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Andy Ruiz will face Luis Ortiz on August 13 in Los Angeles

Andy Ruiz will face Luis Ortiz on August 13 in Los Angeles

An experienced Cuban boxer called his Mexican colleague a coward, so there are personal problems to be solved in that fight

Andrew Ruiz He will return to the ring on August 13th at Angels to face the Cuban Luis Ortiz With dual goals in mind, they emphasized it ESPN KNOCKOUT TECHNOLOGY: Prove that you are ready to return to the World Championships, and shut the mouth of the man who dared call you a coward.

The fight, organized by Premier Boxing Champions, will take place at the Arena, according to Andrés Ruiz Sr. , noting that he has rarely seen his son so motivated by the fight that he faces Ortizwho indicated that he was afraid of him after Trailer announced that he was supposed to fight Andy Tyrone Sponge in Mexico City instead of facing him.

“My son will shut the mouth of the person who dared call him a coward,” said Ruiz Sr. ESPN KNOCKOUT TECHNOLOGY. “Andy is very excited and ready to prove to the world that he belongs to the elite heavyweight and that he is not afraid of anyone.”

Andrew RuizThe 32-year-old and former WBA, IBF and WBO champion, will finally return to the ring after defeating Chris Areola in May last year, when he made the unanimous decision in his favor despite his downfall. early in the fight.

Ortiz43 years old, accused Ruiz Strongly not wanting to fight him. He could choose a real boxer, a famous competitor. He knew how much I wanted to fight him, but decided to go down an easy path against a kickboxer, someone who would dominate him without too much trouble. I repeat, he is a coward,” he told journalist Jorge Ebro at the time.

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Obviously, fighting Ruiz And Spong will not materialize, instead, you will face one last duel Ortiz. The winner of the fight will be very well positioned regarding a potential world championship opportunity, pending a decision by Tyson Fury by the World Boxing Council and also the outcome of the second fight between Triple World Champion Oleksandr Usyk and former Monarch Anthony Joshua.