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Aj Vs Ruiz

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He rattled Joshua and he got in close. Scoring that round to Ruiz. Josh was rattled, but he didn't panic. He got away and got behind the jab again.

S crappy round, Ruiz hits AJ around the back of the head, and the ref has a word. AJ, riskily perhaps, looks to be a bit more rooted here, perhaps looking for the bigger shot.

Don't, man. Just keep moving at range with the jab. A J swings, Ruiz is quicker and Ruiz has cracked him across the face with a left hook.

That's how AJ loses this fight, for me. Going for the spectacular with a punch that travels just a leeeetle bit too slowly through the air.

Ruiz saw it and went bang. But AJ rallies well. And that is the only moment of the round really that you can score to Ruiz. Nice work from AJ again, reminiscent of his work as an amateur, classy and correct and sniping well with that lovely jab.

Chalk another one up to AJ. B ellew: "Ruiz is a fighter who does very important work in just a few spots. This round, five, AJ a bit more circumspect.

Did he get a bit carried away in the last one? Corner was telling him to chill. Ruiz's pace has dropped again, and this round is going to be AJ's again.

Especially as he drills Ruiz with a right late on. R uiz can hardly get near AJ at the moment, he is moving around him, and moving Ruiz around.

But Ruiz is having a better time of it now, he's cutting off the space, he is looking to get inside. Ruiz has not thrown much and he has not really done much - could that be a positive if it goes long?

AJ the one making all the running. Ruiz in his way is putting Joshua under pressure. Josh with a wild effort.

Ruiz slips it Ruiz has clipped him, and again, Joshua suddenly the one who looks rattled. Right at the end there, Ruiz got inside and got a couple away, Josh looked surprised rather than badly shaken.

But a warning A nother good round from AJ. He is keeping Ruiz at distance, the jab is working, Ruiz looking lumpen as he lurches forward and AJ can just tag him on the body.

Ruiz cannot force the pace, and he cannot get close enough really. Macklin: "this sort of approach AJ's requires a different sort of energy though because it is mentally tiring, it can be draining.

He has to keep it up and keep concentrating. R uiz comes out well, though. Double jab, snaps Joshua's head back. But Joshua lands a jab of his own and that has opened the cut again.

Everything going as AJ would have planned so far. Jab, jab from range, and now he has added a left hook into the mix.

Ruiz is in trouble, he has to come inside somehow, and he's clipped with a right form Josh as he comes in.

But there has been a clash of heads - and Joshua is cut too. Deffo another round for AJ though. Other than the clash of heads, this has gone more or less ideally so far.

R uiz on the front foot. Josh looks focused, strong, slim and godlike in his physicality. Joshua short steps, not dancing, looks like he has settled early in his work.

He has got Ruiz at range. And now he has cut Ruiz above the left eye! A strong right hand, the blood coming now. That was a great shot.

And Joshua doesn't lose his head and rush in behind it. Excellent round for Josh. A J leaves a shirt on to the last moment.

Ruiz stripped. And we are ready to go. He looks too nice to be a pugilist. He won't do in a few minutes time.

M acklin says "I think he looks nervous but I think that is good, maybe he wasn't nervous enough last time. H ere are our predictions.

R uiz strong with the counter punch, getting inside with the choppy shorter hooks if AJ loads up clumsily for the long bomb. Ruiz quick hands and longer reach than his appearance suggests, was able to back Josh across the ring.

A bad loss here and I don't know what he does to re-motivate himself and come back. The pressure is massively all on him.

I think Ruiz didn't expect to get the last fight, and I'm not saying that he didn't think he could win, because he has a lot of self-belief but H e also adds that Ruiz being even bigger than last time is "not a good sign for the Ruiz camp".

I just slipped backstage and there was a lot of nerves for both sides. We need YOU. Get behind our man and lets bring him back to Heathrow as the champion.

C anelo, Amir K there. Defies belief that is raining to be fair - it doesn't sound like anyone was expecting that. Hunter: "I thought I had done enough but I have to go back to the drawing board.

