Anthony Joshua who is preparing for his rematch against Andy Ruiz was asked to pick who he thinks will be champion in the ring between these two world-class strikers.
Former champion Joshua was unshaven with longer hair and looked noticeably slimmer during Tuesday's public workout in Saudi Arabia, as the intensity of the week continues to build towards the world heavyweight title rematch.
We will see a faster and better-balanced AJ.
Joshua showed a much leaner, more athletic, physique as he experienced the movements beforehand, but Ruiz Jr.is not discouraged by his opponent's change of approach.
"But I've been using the gym and training through this time as a distraction, so I'm good and ready".
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"I am simply seeking to get in there and do what I do". Ruiz is 7/4 to inflict a second defeat on Joshua that would cast serious doubts on the Briton's future at the very top of the heavyweight division.
"It's been about being confident, about knowing my capabilities", Joshua said. I feel at home you know. "And we'll undoubtedly inquire each masses of a third time". The only reason to come in light is, I believe, to stick and move.
Joshua also says that he still maintains that the punch by Ruiz that got him in the last fight was a punch sent by the gods.
Whyte, whose sole defeat in the professional ranks was to Anthony Joshua in 2015, is eager to climb through the ropes again and put his troubles behind him after nearly turning his back on the sport. "The pressure isn't on me because I followed my dream, made my dreams come true", Ruiz said in Riyadh.
"I don't think it'll matter, I'll weigh the same I did on June 1", Ruiz Jr told Sky Sports.
"I'm telling you, from a fighter's point of view, when you're knocking a guy down like that multiple times, you know what to expect and know what to do the second time".