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Watch Andy Ruiz Jr train in ring as Anthony Joshua’s old rival proves he hasn’t lost his lightning-quick hand speed

ANDY RUIZ JR does not appear to have lost any of his lightning-quick hand speed in a video demonstrating his punching.

Anthony Joshua’s old foe, 31, returned to the ring in May with a victory over Chris Arreola.

Andy Ruiz Jr has shown off his blistering jab work as he looks for a new opponent

And the Mexican is now on the hunt for a new opponent.

Judging by his blistering jab work and technical speed, there may not be many takers.

Reports claim Ruiz Jr is hoping to next fight in September.

He’s said to have held talks with British heavyweight ace Dillian Whyte.

And Ruiz Jr is also thought to be exploring a bout with Luis Ortiz.

However, a trilogy fight with Joshua looks unlikely, with their last meeting occurring over two-and-a-half years ago.

AJ is taking on Oleksandr Usyk on September 25 at Tottenham’s new stadium.

And he will then look to finally collide with Tyson Fury in a heavyweight division unifier.

Another option for Ruiz Jr is Wilder, who will fight the Gypsy King in their own trilogy showdown on October 9.

However, Ruiz Jr’s former trainer believes the Mexican would get laid ‘flat on his back’ by Wilder.

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British star Dillian Whyte is back in the Ring Magazine’s top three heavyweight rankings list

Abel Sanchez told Fighthub: “He doesn’t want to fight Wilder.

“He’ll be flat on his back and will be hurt. Tyson Fury is a special talent. Andy Ruiz is not yet.

“Wilder can do the same thing [Chris] Arreola did [dropping Ruiz], but it would be ten times harder, and he’ll be sleeping.”

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