Andy Ruiz's victory over AJ is much more impressive than AJ's victory over ruiz

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  1. tatiannafx

    tatiannafx New Member Full Member

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    All bias aside, lets look at both fights objectively

    1st fight
    -Ruiz drops AJ 5 times. Despite being a midget with short reach he even outboxes AJ in the later rounds.
    -Aj gets beat so bad he quit on his stool

    2nd fight
    -Ruiz, who came in terribly overweight did get dominated, but he never quit or got knocked down 5 times

    Its officially 1-1, but Ruiz's win has far more value as he scored the TKO and made Joshua quit.

    Either way, not impressed with either boxer. Fury would dominate both with ease and Wilder sleeps them both
     
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  2. Mr Icaman

    Mr Icaman 32-0 WBC Champ, Ring + Lineal HW Champ Full Member

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    Man the haters are still hating lol...

    Maybe use your real account.
     
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  3. Heavyhanded

    Heavyhanded New Member Full Member

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    Joshua totally dominated Ruiz last night, can’t say Ruiz did the same in first fight can we?
     
  4. West of Hollywood

    West of Hollywood Member Full Member

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    I guess we could debate the definition of "totally." Last night Joshua took some shots throughout and was briefly hurt at the end of one round. But I would say overall Joshua dominated like Ruiz did for most of the first fight (Joshua had one brief moment in the first fight but not much else).
     
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  5. tatiannafx

    tatiannafx New Member Full Member

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    ruiz dropping aj five times is more impressive than aj outboxing a midget with t rex arms
     
  6. Tankatron

    Tankatron Well-Known Member Full Member

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    The saltiness is strong in you.......A powerful Lord of the salt you will become.....:b1:
     
  7. Webbiano

    Webbiano Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    ‘All bias aside’

    ....’Despite being a midget with short reach’
     
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  8. madballster

    madballster Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Time to face the truth. Ruiz just pulled a Buster Douglas.
     
  9. UKboxingfan

    UKboxingfan Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Let all the hate out buddy , then we can all accept AJ is back!!
     
  10. truth_teller

    truth_teller Member Full Member

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    He didn't dominate Ruiz at all. He knew he would be knocked down if he came closer to Ruiz, and stayed away from him all night. He circled around him so that he couldn't get close. When he got close, he quickly ran away to the opposite side of the ring. He used his reach advantage and jabbed him time to time to keep him away, for what he got points and won by decision eventually.

    Poor Ruiz had no idea how to get to Joshua. He and his team definitely didn't study their lessons well.

    I think a 3rd match will be similar to 2nd one because Joshua got Ruiz's number. Styles make fights, and this style doesn't fit Ruiz well.

    If Ruiz is smart, he goes after Wilder, because Wilder hasn't learned yet to dance and circle like Joshua did last night. Wilder too will learn it after he loses to Ruiz by KO :)
     
  11. DonTyson

    DonTyson Active Member Full Member

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    The stars aligned for Ruiz in the first fight. AJ completely dominated and nullified Ruiz last night by not engaging in a scrap, which Ruiz would’ve wanted. Despite that, AJ still looks robotic and is by no means a slick boxer and the few times he got loose is when Ruiz caused the slightest trouble.

    AJ’s boxing ability isn’t world class by a stretch and I question his ability to take solid shots. Fury outboxes him and Wilder would be a 50/50, who lands the big shot first wins.
     
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  12. Heavyhanded

    Heavyhanded New Member Full Member

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    Ok, read all the reports from the fight! Didn’t dominate lol, he was outclassed/outboxed. It’s heavyweight boxing you don’t stand and trade with a Ruiz type fighter lol.
     
  13. MR6666

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    Couldn't of said it better