I would do it again for sure, I don't like to leave any stone unturned. G eorge Groves: "all the best work came from Hunter.

Carl Froch: "But in the last round Hunter was terrible and he might have thrown it away there. Although some female visitors have had to adapt to Saudi Arabia's restrictive protocols - not least a rule in Riyadh hotels limiting women to only one hour's use of the swimming pool each day - more draconian rules have been relaxed.

For example, there is no compulsion for Western women at the fight to wear the full-length abaya robe. T his has been another good contest, the undercard fights I have seen on this have been well matched and hotly contested.

Povetkin catches Hunter with a hard, short left hook that would do a mule no good at all, but I think we can add chin to Hunter's list of skills along with speed.

I think we will see him get a big fight sooner or later. Other than that, the round is a bit wild and wrestling-y, there's a time out when Hunter is hauled to the floor, the bell rings.

A ndy Clarke has got this to Hunter at the end of round nine. T his is a ding dong now! Hunter coming at his opponent hard and he is landing and landing.

A quick, dangerous looking customer with plenty of ability. But the veteran Russian has his say as well. Enjoyable contest this.

The Ring ranks Povetkin sixth in heavyweights and then Hunter at 21, could see him breaking through on this evidence, although at 31 he is not what you would call a youngster there looks a freshness about him.

One more hour, one more day mgt pic. S ix is not a good round for Hunter! Povetkin panels him with a left hook, rocking him back and he's cut.

C ommentator Adam Smith with some solid sports broadcaster stuff about "I ran into Joshua's manager Freddie Cunningham just now and he was very calm and focused.

Bellew: "yeah, that's all very well but I have never seen a manager nervous before the fight. They're not the ones about to get punched in the face.

T he Russian has settled. He seems more comfortable with the speed of Hunter now and this is a more even contest as we come into round four.

Andy's got five kids but they're all staying at home "this is the time for school," he says.

I like Andy. T he American comes out at a hundred miles an hour, and has the senior opponent in big trouble right away, tagging him early on and then hurling him to the canvas.

By the second round, Hunter has hurt Povetkin, one of the Russian's eyes looks to be closing. Hunter is on the small side for a heavyweight but he is fast, fast, fast.

I f you reckon you can pick the finishing round, and are of a betting persuasion, then step right this way. Gutsy effort from those two Whyte should improve for the run and it should be said that he didn't have a massive amount to prepare for that.

Not sure it necessarily elevates Dillian's claims, but a win is a win I have been through hell these last few months.

I came in at three weeks notice. I went from being a hero to being a nobody. Sorry I didn't get the knock out.

M at Macklin on Sky has it like for Dillian. About in rounds. But Wach is coming on stronger as the fight progresses, Whyte looks tired as he leans on the ropes and Wach whales on him.

But Whyte is strong and he is together. And he clips him with the left hook counter, good shot Dillian.

There is a minute left Whyte has hit him with an uppercut and the Pole is rocked Whyte comes forward, there are 20 seconds left and he is looking to close it in style Whyte wins that one as well and should be home and dry on the rounds scoring.

It has been a proper camp. I think they will have to change things, I would expect to see that. I expect the same result, this is what we worked for.

Joshua is a great fighter and has a great team but we are going in that ring to win. W hyte hits Wach low. The two men standing in the centre of the ring unleashing heavy shots but neither man landing the real sweet one.

Not sure about these tactics from Dillian, he was winning and controlling this earlier, not sure he wants to be trading at this late stage.

Both guys tired now. Whyte is digging in. Excellent finish to the round for Wach. Whyte lands a few combos, nothing too dramatic but all scoring and all keeping him ahead.

But Wach comes with a late run and lands a nice right overhand and then drills him with a left hook, Whyte is rocked by that, he was beaten to the punch and that landed straight on the chin.

Whyte staggered. But he gets back to the corner okay. T hat's a clearer round for Whyte. Ref does not see White boring his head in the opponent's head.

He should have enough for the W but it's not been a totally commanding display. Whyte will come good shortly Wack is brawler W ach has got Dillian in the corner and has banged him hard with a beefy right.

