Boxen: Anthony Joshua und Andy Ruiz Jr. steigen in den Ring. Wir verraten Euch, wie Ihr den Fight live im TV und LIVE-STREAM sehen könnt. Anthony Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz: Die Übertragung im TV und Livestream. In Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz benötigt Ihr ein. Nach dem Kampf gegen den Mexikaner Andy Ruiz jr. ist der Brite Anthony Joshua wieder Weltmeister der wichtigsten Boxverbände. Doch zu.
Anthony Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz jr.: Die besten Bilder des WM-KampfesAnthony Joshua wurde sensationell entthront: Der krasse Außenseiter Andy Ruiz jr. gewann durch technischen K.o. fous-de-forums.com mit den besten Bildern des. Anthony Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz: Die Übertragung im TV und Livestream. In Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz benötigt Ihr ein. Es war eine der größten Sensationen der jüngeren Box-Geschichte: Außenseiter Andy Ruiz jr. besiegte Anthony Joshua durch technischen K.o. in der siebten.
Anthony Joshua Vs Andy Ruiz Navigation menu VideoAnthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz Jr. 2 Full Fight HD Rematch Joshua zeigt durchaus Wirkung, doch das Rundenende rettet ihn erst einmal. Arminia Bielefeld. So viel Zeit bleibt Andy Ruiz nicht mehr. Bis dahin war der Brite ungeschlagen, beendet die Karriere von Wladimir Klitschko und hielt die drei WM-Titel seither ununterbrochen — bis eben Ja Ok 1. Anthony Joshua is back on top in the heavyweight division. On Saturday in Saudi Arabia, Joshua put on a boxing clinic against Andy Ruiz and regained the WBA, IBF and WBO titles he lost back in. ANTHONY JOSHUA revealed he would love to fight Andy Ruiz Jr again - because he wants to knock him out. Joshua suffered a catastrophic first ever defeat in June as he was dropped four times. (CNN) Anthony Joshua reclaimed the WBO, IBF and WBA heavyweight titles from Mexican-American Andy Ruiz Jr. in Saudi Arabia's "Clash on the Dunes" on Saturday night. Britain's Joshua won a unanimous. Andy Ruiz Jr. figured to be an easy victory for world heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua in his American debut back in June. Instead, Ruiz pulled off one of the greatest upsets in modern boxing. Anthony Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz Jr. was a heavyweight professional boxing match contested between undefeated and unified WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO champion Anthony Joshua, and former world title challenger Andy Ruiz Jr.. The bout took place on June 1, at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York. Joshua was originally scheduled to face undefeated WBA No. 2 and WBO No. 3 ranked heavyweight Jarrell Miller, who was replaced by Ruiz Jr. after Miller failed three drug tests. He was replaced by.
Joshua stuck to his back-foot game plan to pick off a clear twice , verdict in a bout that boasted little of the five-knockdown drama which saw him lose to Ruiz in June.
In a bout which had been threatened with delay by a rare desert rain-storm moments before they took to the ring, the champion banked almost entirely on landing another big left money-shot.
Second time round, a more composed and disciplined Joshua for the most part resisted the urge to join Ruiz in battle, and there was no doubt as to the clear winner once the bell ended the final round.
Confirmation of Joshua's win was greeted with roars of approval from a capacity 16, crowd in the purpose-built venue in the ancient Saudi capital, which was hosting a major title fight for the first time.
Speaking in the ring, Joshua said: "This is about bossing. I'm used to knocking guys out and the last time I realised, hang on a minute, I hurt the man and I got caught coming in, and there were no excuses.
I'm hungry and humble in defeat and I want to remain hungry in victory. As if the bout needed any additional hype, opinion had been split over its outcome, with many believing Ruiz simply had to land another of his crude left hands to take the titles back home to the US-Mexican border.
And, while the atmosphere could not match those summoned in British football stadiums, there was certainly a liveliness amongst a local audience that eclipsed the routine atmosphere of most Las Vegas casinos.
Joshua rewarded them with a performance which seldom deviated from the script as he skated out of trouble against a much heavier opponent whose extra luggage clearly minimised his chances of retaining his title.
But men were cut around their left eyes in the first two rounds and it took until the fourth round for the bout to burst into life with an exchange on the bell which served as a timely reminder of the danger posed by the champion.
