Well clearly Ruiz is honoring his contract because he will defend his belts against AJ in of all places Saudi Arabia. Ruiz did manage to get a slightly bigger split of the booty though and rightfully so.There is no point, it is clear at this point Ruiz has no intention of honouring his contract (he already agreed by signing for the first fight). I expect that he'll fight Wilder in Feb/Mar and winner will fight Fury in Autumn 2020. EH may try and sue him but I doubt any american court will uphold the contract as it an american vs a foreigner. AJ should retire if this happens but I feel he won't, I would guess the likely opponent would be Whyte if he is cleared as that would be a big domestic fight which could yield big money. Otherwise maybe Usyk who is with Matchroom also and wants to build towards a title shot but he'll have to leave EH if he wants the title shot as Heyman won't allow his fighters to give Matchroom another chance at the titles.
EH should start campaigning the IBF to strip Ruiz so AJ can fight Pulev for that title maybe? That might give him something to go for rather than just a bunch of money fights that lead nowhere.