Still ahead on points as it stands. W ach again with an improvement, he's coming into this, he has landed a couple of decent body shots.

And now he has pinged Dillian Whyte! That was a good clean shot to the head, Dillian takes it okay and comes back at him. Wach's best round so far.

There is a little bit of extra pressure, I want to keep these belts. I am pretty sure he AJ will be better.

Of course I believe that my best beats his best, as a fighter we have to. Means a lot to me and for Mexico and for my family.

This is what we fight for, our children, our country, our loved ones. We expect the same result. We respect Joshua but we have a job to do.

Will Joshua gain the redemption he's seeked for over six months, or will Ruiz prove that the first fight wasn't a fluke? Joshua will have to make sure he stands up strong to Ruiz's pressure, uses his piston jab and takes control of the fight of his life.

For Ruiz? It's more of the same. The Mexican needs to do exactly what he did in the first bout. Express Sport scored it in favour of Hunter It's a draw.

Big effort from both but harsh on Hunter. Round Povetkin pushed in the final round, Hunter looked like he had a problem with his right leg, either he was hurt, or he picked up an injury - but he wasn't right.

He survived, though - and the fight shoulkd be his. Round Huge round for Hunter! He rocks Povetkin with a right hand and has the Russian stumbling before hurting him again!

Povetkin somehow manages to survive the round but it could all be over very soon. Round Big shots from Hunter in the 10th. He's accurate and hurtful in everything he does and Povetkin is waning big time.

The former world champ is being forced back and it's not looking good for the last two rounds. Inside fighting, outside fighting, Hunter controlling things well now.

Povetkin has been good in patches but it's not flowed for him tonight. He should have taken his chance in the fifth. Round 8: Solid eighth for Hunter, who's managing to stem the flow of action coming from Povetkin now.

The Russian seems to be slowing down a tad now. Those 40 years on the board catching up with him, perhaps.

Round 7: Probably Hunter just edging it here after the seven rounds of action but Povetkin has done so well to get back into this fight.

He's still throwing really meaningul, hurtful punches and he has Hunter backing up. Round 6: Hunter seems to have weathered that Povetkin storm from the fifth round.

Maybe that was the warning that Hunter needed - his opponent will always be there - even at 40 years old. Round 5: Povetkin lands a huge shot with throws Hunter into the ropes!

The Russian goes hunting for a knockout himself and suddenly he's the man in control after four good rounds for Hunter.

Round 4: More big shots from Hunter, who has shown he belongs in there in abundance since the beginning of the fight.

Povetkin seems a little shocked from the first round still. Round 3: More conservative work now from Hunter but he still looks like a really confident in there.

Beating Povetkin to the punch in almost every instance. Round 2: Hunter still Better from Povetkin but his opponent definitely had the better of that round as well.

Expect more fireworks to come. He wobbles Povetkin immediately and the Russian's legs go stuff. Hunter all over Povetkin so far.

Great first round for the American, who'll look to do the same in the second. I took this fight at late notice and came in overweight but I knew I could get through the rounds," says Whyte.

I thought about walking away from boxing. Good win for Whyte, he gets the points victory. Hopefully he can focus on his nest fight properly - without distractions.

Round Big left hook from Whyte in the final round - which has been the best of the night. Digging deep now is Whyte, who'll get the win on the cards.

Wach gave a good account of himself at the ripe old age of Round 9: Whyte opens up with a big shot below the belt and both fighters begin to trade in the middle of the round.

Some noticeable swelling on the right eye of Whyte. One more round to go. Best round of the fight for Wach, that one. Round 8: Another easy round for Whyte.

Cruising here and Wach is still trying to throw accurate punches but his stamina is letting him down. Into the final two rounds we go.

Round 7: Both fighters beginning to wane now. Suddenly that weight is taking its toll. Whyte tries a couple of big shots toward the end of the round but we head into the eighth.

Round 6: Whyte winning another round here. And his shots are starting to land really clean. Wach is a tough cookie, though, he keeps coming forward.

Mark Tibbs will be happy with this. Whyte still looking to impose himself, you sense he's looking for that patented left hook which took Derek Chisora out.

