Andy Ruiz Jr. Didn’t Deserve To Be Champ

So, let’s just skip the formalities and get straight to the shits, son. On the real, Andy Ruiz Jr. fucking blew it, man. Like, he had the opportunity to solidify his place in boxing history and he pissed it all away, fam. Bruh, in six months, Ruiz went from Rocky Balboa to the new Buster Douglas. All in all, based on his (lack of) discipline, Ruiz didn’t deserve to be champion.

Ok, for those who missed it, Ruiz fought Anthony Joshua for the second time this past weekend. Now, as a reminder, back in June, Ruiz threw a monkey wrench in everyone’s plans. I mean, based on Joshua’s previous dominance, we all wanted to see him mix it up with Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury. In addition, since Ruiz was a last-minute replacement (due to Jarrell Miller‘s multiple failed drug tests), not a lot of people gave the fat Mexican a chance, son.

Regardless, Ruiz put on the performance of a lifetime and derailed Joshua’s momentum, man. Look, there was no fluke in Ruiz’ June victory, fam. The fact is, he knocked Joshua down four times AND was ahead on two of the three scorecards when the fight was called off. Frankly, he fought a near-perfect fight, bruh. From there, the fucking wheels fell off, people.

Listen, ever since that win, Ruiz was out here wilin’, son. Hell, by his own admission, he didn’t train, he partied too much and he didn’t take Joshua seriously. Fam, is this guy fucking serious? *Sigh* He pulled off the legendary upset and then disregarded ALL forms of discipline. The way I see it, an individual like that doesn’t have the right to be champion.

In the end, I don’t want to hear any excuses, man. Ultimately, Ruiz has no one to blame but himself for his piss-poor title reign. By and by, he’s a super talented fighter, bruh. However, talent without any semblance of work ethic is meaningless, fam. For God‘s sake, an already fat dude came in 15 pounds heavier than the previous fight, folks. At the end of the day, if this is how he’s going to behave, then I’m glad that Joshua got his belts back. Now, maybe we’ll finally see those matches with Wilder and Fury. Maybe, brethren. That is all. LC out.

P.S. No one wants to see a third fight, Ruiz. That ship has officially sailed, son. Good day.

EVERYONE Underestimated Andy Ruiz Jr.

So, let’s cut the bullshit, son. On the real, EVERYONE underestimated Andy Ruiz Jr. Like, only the most knowledgeable of boxing insiders gave him a chance to beat Anthony Joshua, man. Shit, I consider myself a connoisseur and my guy Thomas had to be the one to school me on Ruiz’ fast hands, fam. In any case, Ruiz just shocked the world and sent the Heavyweight division into a fucking tailspin.

Ok, for those who missed it, shit got real on Saturday night. Now, Joshua, the boxing pride of England, was set to make his American debut at Madison Square Garden. Originally, his opponent was supposed to be Jarrell Miller. However, as I detailed in a previous post, Miller righteously fucked up the bag, bruh. Anyway, on basically one month’s notice, Ruiz signed on to fight Joshua. All in all, most casual fans thought Ruiz looked like Gabriel Iglesias and didn’t give him a chance, son.

Moving on, the fight turned out toooooootally different than damn near everyone imagined, man. Shit, after being knocked down in the third round, Ruiz began to put them paws on Joshua, fam. I mean, he dropped Joshua twice in the same third round and then twice more in the seventh round. After Joshua began looking confused in his corner, the referee had no choice but to stop the fight, bruh. All I know is, I didn’t expect Joshua to get clanked that many times, son.

Look, to be honest, I always wondered about Joshua’s chin, man. Hell, when he got dropped by an old ass Wladimir Klitschko in 2017, I knew he could be vulnerable, fam. Frankly, that’s why I wanted to see him fight Deontay Wilder. Real talk, I wanted to see if his jaw could withstand Wilder’s right hand. All I can say is, after the slaps he received from Ruiz, he better stay faaaar away from Wilder, bruh. Keeping it a buck, Wilder might put Joshua on permanent hiatus, son.

In the end, I don’t know what to make of the Heavyweight division, man. Ultimately, I’m sure Joshua has a rematch clause with Ruiz. Meaning, he’ll have an opportunity to get his belts back. However, this loss puts a damper on the three-way race between Joshua, Wilder and Tyson Fury. By and by, this is exactly why I hate boxing politics, fam. The way I see it, all of these dudes should’ve fought each other already, bruh. Now, there are more obstacles in the way. *Sigh* Nevertheless, HUGE congrats to Ruiz, son. At the end of the day, there was no luck involved, brethren. The truth is, he plainly whooped Joshua’s ass, people. That is all. LC out.