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Ruiz's performance in NY has made bettors think twice before lumping their cash on the Brit and while Joshua is again the favourite and has reportedly looked more determined than ever in his camp in Sheffield, he has the added pressure of knowing this fight could make or break his career.
We will see a faster and better-balanced AJ. I shed some skin final time, rebuilt myself.
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Hua also made note of the Hong Kong bill supportive of the pro-democracy movement, which Trump signed into law last week. USA officials have likened the detention centers to "concentration camps" detaining up to 3 million Uighurs .
"I don't want to show too much what we are working on, it will all be out on December 7".
Ruiz Jr knows that he will once more have people doubting his champion credentials but is determined to "make another dream come true". "Everyone says I'm slow and cumbersome, I'm not a very good boxer, I'm slow, I'm not co-ordinated but no one wants to fight me and I've been No 1 and mandatories for such a long time, so I don't understand".
Joshua (22-1, 21 knockouts) acknowledged that he has thought a lot about Ruiz (33-1, 22 KOs) and their first fight the past six months. You can't ask me about how I feel after a loss, you have to hold some regard to what we're doing in this boxing industry, that's probably where I'm coming a from. "Everybody has been treating me with love and especially enjoying the really good food that they have in this country", he said. That's what happened on June 1.