Round 4: Another round for Whyte. Remember he hasn't been in a ring for a fight since July 20 when he outpointed Oscar Rivas. Whyte doing a decent job here in Riyadh, though.

Round 3: Wach trying to evade some big bombs in there now. Both fighters not in the greatest condition but Whyte definitely on top here.

He'll be looking for a stoppage sooner rather than later. Round 2: Whyte doing more of the same but with more intent, some powerful shots to finish the round.

Wach looking a bit sorry for himself in there. Hopefully this catches light soon. Round 1: Whyte just jabbing his way into the fight.

Few ramrods to the body to kick things off. Wach not offering up much back. Good start for Whyte, who would love a win here. Whyte has also had to put up with troubles with UK-Anti Doping, who yesterday cleared him of any alleged doping in the lead-up to his fight with Rivas.

Still raining in Riyadh! There were rumours that the fight could be postponed if the rain wouldn't let up but Eddie Hearn has dispelled those rumours.

Kevin Iole, of Yahoo Sports, first reported the news but later apologised for the incorrect information. But plenty of fans with ponchos on.

Ruiz Jr had an umbrella held over his head as he walked into Diriyah Arena, while Joshua had the same treatment. Thunder and lightning has been forecast, but it's just rain at the moment.

We'll keep you all updated on any changes to the card tonight. The champ is here! I'd have to agree with that. Not sure he was really hurt there but Price gets the stoppage he was after.

Round 2: More of the same from Price in the second round. Nice and comfortable in there, cruising to victory so far.

Mohamed has nothing to offer. Round 1: The size differnce is massive here as Price knocks Swedi Mohamed's gumshield out. Price in his second professional bout here.

Good stoppage again. Fully deserved win for Hrgovic, who didn't stop from the very first bell. Another onslaught from Hrgovic, Molina goes down and the referee waves off the bout.

Round 2: Molina being bullied around the ring again here. Hrgovic so aggressive and full of intent.

Molina goes down again but troubles Hrgovic with a right hand of his own when he gets up! The Mexican takes a knee again, however, and that's the end of the round.

Molina goes down in the final moments of the round after an onslaught from Hrgovic but the referee doesn't score a knockdown. Some back-of-the-head shots from the Croat.

He lost to Deontay Wilder a few years back in the ninth round of their contest before Anthony Joshua stopped him in the third round in Hrgovic, a promising Croatian heavyweight, is a handful for anybody in the division - including Wilder and Joshua.

That was a good stoppage from Victor Loughlan. Little had no more to give and Majidov would've done some serious damage otherwise.

Majidov lands a right hand and floors Little but he gets up, takes more punishment and the referee stops it! Majidov with the better action, pressing forward but Little has been solid and thrown a few big punches himself.

Joshua weigh in at 16st 13lbs So while Joshua weigh in 10lbs lighter than he did in June, Ruiz weighed in at an enormous lbs, his heaviest weight since his second fight as a pro.

He is really an under-rated guy. His low centre of gravity works well against a big heavyweight and his hand speed is phenomenal. His style plays to Joshua's weaknesses.

I just think Joshua has lost weight. I feel he may have lost muscle and that can be detrimental. Ruiz Jr is super confident, he punches hard, he's got really fast hands, and I think he's going to back AJ up.

Joshua is slimmer now and lighter, but I'm not sure that is going to help him. I just see the same fight happening.

I think Ruiz Jr is going to get to him eventually, hurt him with a shot, and finish him. I'm going to go for a Joshua win, because it's his to lose.

Joshua got his tactics completely wrong in the first fight, let Ruiz Jr do what he does well. Ruiz Jr has got good hand speed.

He got dropped and then he threw caution to the wind and let his hands go, and that was enough for him. If he stops him, it's a bonus. This time, he's fully prepared for the fighter who's in front of him.

There's so many variables and questions that we don't know the answers to, which makes it hard to predict.

History says immediate rematches don't go well and I've just got a gut feeling it's going to be a repeat win for Ruiz Jr. Joshua came up against Whyte and Majidov in the amateurs - losing both, before going on to taste defeat against Ruiz as a pro six months ago.

