Andy Ruiz Jr. Net Worth
Andy Ruiz Jr. net worth, salary and purse: Andy Ruiz Jr. is an American professional boxer who has a net worth of $10 million. Andy first rose to international fame in June 2019 when he upset the heavily favored Anthony Joshua. He earned $7 million from the upset. With the win he became the first boxer of Mexican heritage to be a world heavyweight champion.
Andy Ruiz Jr. was born in Imperial, California in September 199. He is a heavyweight who had a record of 105-5 as an amateur. Ruiz won his first fight against Miguel Ramirez in March 2009. In July 2013 he won the vacant WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title and brought his record to 20-0 against Joe Hanks. Andy Ruiz Jr. won the vacant NABF heavyweight title with a win over Tor Hamer in November 2013. In December 2016 he suffered his first loss to Joseph Parker to bring his record to 29-1. Andy Ruiz Jr. won the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles from Anthony Joshua in June 2019. This brought his record to 33-1 with 22 knockouts and 11 decisions. Soon after the win Andy Ruiz Jr. was ranked the world's best active heavyweight according to BoxRec.
Andy still lives in his hometown of Imperial, California. He is married and has give children. After defeating Joshua, Andy became a media star. He appeared on talks shows, threw out the first pitch at a Dodgers game, had a hometown parade and met with the President of Mexico.
Earnings: Prior to the first bought against Joshua, Andy's total boxing earnings topped $300,000. When he beat Anthony Joshua, his total income including Pay Per View and win bonus topped $7 million.
For the December 2019 re-match, Andy Ruiz Jr. will earn a guaranteed $9 million before Pay Per View, merchandise and endorsements. Anthony Joshua, still considered the main draw, was guaranteed $60 million for the re-match.
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