Andy Ruiz Jr. is a professional Mexican-American boxer. He was given the name Destroyer as a toddler because, as he recalled, “I was constantly destroying things.” In 2019, another former heavyweight champion will meet Anthony Joshua.
A Mexican heavyweight champion has emerged from the ring for the first time. He is ranked fourth by the International Boxing Rankings Board, sixth by BoxRec, and seventh by The Ring. Recently, he engaged in combat with Chris Arreola.
Andy Ruiz Jr Bio
11 September 1989 saw the birth of Andres Ponce Ruiz Jr.
His birthplace was Imperial, California. His parents were immigrants from Mexico. Ruiz is qualified to represent Mexico because he was born to Mexican parents in Mexico. His heritage is a mixture of Mexican and American.
He has a pale complexion. Grandpa paternal is Andres Ruiz Jr. His father, a former builder who specializes in property flipping, created the company.
Before ever engaging in a physical altercation, he was an avid baseball fan. Prior to becoming a professional, he worked in construction for his father’s enterprise.
Andy Ruiz Wife
The name of Andy Ruiz Jr.’s wife is Julie. Ruiz’s offspring are Richie, Andy, Beverley, and Bella (daughter). His extended family resides in Imperial, California. Julie is a creative and design director with over 15 years of experience in the film, music, and television industries. She has experience with branding, design, photography, and marketing.
Ruiz Boxing Record
Andy Ruiz Jr.’s record of 34-2 included no draws. After 34 bouts, he has a knockout percentage of 65%. Despite his two losses, he continues to be invincible. He has fought 175 times, with an average round count of 4.9.
On May 1, 2021, Andy Ruiz Jr. and Chris Arreola compete in Carson, California. His 12-round win was decided unanimously. Since then, 13 months had passed.
Ruiz Next Fight
Ruiz’s next fight entitled as Andy Ruiz JR vs Luis Ortiz that will happen on September 4, at Crypto.com Arena, LA, California.
Andy Ruiz Net worth
Andy Ruiz Jr. began boxing at the age of seven and did not suffer his first defeat until 2013.
On March 28, 2009, he started his first employment in Tijuana, Mexico.
Andy won the WBO Intercontinental heavyweight championship in July 2013.
Ruiz won the opening round against Vargas. Ruiz was compensated $500,000 for his performance.