Boxing: Andy Ruiz back to training after Canelo’s comments

aafter the Saul “Canelo” Alvarez called out Andy Ruiz a few days ago, the former heavyweight champion of the world returned to training and made himself available to Eddy Reynoso† Who received him in the best way and immediately put him to train hard to make up for the days he was absent.

The former champion posted two videos on his Instagram account where he is seen training at the top of the ring, launching a flurry of combinations which are more than powerful.

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in the video, Andy Ruiz is shown performing several shots at incredible speed and where coach Alfredo Osunawho also collaborates in his preparation, throws some straight shots at him to test his defensive response.

Could it be that Andy Ruiz put aside distractions and has made it his goal to show Canelo Álvarez that he is worthy of belonging to the Canelo Team?

When will Andy Ruiz return to the ring?

It is still unknown when the former heavyweight champion will return to the ring. The last time he did was in May 2021, when he faced and defeated Chris Arreola by unanimous decision at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.

A few weeks ago, the Mexican champion Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez pointed out that Andy Ruiz was no longer going to train and he did not know why. “You could ask Oscar Valdez and Frank Sanchez. I don’t know what happened to Andy Ruiz, it’s the same (as Ryan Garcia). It came one day and then it doesn’t come anymore,” said Canelo to ESPN

However, rumors were that Eddy doesn’t pay attention to the rest of the boxers other than Canelo, which may have caused him and other to be inconsistent on their training.

“Eddy has time for all fighters, you can ask everyone. If you take the time to be in the gym and train properly with discipline, Eddy will always be there. If you come and train for 20 minutes, you won’t come for four days or arrive after the time you agreed to… You must be disciplined,” Alvarez said.

It seems that those words may have resonated with Ruiz as he currently trains in “beast mode”, looking smarter, faster and better than ever.

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