AJ, however, has also beaten Whyte in the pro ranks, while he also holds wins over Povetkin and Molina. Joshua is expected to hit the ring as the challenger at around 8.

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Usyk has made the step up from cruiserweight and is the mandatory challenger for the WBO belt, which Joshua reclaimed from Ruiz in Saudi Arabia.

WBO mandatory challenger usykaa with in days.. Usyk was in attendance for Joshua vs Ruiz 2, along with a whole host of famous faces from the world of boxing.

Some boxing fans weren't impressed with Joshua's performance over Ruiz, criticising his cautious approach.

Fans took to Twitter to compare him to Floyd Mayweather, claiming he "ran" throughout the fight. Andy Ruiz blamed the performance and subsequent result on partying too much in between fights.

This man has responsible for the growth of British boxing. He won the title after 16 fights and he unified the belts after But he has come back.

Andy Ruiz didn't disgrace himself tonight - and the Mexican wants more of Joshua in the future, despite being outclassed tonight. I came in a bit heavy and if we do the third fight I am going to come in in the best shape.

I got boxed. But I want to do it again. Thank you to everyone in Saudi Arabia. Who wants to see the third trilogy fight?

Ruiz, you'll have seen, came in rather overweight for this fight - 15lbs heavier than he did for their first bout in New York.

Thanks to Ruiz and his family, thanks to Saudi, the fans and thanks to god and Eddie Hearn. Brilliant performance from Joshua. Wide cards, fantastic discipline from the Brit.

He also hits some big right hands for good measure. And it looks like we have a new world titleholder.

Ruiz came and tried with his relentless pressure. But we await some very wide scorecards now. Ruiz needs the knockout as we enter the 12th round.

If he can hang on then we have a two-time world heavyweight champion on our hands. Ruiz is, as always, dangerous. He did this against Joseph Parker, and now he's doing it to Ruiz.

Joshua looking light on his feet as well. Those 10lbs lost eh? Round 9: Better round for Joshua. The Olympic gold medalist is gaining confidence again but Ruiz remains a serious threat.

He keeps coming forward and AJ is finding it hard to clinch. Ruiz is slipping out every time. AJ looked a little miffed with an illegal shot there and then engages in a fire-fest with Ruiz, who windmills and hits Joshua on the back of the head.

Ruiz's best round. Round 7: Joshua lands some hard shots but refuses to engage in any fire fights.

Ruiz is getting frustrated in there, but Joshua will need to keep this up for the last five rounds. Another round for the former champion, who takes a couple low shots at the end of the round.

Round 5: AJ keeping things long and landing some stiff jabs, he then does the same with his right hand and wins another round.

He's boxing brilliantly here and that was a slower round for Ruiz, who is still in there. Round 4: More calmness from AJ, but the pressure is coming from Ruiz, who looks unfazed by anything that comes his way - Ruiz lands a nice shot at the end of the round.

Round 3: Relaxed round three from AJ, but Ruiz still the man pushing the action. This is what Joshua needs to continue to do, and if the big shot is there, take it.

Ruiz doesn't look phased, but Joshua looks calm. And now he's looking good in the second round too. Good work from Joshua, who will feel comfortable now that he's cut his Mexican rival.

But AJ is cut this time after a clash of heads! Early drama here in Riyadh. Joshua uses his jab nicely but it's Ruiz that's pressing, much like late on in the first fight.

Good boxing fro, AJ so far, though. More of that in the second round, please. Ruiz gets cut at the end of the round!

Great right hand from AJ! As bad as it was when I lost, it will be as great when I win. Hopefully we can make him do it again.

They should come at us with a different attitude tonight. We have to try and beat them to the punch.

We expect the same result. We respect Joshua but we have a job to do. Will Joshua gain the redemption he's seeked for over six months, or will Ruiz prove that the first fight wasn't a fluke?

Joshua will have to make sure he stands up strong to Ruiz's pressure, uses his piston jab and takes control of the fight of his life. For Ruiz?

