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The former world champ is being forced back and it's not looking good for the last two rounds. Inside fighting, outside fighting, Hunter controlling things well now.
Povetkin has been good in patches but it's not flowed for him tonight. He should have taken his chance in the fifth. Round 8: Solid eighth for Hunter, who's managing to stem the flow of action coming from Povetkin now.
The Russian seems to be slowing down a tad now. Those 40 years on the board catching up with him, perhaps.
Round 7: Probably Hunter just edging it here after the seven rounds of action but Povetkin has done so well to get back into this fight. He's still throwing really meaningul, hurtful punches and he has Hunter backing up.
Round 6: Hunter seems to have weathered that Povetkin storm from the fifth round. Maybe that was the warning that Hunter needed - his opponent will always be there - even at 40 years old.
Round 5: Povetkin lands a huge shot with throws Hunter into the ropes! The Russian goes hunting for a knockout himself and suddenly he's the man in control after four good rounds for Hunter.
Round 4: More big shots from Hunter, who has shown he belongs in there in abundance since the beginning of the fight. Povetkin seems a little shocked from the first round still.
Round 3: More conservative work now from Hunter but he still looks like a really confident in there.
Beating Povetkin to the punch in almost every instance. Round 2: Hunter still Better from Povetkin but his opponent definitely had the better of that round as well.
Expect more fireworks to come. He wobbles Povetkin immediately and the Russian's legs go stuff. Hunter all over Povetkin so far.
Great first round for the American, who'll look to do the same in the second. I took this fight at late notice and came in overweight but I knew I could get through the rounds," says Whyte.
I thought about walking away from boxing. Good win for Whyte, he gets the points victory. Hopefully he can focus on his nest fight properly - without distractions.
Round Big left hook from Whyte in the final round - which has been the best of the night. Digging deep now is Whyte, who'll get the win on the cards.
Wach gave a good account of himself at the ripe old age of Round 9: Whyte opens up with a big shot below the belt and both fighters begin to trade in the middle of the round.
Some noticeable swelling on the right eye of Whyte. One more round to go. Best round of the fight for Wach, that one. Round 8: Another easy round for Whyte.
Cruising here and Wach is still trying to throw accurate punches but his stamina is letting him down. Into the final two rounds we go.
Round 7: Both fighters beginning to wane now. Suddenly that weight is taking its toll. Whyte tries a couple of big shots toward the end of the round but we head into the eighth.
Round 6: Whyte winning another round here. And his shots are starting to land really clean. Wach is a tough cookie, though, he keeps coming forward.
Mark Tibbs will be happy with this. Whyte still looking to impose himself, you sense he's looking for that patented left hook which took Derek Chisora out.
Round 4: Another round for Whyte. Remember he hasn't been in a ring for a fight since July 20 when he outpointed Oscar Rivas. Whyte doing a decent job here in Riyadh, though.
Round 3: Wach trying to evade some big bombs in there now. Both fighters not in the greatest condition but Whyte definitely on top here.
He'll be looking for a stoppage sooner rather than later. Arena Sport. Croatia . TVPlay Sports . Eleven Sports .
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Viaplay . Panama . Poland . Romania . Russia . Mike Tyson : " Andy came the other day, we talked. I looked at Joshua and I seen that he didn't want to be in the ring on the night.
He was looking away he had other things on his mind. From round one I could see what was going to happen.
I looked at Joshua and he didn't have no water, no sweat on him and I thought this guys is going to get knocked out.
Although, second time round, I feel Ruiz will have a confidence knowing he has the power to hurt Joshua.
I'm going for Joshua points win. If AJ can make adjustments, rela adjustments, he can beat Andy but if he don't make to his entire style he won't beat Andy again because Andy Ruiz is a really good fighter who is one the only heavyweights that throws multipole punch combinations.
Andy Ruiz can throw 5 and 6 punch combinations as a heavyweight with good velocity and good power. Andy is not just a guy who luckily uset Joshua.
Fight Quotes Fight Quotes. He was getting outboxed, he was getting outfought and then he got knocked down three times, two to boot.
He's a good fighter. But the way he lost? For me, he quit. This man went straight to his corner. You're not supposed to do this.
This is not a time-out. And the ref told him, "This ain't no time-out. But I told them he's not effective at that weight. I said this guy is one of the best fighters in the world when he's heavy.
I've never seen him hurt by a body shot or headshot. He won the title fat Joshua pops another jab and steps over again. Ruiz tries to club Joshua while Joshua was holding at the waist.
Round 7: Joshua comes out on the move as he looks for an opening. Ruiz tries to pick up his momentum by walking forward a bit faster but he walks into a check hook from Joshua.
Ruiz tries a quick combination once he gets in close but takes a right hand from Joshua in return. Joshua lands another shot as the fighters trade and Joshua grins.
Joshua bounces around and then jumps in to deliberately clinch, getting a warning from the referee. Round 8: Ruiz leads with a jab that falls a little short.
Now Joshua measures with a jab and then stabs the body with a right hand before immediately clinching. Joshua pops a jab upstairs and lands.
Right hook from Joshua just misses as Ruiz gets under it. Ruiz lands a right hand to the body but misses on a second. Both fighters get warned for punching during a break.
Joshua lands a jab upstairs and Ruiz lands a counter right hand upstairs but Joshua takes the punch well. Joshua remembers to get back on the move and starts bouncing around again as Ruiz misses on a left hook.
Ruiz lands a couple of shots that knock Joshua back! Ruiz is getting more of the action he wants now! Round 9: Ruiz misses on a jab to the body.
Lead left hook from Joshua gets blocked. Now Ruiz lands a shot upstairs and Joshua holds. Joshua lands a jab after the break and steps back and to the side.
Joshua bouncing on the outside of the ring and lands another clean jab before moving again. We're approaching the point where the champion will need a finish to retain his belts, but he remains patient knowing he can finish the fight at any moment with the right punch.
R7: Signs of frustration for the champ as he's warned by the referee for a rabbit punch. He hasn't been hurt yet, but Joshua continues to land the better punches and build up rounds.
R8: Here we go! Ruiz shows he's not handing over these belts without a fight as the eighth round gets messy. The American lands several solid shots, including a left hook, to pull Joshua away from his gameplan and begin the comeback.
R9: And order is restored. Ruiz doesn't bring the same urgency he had in round eight and AJ gets back to business, sticking and moving to shade the round.
R It's officially crisis time for the champ. Ruiz has to let his hands go if he's going to pull this out of the bag.
Joshua doesn't need to take risks. R You could argue Ruiz edged that round but he didn't do anywhere near the type of damage needed to give himself a chance.
R AJ is back. He punctuates his boxing redemption with a solid right hand to reopen the cut above Ruiz's eye before avoiding trouble the rest of the way to surely claim a clear points win.
Highly-rated super middleweight Diego Pacheco made the most of being handed the last fight on the undercard with a first round KO of Selemani Saidi.
The year-old moved to with a monster right hand that left Saidi prone on the canvas for an extended period. It was a clear mismatch as Saidi fell to but Pacheco and his promoters got what they wanted with a finish that will mean people remember his name.
Diego Pacheco has a big future ahead of him. In an apparent homage to the Saudi government, Eddie Hearn committed a human rights violation by putting together that Pacheco-Saidi atrocity.