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It’s what’s inside you that matters

Andy Ruiz Jnr may not look like your typical world-class athlete, but Anthony Joshua is adamant that he won’t be overlooking him, writes Paul Wheeler


AHEAD of his US debut in New York this Saturday (June 1), Anthony Joshua sat down with the media at his Sheffield training base to discuss a variety of topics. His main rivals for heavyweight supremacy, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, were on the agenda, as was the man he is defending his WBA, IBF and WBO titles against at Madison Square Garden – Andy Ruiz Jnr.

How frustrated are you that you haven’t yet been able to secure fights with Deontay Wilder or Tyson Fury?

It’s not even about me anymore. It’s about the fans being starved of it. It was all about me and Wilder when he started calling me out two years ago. It was all about us – it was great profile-building. Wilder looked like a crazy man calling me out. Fury came back. But then nothing’s happened [with me]. So now the fans are the ones who are getting the rough end of the stick.

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