It's more of the same. The Mexican needs to do exactly what he did in the first bout. Express Sport scored it in favour of Hunter It's a draw.

Big effort from both but harsh on Hunter. Round Povetkin pushed in the final round, Hunter looked like he had a problem with his right leg, either he was hurt, or he picked up an injury - but he wasn't right.

He survived, though - and the fight shoulkd be his. Round Huge round for Hunter! He rocks Povetkin with a right hand and has the Russian stumbling before hurting him again!

Povetkin somehow manages to survive the round but it could all be over very soon. Round Big shots from Hunter in the 10th.

He's accurate and hurtful in everything he does and Povetkin is waning big time. The former world champ is being forced back and it's not looking good for the last two rounds.

Inside fighting, outside fighting, Hunter controlling things well now. Povetkin has been good in patches but it's not flowed for him tonight.

He should have taken his chance in the fifth. Round 8: Solid eighth for Hunter, who's managing to stem the flow of action coming from Povetkin now.

The Russian seems to be slowing down a tad now. Those 40 years on the board catching up with him, perhaps. Round 7: Probably Hunter just edging it here after the seven rounds of action but Povetkin has done so well to get back into this fight.

He's still throwing really meaningul, hurtful punches and he has Hunter backing up. Round 6: Hunter seems to have weathered that Povetkin storm from the fifth round.

Maybe that was the warning that Hunter needed - his opponent will always be there - even at 40 years old.

Round 5: Povetkin lands a huge shot with throws Hunter into the ropes! The Russian goes hunting for a knockout himself and suddenly he's the man in control after four good rounds for Hunter.

Round 4: More big shots from Hunter, who has shown he belongs in there in abundance since the beginning of the fight.

Povetkin seems a little shocked from the first round still. Round 3: More conservative work now from Hunter but he still looks like a really confident in there.

Beating Povetkin to the punch in almost every instance. Round 2: Hunter still Better from Povetkin but his opponent definitely had the better of that round as well.

Expect more fireworks to come. He wobbles Povetkin immediately and the Russian's legs go stuff. Hunter all over Povetkin so far.

Great first round for the American, who'll look to do the same in the second. I took this fight at late notice and came in overweight but I knew I could get through the rounds," says Whyte.

I thought about walking away from boxing. Good win for Whyte, he gets the points victory. Hopefully he can focus on his nest fight properly - without distractions.

Round Big left hook from Whyte in the final round - which has been the best of the night. Digging deep now is Whyte, who'll get the win on the cards.

Wach gave a good account of himself at the ripe old age of Round 9: Whyte opens up with a big shot below the belt and both fighters begin to trade in the middle of the round.

Some noticeable swelling on the right eye of Whyte. One more round to go. Best round of the fight for Wach, that one. Round 8: Another easy round for Whyte.

Cruising here and Wach is still trying to throw accurate punches but his stamina is letting him down. Into the final two rounds we go.

Round 7: Both fighters beginning to wane now. Suddenly that weight is taking its toll. Whyte tries a couple of big shots toward the end of the round but we head into the eighth.

Round 6: Whyte winning another round here. And his shots are starting to land really clean. Wach is a tough cookie, though, he keeps coming forward.

Mark Tibbs will be happy with this. Whyte still looking to impose himself, you sense he's looking for that patented left hook which took Derek Chisora out.

Round 4: Another round for Whyte. Remember he hasn't been in a ring for a fight since July 20 when he outpointed Oscar Rivas. Whyte doing a decent job here in Riyadh, though.

Round 3: Wach trying to evade some big bombs in there now. Both fighters not in the greatest condition but Whyte definitely on top here.

He'll be looking for a stoppage sooner rather than later. Round 2: Whyte doing more of the same but with more intent, some powerful shots to finish the round.

Wach looking a bit sorry for himself in there. Hopefully this catches light soon. Round 1: Whyte just jabbing his way into the fight. But it does not matter what I think, what do the judges think?

We are about to find out A ndy needs to go for broke obviously. He needs to get a hold of AJ. He's swinging but not landing.

