Luis Ortiz back training, sporting bald head

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Ortiz vs Andy Ruiz makes sense next

You're right.

It's a great matchup, stylistically, and it would be a chance for one of them to get back into the main spotlight, especially via a KO win.

However, I don 't see team Ruiz chancing such a fight. It makes more sense for Andy to beat some mid-level guy, then hope for a shot at Fury, in the likely event that Fury loses to Wilder.
 
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Hkbrit

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I think Ruiz if he comes in anything like ok shape would just best the brakes off Ortiz. That old man would not hold up
 

Hkbrit

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That old man can still counterpunch. His is a style that ages well.

- And Ruiz has a short reach, and not very fast feet.
Ortiz doesn't have fast feet either, wilder let him look like he did because wilder was just chilling until the ko, power wise they are about even, Ruiz has 10* faster handspeed, better stamina and hadn't been bodied twice. If this ever came off (it won't) I'd take Ruiz to steamroll him, confidently. Ruiz really shit the bed in that AJ rematch, he's a much better fighter than that.
 
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Ortiz doesn't have fast feet either, wilder let him look like he did because wilder was just chilling until the ko, power wise they are about even, Ruiz has 10* faster handspeed, better stamina and hadn't been bodied twice. If this ever came off (it won't) I'd take Ruiz to steamroll him, confidently. Ruiz really shit the bed in that AJ rematch, he's a much better fighter than that.
I actually dont think Ruiz is that powerful Joshua was clearly off in the first fight, in the second fight he took clean punches and was fine