Andy Ruiz Jr in talks for October return in opposition to former champ Charles Martin… who’s skilled by his ex-coach
ANDY RUIZ JR is in talks to struggle former world champion Charles Martin – who’s skilled by his ex-coach Manny Robles.
Robles cornered Ruiz the night time the unlikely Mexican-American upset Anthony Joshua in June 2019.
Manny Robles, left, pictured subsequent to Andy Ruiz JrCredit: Reuters
Charles Martin, sat down within the center, is skilled by Manny Robles
However six months on and the underdog champion ballooned as much as 20STONE and appeared to lose all management and self-discipline.
Ruiz, 31, was then crushed by Joshua, additionally 31, of their Saudi Arabia rematch and fired Robles afterwards.
He has since linked up with Canelo Alvarez’s esteemed coach Eddy Reynoso and beat Chris Arreola, 40, in his comeback struggle in Could.
Now, Ruiz may doubtlessly face Martin, 35, in his second bout since shifting camps, ESPN report.
The American is mostly identified for shedding in opposition to Joshua in 2015, twice being floored and failing to beat the rely the second time.
Since then, he has gained 5 of his final six, shedding solely to Polish prospect Adam Kownacki, 32, in 2018.
Martin has since risen the heavyweight ranks however most apparently, he’s skilled by Robles, the person Ruiz dumped.
The coach has since spoke out in opposition to his former pupil and the dearth of focus proven after profitable the heavyweight titles.
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Robles informed MyBettingSites:”After that I don’t know what occurred, he’s appearing like he gained the rattling struggle.
“I did the most effective I may below the circumstances, I confirmed up on a regular basis. I made a decision to take the camp to Mexico to get him away from his new associates.
“I by no means noticed these guys earlier than he gained the title, I by no means noticed them, by no means knew who they have been.”
Watch Andy Ruiz Jr practice in ring as Anthony Joshua’s outdated rival proves he hasn’t misplaced his lightning-quick hand velocity