ANDY RUIZ JR has shown off his explosive hand speed and trimmed figure as he trains for his return to the ring.
The former WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO world heavyweight champion hasn’t fought since last year.
Ruiz Jr is training for a return to the ring
The Mexican last fought in 2021 against Arreola
The Destroyer beat the veteran by unanimous decision
Ruiz Jr beat Chris Arreola by unanimous decision despite being dropped in the second round.
It was his debut fight under Canelo Alvarez‘s coach Eddy Reynoso.
And the Mexican, who shocked the world in 2019 when he handed Anthony Joshua his first professional career defeat, looks in good shape as he prepares for a return to the ring.
Ruiz Jr showed off his blistering hand speed in a training video.
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The 32-year-old’s head movement was also on point, following it up with a series of heavy punches.
Ruiz Jr will be keeping an eye on the April 23 all-British clash between WBC champ Tyson Fury and mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte.
The Destroyer says mandatory Whyte ‘deserves his shot’ at world title glory.
But Ruiz Jr says he’s hoping to take on the winner of that bout.
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He told EsNEWS: “I definitely want the winner of the fight. A lot of people wish it would have been Fury and me.
“But you know, I think that Whyte deserves his shot, so we are going to see what happens.
“I think it’s going to be a hell of a fight.”