By Miguel Rivera
Andy Ruiz, IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO heavyweight champion, doubts that a rematch with Anthony Joshua is ongoing, Eddie Hearn, who announced on Monday at a press conference that both sides signed a contract for the rematch on December 7 in Saudi Arabia.
Ruiz shocked the world in June when he stopped Joshua in seven rounds to capture the unitary crown. He dropped Joshua four times in front of a stunned crowd at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Before the first competition, both sides signed a contract with agreed conditions for the rematch.
According to Hearn, the terms of this treaty give Joshua the power to choose the location of the second fight.
Ruiz holds his view that he has never agreed to anything and at the moment he refuses to go to Saudi Arabia.
"I have not signed anything yet, we want you to fight there (in Saudi Arabia), but we have to see where (it takes place) and we will negotiate that with my team and I would like to return to New York I'll give him a chance to beat me, and if he wants the belts, he'll have to do that there, "Ruiz told ESPN Deportes.
Hearn has already mentioned the possibility of a lawsuit if Ruiz does not abide by the terms of the rematch agreement.
Ruiz expects Joshua to use his feet in the rematch to move around the ring to create aloof distance for long strikes and combinations ̵