Racking up the rounds on the scorecards, Joshua nevertheless showed an occasional propensity to switch off, allowing Ruiz rare and tantalising glimpses of a repeat success.
Just before the close of round three, Ruiz again managed to fell a clearly disoriented Joshua after forcing him into a corner and unleashing a series of power punches.
As he got up, Joshua took the mandatory eight count before raising his gloves, indicating to the referee that he was physically able to continue.
Round three ended with both fighters advancing toward one another momentarily before they were interrupted by the bell signalling the end of the round.
Rounds four, five, and six consisted of minor exchanges between Ruiz and Joshua, with both fighters seeking a mid-round rally to boost their points on the scorecards.
With two minutes and twenty seven seconds remaining in round seven, Ruiz knocked over Joshua once again with a short sequence of heavy blows.
In spite of this, Joshua managed to get back on his feet once again, and was able to engage Ruiz briefly before being floored for a fourth and final time, with one minute and fifty nine seconds left in the round.
Almost immediately after dropping to the canvas, Joshua spat out his mouthpiece before rising, turned away from the referee, and walked somewhat unsteadily back to his corner.
Joshua then faced the referee, arms resting on the ropes, and began talking to him. The referee subsequently awarded Ruiz a round seven TKO victory, making him the first Mexican-American and second Hispanic heavyweight champion in boxing history.
At the time the bout was stopped, Ruiz was ahead on two of the judges scorecards by , while the third had Joshua winning by A massive underdog entering the fight, many regarded Ruiz as nothing more than a replacement who stood little-to-no chance against the heavily favored Joshua.
But the better man won. Respect to Andy. Now I move forward. With Ruiz coming in as a underdog,  the fight has been described as one of the biggest upsets in boxing history.
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June 2, Retrieved June 3, Retrieved Sky Sports. Joshua R2: Ruiz continued to stalk forwards and landed a solid jab to Joshua's temple to open a cut of his own.
The Brit fired back to get the blood flowing from his oppenent's eye again and shaded another round to continue a solid start.
R3: Another good round for AJ as he landed a nice left to the body. He's fighting with discipline and patience and building a lead.
R4: The action ignites in the fourth as firstly Joshua, building in confidence, began to take a few more risks.
But it cost him late in the round as Ruiz landed the kind of chopping overhand right that did the damage in the first fight and appeared to rock the challenger.
R5: Good response from Joshua to the fourth round scare. Further tests await but he's boxing well and as long as he doesn't overcommit the path to victory appears clear.
R6: Joshua again lands the best punch of the round with a short left hook that snaps Ruiz's head. We're approaching the point where the champion will need a finish to retain his belts, but he remains patient knowing he can finish the fight at any moment with the right punch.
R7: Signs of frustration for the champ as he's warned by the referee for a rabbit punch. He hasn't been hurt yet, but Joshua continues to land the better punches and build up rounds.
R8: Here we go! Ruiz shows he's not handing over these belts without a fight as the eighth round gets messy. The American lands several solid shots, including a left hook, to pull Joshua away from his gameplan and begin the comeback.
R9: And order is restored. Ruiz doesn't bring the same urgency he had in round eight and AJ gets back to business, sticking and moving to shade the round.
R It's officially crisis time for the champ. Ruiz has to let his hands go if he's going to pull this out of the bag.
Joshua doesn't need to take risks. R You could argue Ruiz edged that round but he didn't do anywhere near the type of damage needed to give himself a chance.
R AJ is back. He punctuates his boxing redemption with a solid right hand to reopen the cut above Ruiz's eye before avoiding trouble the rest of the way to surely claim a clear points win.
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.12/7/ · Anthony Joshua reclaimed the WBO, IBF and WBA heavyweight titles from Mexican-American Andy Ruiz Jr. in Saudi Arabia's "Clash on the Dunes" on Saturday night. 12/8/ · Andy Ruiz vs Anthony Joshua – WBA, WBO, IBO heavyweight championship. Diego Pacheco defeated Selemani Seidi via KO – R1. Alexander Povetkin drew with Michael Hunter ( ). 12/9/ · Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz 2 LIVE. Anthony Joshua won back his WBA, WBO, IBF, IBO world heavyweight titles; Andy Ruiz Jr shocked world with 7th-round TKO win back in JuneAuthor: Matt Penn.