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Andy Ruiz plans to retire on a high and has picked opponents for farewell fights

After defeating Luis Ortiz by unanimous decision at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles at the beginning of September, Andy Ruiz has already mapped out the route to his boxing retirement.

The Mexican-American wants to go out with a bang, with mega fights against the best heavyweights around to cement his legacy.

At 33-years-old, the 'Destroyer' has time left to make three or four good level fights, if he focuses on work and training conscientiously.

Only that way does he reduce the risk of being made to look foolish.

The best example is in his two fights against Brit Anthony Joshua, where with good preparation he dethroned him.

However, in the title defense he relaxed and was defeated without offering resistance.

Mr. Andres Ruiz, Andy's father, revealed his son's plans to prepare for retirement, and wants to do so with fights against Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder and Oleksandr Usyk, in addition to completing the trilogy against Anthony Joshua.

"Andy has some good fights left. Fury, the trilogy with Joshua, Usyk, Wilder and retiring with those fights, that's what we want to do," said Andres Ruiz Sr. in an interview with 'Izquierdazo'.

Andy Ruiz wants to fight in Mexico before retirement

Andy Ruiz already had plans to make a put on a big event in Mexico, but he had to see to the commitment with 'King Kong' Ortiz in California.

However, after finalizing the fights against Fury, Wilder and Usyk, his dreams will turn to the Azteca Stadium.

"We want to do a fight in Mexico. Have one in the Plaza de Toros or in the Azteca Stadium, that right there is his retirement, I want to do it in the Azteca", said the father of the 'Destroyer', who is also his representative.

Ruiz's father insisted that his son agrees with the plans to do the big fights and say his final farewell in Mexico, and they even have Dillian Whyte penciled in as a potential opponent.

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