Andy Ruiz Jr., the only Mexican-American heavyweight world titleholder, will confront Anthony Joshua for the second time on Dec. 7 in Saudi Arabia.
Ruiz stunned the boxing scene on June 1 by filling in as a late swap for Jarrel “Enormous Baby” Miller and ceasing Joshua, who was vigorously supported, in Round 7 at Madison Square Garden in New York. Ruiz sent Joshua to the canvas multiple times in the session.
Joshua used the rematch provision in the battle contract and his advertiser Matchroom Sports struck a rewarding arrangement to put the battle in Saudi Arabia. Ruiz, who initially had shied away from the possibility of the rematch being stage in the UK, wasn’t excited with that setting either.
In any case, with his pot improved, Ruiz consented to terms on Wednesday and the “Conflict on the Dunes” will happen in the Middle Eastern.
The rematch is set to take in Saudi Arabia after Ruiz Jr effectively arranged a superior battle tote. There were reports Ruiz Jr may decline to head out to nation for wellbeing reasons, however an understanding was arrived at a week ago. The shielding champion took to web based life to affirm his goal to battle in Saudi Arabia and promised to resign Joshua.
He stated: ‘I ousted the ruler June first and left a mark on the world turning into the principal Mexican/American heavyweight victor of the world. ‘I’m anticipating finishing his vocation in the desert.’ Joshua declared the subsequent battle would happen prior this month without remark from Ruiz Jr.