But AJ has landed one, Ruiz is bleeding again down the left side of the face. A minute left, what can Andy Ruiz Jr do? AJ still dancing and moving and jabbing every bit as sprightly and fit and smart as he was in round one.

Massively impressive. Ruiz tries everything. He's goading Anthony now with a "come to me, come here" type gesture. Bit late for that mate - and literally so!

That's the final bell and AJ surely, surely is going to regain those belts. I f it's gonna happen for Andy it needs to happen soon. AJ showing no signs of gassing.

Classy, classy effort this: discipline, a gameplan, incredible conditioning. Ruiz barrels forward and lands a couple of desperate body shots that don't really amount to anything.

AJ has not allowed Ruiz a chance to use his power and his speed. AJ skipping around like a colt. He is in some shape.

I f this goes the distance, AJ wins barring something freakish. Ruiz, clever and patient, still looking dangerous but this is AJ's to lose because I don't see how Andy gets past that jab.

This is like AJ's performance against Parker, controlled and clever. And against a quick, clever and committed opponent.

R uiz coming at AJ, who responds well, calmly, competently, sticking to the plan and sticking him at range. Now Josh clips Ruiz! Big shot, Ruiz just shakes his head.

Got a chin, the big Mexican lad. I reckon that's another one to AJ. R uiz has hit Josh on the top of the head, Joshua looks angry.

Ref stops them both to have a word. Ruiz, a wily campaigner, is looking to rattle Joshua. And it is working! Ruiz has landed a couple of body shots, and he is getting inside, this is good from Ruiz, he has hit him and hurt him.

Joshua is drawn into it! As the round ends, Ruiz has hit him hard in the face with a swinging left hook.

He rattled Joshua and he got in close. Scoring that round to Ruiz. Josh was rattled, but he didn't panic. He got away and got behind the jab again.

S crappy round, Ruiz hits AJ around the back of the head, and the ref has a word. AJ, riskily perhaps, looks to be a bit more rooted here, perhaps looking for the bigger shot.

Don't, man. Just keep moving at range with the jab. A J swings, Ruiz is quicker and Ruiz has cracked him across the face with a left hook.

That's how AJ loses this fight, for me. Going for the spectacular with a punch that travels just a leeeetle bit too slowly through the air.

Ruiz saw it and went bang. But AJ rallies well. And that is the only moment of the round really that you can score to Ruiz.

Nice work from AJ again, reminiscent of his work as an amateur, classy and correct and sniping well with that lovely jab. Chalk another one up to AJ.

B ellew: "Ruiz is a fighter who does very important work in just a few spots. This round, five, AJ a bit more circumspect.

Did he get a bit carried away in the last one? Corner was telling him to chill. Ruiz's pace has dropped again, and this round is going to be AJ's again.

Especially as he drills Ruiz with a right late on. R uiz can hardly get near AJ at the moment, he is moving around him, and moving Ruiz around.

But Ruiz is having a better time of it now, he's cutting off the space, he is looking to get inside. Ruiz has not thrown much and he has not really done much - could that be a positive if it goes long?

AJ the one making all the running. Ruiz in his way is putting Joshua under pressure. Josh with a wild effort. Ruiz slips it Ruiz has clipped him, and again, Joshua suddenly the one who looks rattled.

Right at the end there, Ruiz got inside and got a couple away, Josh looked surprised rather than badly shaken.

But a warning A nother good round from AJ. He is keeping Ruiz at distance, the jab is working, Ruiz looking lumpen as he lurches forward and AJ can just tag him on the body.

Ruiz cannot force the pace, and he cannot get close enough really. Macklin: "this sort of approach AJ's requires a different sort of energy though because it is mentally tiring, it can be draining.

He has to keep it up and keep concentrating. R uiz comes out well, though. Double jab, snaps Joshua's head back. But Joshua lands a jab of his own and that has opened the cut again.

Everything going as AJ would have planned so far. Jab, jab from range, and now he has added a left hook into the mix.

Ruiz is in trouble, he has to come inside somehow, and he's clipped with a right form Josh as he comes in.

But there has been a clash of heads - and Joshua is cut too. Deffo another round for AJ though. Other than the clash of heads, this has gone more or less ideally so far.

