Andy Ruiz Jr wants a third fight against Anthony Joshua

The Mexican-American made it clear in a post match reaction that he will love to have another crack at the British after the hotly contested battle he had with him in Saudi Arabia this weekend.

In response Joshua says without a doubt he would do it again.

The victory saw the British fighter reclaim the IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO belts he lost to his Mexican-American opponent in New York in June.

The 30 year old master plan in the game worked out brilliantly for him as he was at the end of the day declared winner by the judges with a score of 118-110, 118-110 and 119-109 which was welcomed with joy and pump in the 16,000 Diriyah Arena on the outskirts of the capital Riyadh, which was constructed in just two months for the event.

The 2 times heavy champion of the world took inspiration from his last defeat in June against the same opponent and came in with a lot of respect for his rival while thanking his adversary as well as his fans not leaving out the almighty and his team for the support given him ahead of this million dollar clash.

On the question on him retiring anytime soon, he said he is not ready to retire from this great sports now insisting that he loves the game so much to walk away now.

John Paul Sama