Anthony Joshua Rise In Power As He Defeats Andy Ruiz Jr.

DIRIYAH, SAUDI ARABIA - DECEMBER 07: Anthony Joshua (r) punches Andy Ruiz Jr during the IBF, WBA, WBO & IBO World Heavyweight Title Fight between Andy Ruiz Jr and Anthony Joshua during the Matchroom Boxing 'Clash on the Dunes' show at the Diriyah Season on December 07, 2019 in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

The rematch between the Englishman Vs the American is all that the expecting audience envisioned and even more, most especially with the final outcome of the match.

From the beginning of the match the probable end was obvious, a two-sided analysis of the rematch was clear, one was prepared, having analysed his mistakes and weak spots from the original match, the Anthony Joshua was prepared and had been preparing from the moment go after the defeat, his opponent on his own seemed to have sunk into the glorious bliss of being a winner and spent his time partying has he regrettably admitted after the defeat that he had been unprepared, evidence was seen in the new belly he sported and the eventual result was clear. 

From the first round the stakes were high, Anthony with his chin down and mind prepared seemed to have come with a stronger determination to win as he is seen cutting Ruiz with a whipping right hand. 

The second round looks foggy and doubtful for Joshua as it seems that Ruiz was gaining the upper hand with his calculated and lucky hit against Joshua who got nicked by the left eye but this didn’t stop him from continuing his determined mission. 

The third round is a close call for Joshua as his fans feared that he would be done once again, but Ruiz being out of shape just wasn’t helping his campaign to maintain his title and keep the game rolling. Criticisms against Anthony Joshua’s performance in the ring was being raised but that didn’t stop the fighter.

Round four looks even more promising for Ruiz as he seems to have gotten a hold of Joshua for good but still the determination in Joshua is beyond that as he seems to be expecting a good fight and a good rematch but apparently Ruiz isn’t living up to that. Joshua spearing with the left, harpooning with the right, steering left hooks around the corner and grabbing his opponent seemed to spell out his drive and mission. 

Just as from the beginning, the result was set, it was a rematch long-awaited, a title salvage and above all a new version of Anthony surfaced, more focused, more determined and obviously more prepared. It was a great match.