WARD V RUIZ

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  1. cslb

    cslb Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    lol Mayweather got rid of McGregor when he got ready and tiny Floyd hit hard enough to keep Alvarez from just walking through him.
     
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  2. Loudon

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    He's still young enough to come back.

    I really hope he does come back.

    I can't see him fighting a HW though.
     
  3. cslb

    cslb Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    With Ward's arrogance, why else would he come back if not to fight for a heavyweight title? He would consider it a challenge worthy of him putting in the work to accomplish the goal.
     
  4. Loudon

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    I can't see it mate.

    If he was going to do it, I think he'd have done it by now.

    He retired after 33 fights.

    There's no logic in him coming back to fight a guy like Ruiz.
     
  5. cslb

    cslb Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    He probably won't come back but Ruiz would be a more feasible opponent for him than Joshua or Wilder.
     
  6. Loudon

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    We'll have to see.
     
  7. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Alvarez caught Floyd with some good body shots but certainly not with the power Ruiz smashed AJ`s body with, that`s an absurd comparison.
     
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    mark ant Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Not from what I saw, when Ruiz outclassed AJ.
     
  9. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Beating Ruiz would be the most difficult fight of his career by far.
     
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  10. BCS8

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    Ruiz would smash Ward up. He hits harder than Kovalev and throws in bunches. Let's see Ward try clinch Ruiz to tire him out :rolleyes: I'd love to see Ward starched by a fattie, if only Ward would do this.
     
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  11. mark ant

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    Ruiz used the high guard well v AJ and Ward had trouble landing on Arthur Abraham because of his peek a boo guard.
     
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    Yeah, but see here, in that one Jones had a big speed advantage and John Ruiz likes throwing and holding. Here its the smaller guy trying a jab n grab. Stylistically the matchup favours Ruiz.
     
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  13. Loudon

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    This is it.

    Although Andre is incredibly skilled, he's also a spoiler, who likes to rough people up on the inside.

    He couldn't do those things against Ruiz.
     
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    Use logic. If u keep getting hit with clean punches, especially punches u don't see. Eventually ur going to hit the canvas. Also take into consideration, Ward is an excellent body punch. Ruiz has an easy target for body punching. Now we all know Ruiz a lot of soft cushion around his midsection.
     
  15. Bollywooden

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    Ward should do a third fight with Kovalev, unfinished business.
     

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