Aafter defeat Luis Ortiz with a unanimous decision at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles in early September, Andy Ruiz has already set the course for his boxing retirement.
The Mexican-American wants to go out with a bang and cement his legacy with a mega fight with the best heavyweights around.
At the age of 33, “The Destroyer” has time to fight three or four times if he works and trains honestly.
Only in this way will he reduce the risk of showing himself to the mind.
The best example is in his two fights with Brit Anthony Joshuawho brought him down from his throne with good preparation.
However, in the defense of his title, he was calm and lost without a fight.
Mr. Andres Ruiz, Andy’s father, revealed his son’s plans to prepare for retirement and wants to do so by fighting against Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder and Oleksandr Usykin addition to completing the anti-trilogy Anthony Joshua.
“Andy has some good fights left. Fury, trilogy with Joshua, Usyk, Wilder and to retire with these fights, that’s what we want to do,” said Andres Ruiz Sr. in an interview with ‘Izquierdazo’.
Andy Ruiz wants to fight in Mexico before he retires
Andy Ruiz already had plans for a big event in Mexico, but he had to see a commitment with “King Kong” Ortiz in California.
However, after the fight against Fury, Wilder and Usyk, his dreams will turn to the Azteca Stadium.
“We want to fight in Mexico. Fight in the Plaza de Toros or in the Azteca stadium, that’s when his retirement is, I want to do it in Azteca,” said the father of “The Destroyer”, who. He is also his representative.
Ruiz’s father insisted that his son was on board with plans to fight big and say goodbye in Mexico, and that they even Dillian White is penciled in as a potential rival.