He offered Andy Ruíz five million to fight and he feels that he avoids it

Andy Ruíz is very clear about his goals for when the health emergency that has caused the spread of the coronavirus pandemic has been left behind. In the first place, he is looking for the possibility of being trained by Eddy Reynoso, principal of the Canelo Álvarez team, and then being able to finalize the trilogy against Anthony Joshua, to try to get back with that title that he failed to defend.

However, there is another boxer who has long been looking for the possibility of measuring forces face to face against Rocky Mexicano. He is none other than Dillian Whyte, a British boxer who records a single loss in his professional career and who suffered nothing less than the current WBO, IBF and WBA heavyweight champion: Anthony Joshua.

In dialogue with Adam Smith and Eddie Hearn, for Matchroom Boxing, the 32-year-old boxer revealed that he has strong intentions to confront Andy Ruíz and that he suspects that he is doing nothing but dodge him.

“We offer five million dollars to fight me, in the United States. Ultimately, that is your home. If you think I’m trash, fight me for ciFive million dollars would be easy. I am an old school dog. I don’t play any games, “Dillian Whyte said defiantly.

The Briton already had a fight scheduled for May 5 against the Russian Alexander Povetkin, who was putting the interim heavyweight title of the World Boxing Council at stake and was going to take place at Manchester Arena. However, it has been postponed due to the spread of the coronavirus, which also has the United Kingdom on a state of maximum health alert.

  • Boxing
  • Dillian Whyte
  • Andy Ruíz


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