Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by VG_Addict, Jun 17, 2019.
Who would have won? Could Ruiz give Wlad trouble with his fast hands and infighting ability?
Wlad would be able to survive a few flurries while keeping Ruiz away majority of the fight with the "ol jab and grab"
Ruiz is worse thanArreola and will saw Vitali was untouchable vs the nightmare.
Ffs stop taking it out on Vladimir
Of course he has a punchers chance but Ruiz won't have the belts long.
Steward Wlad batters him.
Prime Wlad wins. Late 30s/early 40s Wlad loses a UD
Wtf??? Wlad utterly destroyes ruiz. He jabs him to death and knocks him out late. Wlad is on of the best all time when fighting small guys. He was the master of creating and keeping distance.
Everybody who thinks otherwise should stop watching boxing
Andy puts him away in devastating fashion Sanders style.
right now (Wlad at 43) it's probably 50/50, Wlad in his prime beats him everytime anywhere.
If its pre Steward reckless Wlad, it could happen.
Agreed, although a guy who can stop people like Mercer, McCline, Botha and Byrd probably starts favorite.
2017 Wlad wins a competitive UD
2007 Wlad wins an exhibition
Wlad dominates him and then Ruiz becomes a bum.
Wlad too disciplined to make the same mistakes as AJ.
Never keen to engage at the best of times !
Ruiz would be getting called a bum in the Klitschko era.
Exactly Ruiz a who's small stature would be perfect for one-two grab. Klitsko loved smaller opponent's and unlike Joshua is better at fundamentals jab,distance control and better at out fighting.post- Pulev-Klitsko by ko