R uiz on the front foot. Josh looks focused, strong, slim and godlike in his physicality. Joshua short steps, not dancing, looks like he has settled early in his work.

He has got Ruiz at range. And now he has cut Ruiz above the left eye! A strong right hand, the blood coming now. That was a great shot. And Joshua doesn't lose his head and rush in behind it.

Excellent round for Josh. A J leaves a shirt on to the last moment. Ruiz stripped. And we are ready to go. He looks too nice to be a pugilist.

He won't do in a few minutes time. M acklin says "I think he looks nervous but I think that is good, maybe he wasn't nervous enough last time.

H ere are our predictions. R uiz strong with the counter punch, getting inside with the choppy shorter hooks if AJ loads up clumsily for the long bomb.

Ruiz quick hands and longer reach than his appearance suggests, was able to back Josh across the ring. A bad loss here and I don't know what he does to re-motivate himself and come back.

The pressure is massively all on him. I think Ruiz didn't expect to get the last fight, and I'm not saying that he didn't think he could win, because he has a lot of self-belief but H e also adds that Ruiz being even bigger than last time is "not a good sign for the Ruiz camp".

I just slipped backstage and there was a lot of nerves for both sides. We need YOU. Get behind our man and lets bring him back to Heathrow as the champion.

C anelo, Amir K there. Defies belief that is raining to be fair - it doesn't sound like anyone was expecting that.

Hunter: "I thought I had done enough but I have to go back to the drawing board. I would do it again for sure, I don't like to leave any stone unturned.

G eorge Groves: "all the best work came from Hunter. Carl Froch: "But in the last round Hunter was terrible and he might have thrown it away there.

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For example, there is no compulsion for Western women at the fight to wear the full-length abaya robe. T his has been another good contest, the undercard fights I have seen on this have been well matched and hotly contested.

Povetkin catches Hunter with a hard, short left hook that would do a mule no good at all, but I think we can add chin to Hunter's list of skills along with speed.

I think we will see him get a big fight sooner or later. Other than that, the round is a bit wild and wrestling-y, there's a time out when Hunter is hauled to the floor, the bell rings.

A ndy Clarke has got this to Hunter at the end of round nine. T his is a ding dong now! Hunter coming at his opponent hard and he is landing and landing.

A quick, dangerous looking customer with plenty of ability. But the veteran Russian has his say as well. Enjoyable contest this. The Ring ranks Povetkin sixth in heavyweights and then Hunter at 21, could see him breaking through on this evidence, although at 31 he is not what you would call a youngster there looks a freshness about him.

One more hour, one more day mgt pic. S ix is not a good round for Hunter! Povetkin panels him with a left hook, rocking him back and he's cut.

C ommentator Adam Smith with some solid sports broadcaster stuff about "I ran into Joshua's manager Freddie Cunningham just now and he was very calm and focused.

Bellew: "yeah, that's all very well but I have never seen a manager nervous before the fight. They're not the ones about to get punched in the face.

T he Russian has settled. He seems more comfortable with the speed of Hunter now and this is a more even contest as we come into round four.

Andy's got five kids but they're all staying at home "this is the time for school," he says. I like Andy. T he American comes out at a hundred miles an hour, and has the senior opponent in big trouble right away, tagging him early on and then hurling him to the canvas.

By the second round, Hunter has hurt Povetkin, one of the Russian's eyes looks to be closing. Hunter is on the small side for a heavyweight but he is fast, fast, fast.

I f you reckon you can pick the finishing round, and are of a betting persuasion, then step right this way.

Gutsy effort from those two Whyte should improve for the run and it should be said that he didn't have a massive amount to prepare for that.

Not sure it necessarily elevates Dillian's claims, but a win is a win I have been through hell these last few months. I came in at three weeks notice.

I went from being a hero to being a nobody. Sorry I didn't get the knock out. M at Macklin on Sky has it like for Dillian. About in rounds.

But Wach is coming on stronger as the fight progresses, Whyte looks tired as he leans on the ropes and Wach whales on him.

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