By Mike Parrott
Andy Ruiz Jr has posted on Twitter for the first time since his loss against Anthony Joshua in Clash on the Dunes.
Andy Ruiz Jr has finally broken his silence after his loss to Anthony Joshua on Saturday.
The now-former Heavyweight Champion lost unanimously on points after Joshua danced around and out-boxed the Mexican emphatically to reclaim his belts.
Ruiz came under a lot of criticism after he put on 15 pounds from his previous fight with Joshua. AJ lost just under 11 pounds for the fight and his new svelte physique was shown with him dancing around the Mexican.
I'll be back stronger. I WILL be a champion once again. I appreciate all the love and support from my true fans. I appreciate the haters as well and can't wait to prove the haters wrong once again. Back to the gym. Let's start this journey to the belts :trophy::flag_mx: :pray: pic.twitter.com/ugioHWKoQ0- AndyRuizjr (@Andy_destroyer1) December 12, 2019
Ruiz said on Twitter:
"I'll be back stronger. I WILL be a champion once again. I appreciate all the love and support from my true fans. I appreciate the haters as well and can't wait to prove the haters wrong once again. Back to the gym. Let's start this journey to the belts."
Anthony Joshua is set to face Oleksander Usyk after the WBO demanded that Joshua has to face his WBO mandatory Challenger within 180 days.
Andy Ruiz doesn;t have a fight lined up with rumours circulating of potential bouts with the loser of the Tyson Fury - Deontay Wilder Rematch, as well as Dillian Whyte.
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