Ruiz Jr vs Joshua II: Anthony Joshua says ‘stopping isn’t in my DNA’ as he faces off with Andy Ruiz Jr in New York

Anthony Joshua warned”I have a second opportunity” as he went to face with Andy Ruiz Jr at a media conference in New York.
Where Ruiz Jr shocked Joshua earlier this year, before their rematch on December 7 in Saudi Arabia, live on Sky Sports Box Office, the rivals matched from town.
IBF, WBA and WBO title-holder Ruiz Jr, wearing a sombrero, only broke from an extreme face-off when he discovered calls of”let us go champ” from the onlooking Shannon Briggs, the former heavyweight champion from New York.
Joshua previously explained:”In my brief 11-year profession, by the amateurs to the experts, I’ve seen a lot. I wouldn’t say I have seen it all, but I’ve definitely noticed a lot.
“There were instances when I faced defeat as a amateur. My third fight. Picture I stopped then, there would be. I lost in the European Championship quarter-finals. Envision I stopped then, there could be.
“I lost in the World Championship finals. Envision I ceased there would be. Stopping is not within my DNA. I will keep fighting the passion of boxing and fighting. That’s the place I belong.
“I was born with a fighting spirit. I understand how to combat.
“People say,’you misplaced your titles’. I say,’to eliminate something is not to get it back’.
“I have another chance on December 7. I used ton’t have a warm-up struggle, I’m not gun-shy.
“Shannon Briggs talks about the times he was out and down, and no one believed .
“That’s where’let us move champ’ comes in my life at this time.”
Joshua subsequently called on Briggs to yell his catchphrase and then he responded with a loudly:”Let us go champ!”
Ruiz Jr mentioned in New York:”This is really where I became the first Mexican heavyweight champion of the world.
“However, I know Joshua needs his straps back. I know how it feels to lose I lost to Joseph Parker when I thought I had won. Joshua can bounce straight back . My job isn’t to let him get back the straps.
“I’ve had doubters my entire life, telling me I would do nothing because of my look. Only because of the way I looked.
“Individuals can now say,’if he did it, I could do it’.”
Promoter Eddie Hearn included:”This is a gorgeous, savage sport and every fighter deserves admiration but these two are excellent role models and excellent ambassadors. This might be the heavyweight occasion of our generation.”
Joshua and Ruiz Jr fulfilled on the first leg of a three-day media tour. They reconvene in London on Friday.

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