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Andy Ruiz Jr training camp questioned as ‘too comfortable’

Andy Ruiz Jr. faced questions of being too comfortable in training as the former world champion continued preparations.

Looking in far better shape than previously and working with a new training and conditioning coach, Ruiz is going through camp in his gym.

Surrounded by his family, Ruiz is getting ready for a Pay Per View battle with Luis Ortiz.

Upon allowing ES News into his gym to watch him prepare, the video got posted on the YouTube channel.

After seeing his young son walk around the punching bag as Ruiz worked out, one commenter had doubts.

“Andy got his son in camp, then said we’ll go to the movies afterward. I hope he’s focused,” they stated.

It does be some questions from concerned individuals. However, Ruiz is not the only fighter to train in a home environment.

Plenty of boxers do similar when claiming that big paycheck for their most significant victories. When Ruiz stunned Anthony Joshua in 2019, his life changed forever.

Winning three versions of the heavyweight crown, “The Destroyer” got another massive payday for the rematch.

Since then, he’s only fought once, and his commitment has been questioned. That may be the sole reason for the comments.

Ruiz looks focused and in shape and has his eyes on a world title in the future.

Andy Ruiz Jr. methods

Andy revealed some of his new methods: “After this, we have to do another workout. We always do strength and conditioning afterward.

“Easy day today, a warm-up. Hard day tomorrow with sparring,” he added.

Ortiz will be no pushover despite the fact he seems to have been around forever. In both defeats to Deontay Wilder, the Cuban was competitive and on top of the contests before a knockout.

Nonetheless, Ruiz is fancied to do the job and set up a potential battle with Wilder in the next six months.

Dependent on what happens with the title in possession of Tyson Fury, a future Ruiz vs. Wilder fight could be for the vacant WBC strap.

For now, Ruiz is focused on getting in shape.

The views expressed in this article are the opinions of Phil Jay.

WBN Editor Phil has over ten years of boxing news experience. Follow WBN on Facebook @officialworldboxingnews and Twitter @worldboxingnews.