More of that in the second round, please. Hunter feints and catches Povetkin to the body.
Hunter with the left jab again. Hunter with a few more left jabs. Povetkin clinches up Hunter again. Hunter misses a body shot.
Hunter landing a few solid hooks, and Hunter is forced to hold once more. Some hooks by Povetkin late. Another jab by Hunter. Hunter jabs to the body.
Hunter aims for the body once more. Hunter throwing a couple of more jabs, and Povetkin ties him up again. Povetkin lands an uppercut.
Left hand upstairs by Hunter. Strong body shot by Hunter may have Povetkin hurt! Another right hand by Hunter! The two trade inside and both men get staggered!
Three-punch combo by Hunter. Hunter lands to the body, then the head. Povetkin tags Hunter with a hook and uppercut. Not a lot of action in this round; lots of tying up.
Hunter tagging Povetkin low with jabs. Hunter tags Povetkin upstairs. Both men trading hard body shots inside. Povetkin lands a right before a tie-up.
A couple of left jabs from Hunter. Each lands a body shot. Uppercut by Hunter. Povetkin misses a jab. Both men trading body shots in close.
Povetkin lands a body shot. More body shot trading and more holding. Grazing hook by Povetkin. Hunter misses a one-two and eats a hook.
Povetkin with a one-two. One-two missed by Hunter, and Povetkin lands a strong body shot. One-two by Povetkin, but Hunter landing body shots.
Hunter misses a left. Right and a left by Povetkin. Right hand to the body by Hunter. Povetkin lands a couple to the body. Right hand by Povetkin.
Left uppercut missed by Povetkin. Left hand missed by Povetkin. Hunter catches Povetkin upstairs, and a right hook upstairs wobbles Povetkin!
Another strong right by Hunter wobbles Povetkin more! Povetkin trying to hold and get his feet back under him. Hunter with another left and an accidental clash of heads.
Another tangle up. Right hand by Hunter again. Povetkin comes forward and ties Hunter up. Hunter with another right. Right hand by Hunter to the head.
Hunter goes to the body again, but Povetkin ties him up. Some more holding, and the two get crossed up and both trip.
Right hand by Povetkin is blocked. Hunter returning to the body. Povetkin just misses a hook. Some more tying up. Hunter catches Povetkin with a left to the head.
Right hand by Hunter. Povetkin with a right and a clinch. Povetkin with a left and a clinch. Both men are visibly tired. Some trading to the bodies before the bell.
Official Decision: Alexander Povetkin vs. Michael Hunter goes to a split draw , , Round 1: Wach comes out with his left hand.
Whyte with a couple of left jabs. A couple of more left jabs from Whyte. One-two by Wach, but Whyte counters with a right.
Right hand by Wach. Hooks to the body and head by Whyte. Wach lands a left hook of his own. Left jab by Whyte.
Another left to the body by Whyte. Wach goes to the body with a right. A couple of left hands by Whyte. Left hand by Wach.
Whyte misses a one-two. Right to the body by Whyte. Whyte misses a right. Three-punch combo by Whyte. One-two by Wach. Whyte lands a left to the body.
Whyte landing a couple of hooks, though Wach lands a counter. Wach backing Whyte up with the left hand. Body shot by Wach. A couple of right hands by Whyte.
Uppercut and hook by Whyte. One-two with the left by Whyte. Whyte working the left jab. Hard left hand lands upstairs by Whyte. Wach lands a couple of solid rights.
Wach with another right hand. Whyte with a left and a small combination. Whyte with a left upstairs. Whyte lands a right but misses an overhand left.
Jab by Wach. A couple of left jabs by Whyte. Whyte works the left jabs again. Another one-two by Whyte. Whyte now lands some hooks to the body.
Left hook by Whyte. A couple of lefts by Whyte. Whyte misses a quick left hook. Left hook by Wach to the body.
Small combination by Wach, but not much lands. A couple of lefts by Wach. Combination with a right hand to end it by Wach. Wach lands a couple of lefts, followed by a one-two.
Combination by Whyte. Wach now with lefts of his own. Uppercut inside by Whyte. Whyte misses an overhand right.
Left hand by Whyte. Each throws a straight. Wach lands on the inside. Wach with a strong right hand. Whyte narrowly misses a big right.
Whyte with a few strong body shots. Whyte with a right. Whyte with a left to the body. Wach with a left. Small combination by Whyte.
Whyte with the jab. One-two to the body by Whyte. A couple of jabs by Whyte. Wach now coming back by flashing the left jab. Both men trading in the pocket.
Whyte with a couple of strong uppercuts inside. Wach with a body shot, followed by a right upstairs. Whyte misses an uppercut.
Wach ties Whyte up and makes him miss a one-two. Both fighters land a straight left coming in at the second mark. Round 1: Joshua showing a nice bounce and spring on his feet, feinting and trying to pump the jab.
A left hook followed by a right hook grazes the head of Ruiz at about the mark of the round. A right hook lands for Joshua and Ruiz has a cut above his left eye, with blood trickling out.
Good first round for AJ. We're about to find out! National Anthems from the U. And the Mexican anthem as well.
He flicks off his hood, looking like he means business just as Joshua. AJ against the world? Let's see how he responds.
Sporting News had Hunter winning it, but honestly, you can't be mad at this verdict. Both fighters had their moments. How will judges score this one?
To the scorecards we go It's a clean landing for that right hand, as Hunter should pour it on to give judges that extra push. But he's winded himself now, holding onto Povetkin between outputs.
Hunter slips and is back up, still looking tired. Both fighters gassed, as this one is close to ending. And there's the final bell.
Hunter unloads that right hand again. His best round yet. We're 30 minutes out from that main event starting. One has to think that the longer the bout goes, the advantage will point to the younger Hunter.
Let's see how the rest of this round and fight plays out. Povetkin looks to be winded, even walking to the wrong corner following the round.
A quiet, but effective eighth round for "The Bounty. Povetkin comes right back, but Hunter did enough to take the round. Povetkin rocks Hunter with a left hook that has "The Bounty" reeling back against the ropes.
Moments later, Povetkin tags Hunter again. Real heavyweight power that Hunter is dealing with here. New Zealand. Viaplay . Panama .
Poland . Romania . Russia . South Africa. Uzbekistan . Turkey . Ukraine . Note 1. Alexander Povetkin. Michael Hunter.
Dillian Whyte. Mariusz Wach. Note 2. Mahammadrasul Majidov. Tom Little. Zuhayr Al Qahtani. Omar Dusary. Diego Pacheco.