Andy Ruiz's Net Worth: Andy Ruiz's Net Worth After Rematch

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Andy Ruiz’s Net Worth: Andy Ruiz’s Net Worth After Rematch!

Jeremy Caroll

Andy Ruiz Jr.’s net worth is estimated to be $10 million as of September 2022. Andy Ruiz Jr. is a professional Mexican-American boxer from Imperial, California.

In June 2019, he defeated Anthony Joshua to win the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles. Ruiz became the first boxer of Mexican descent to win the world heavyweight title.

Andy Ruiz’s Early Life

In Imperial, California, on September 11th, 1989, Andy Ruiz Jr. was born. His father started his own company flipping houses after working as a construction worker.

Before being introduced to boxing by his father, Ruiz was an avid baseball player. He stated that his first amateur fight occurred when he was seven years old in San Diego.

Later, Ruiz spent some time working in construction for his father before deciding to focus solely on boxing and beginning his amateur career in Mexico. Jorge Páez, the featherweight champion, trained in the Mexicali boxing gym owned by his grandfather.

Andy Ruiz’s Career

Angel “Memo” Heredia, a well-known strength and conditioning trainer, confirmed in 2017 that he would be collaborating with Ruiz.

Ruiz’s next ring appearance was on the undercard of Gilberto Ramirez vs. Habib Ahmed’s WBO super middleweight championship title fight on February 3, 2018, at the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas.

On July 7, 2018, he was scheduled to face veteran journeyman Kevin Johnson at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California.

Andy Ruiz's Career

Ruiz was reported to have signed a deal with powerful advisor Al Haymon in 2019 and would now be part of the Premier Boxing Champions stable, with his fights airing on Showtime and FOX.

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Ruiz put his name forward before the Dimitrenko fight to replace Jarrell Miller and challenge Anthony Joshua for the unified WBA (Super)/IBF/WBO/IBO heavyweight titles on June 1, 2019.

Andy Ruiz Jr.’s net worth is estimated to be $10 million as of September 2022.


Here are some of Andy Ruiz Jr.’s career highlights:

  • He fought in 34 fights, winning 33 and losing one.
  • American Olympic Qualifications results (2008)

Andy Ruiz’s personal Life 

Patty Lopez is Andy Ruiz Jr’s wife. Andy Jr., Kailin, and Maryangel are his three children, two boys, and one girl. Ruiz Jr’s wife is also a professional boxer who began her career at the age of 27 with the Romero Boxing Team and has won several titles with them.

Joey Ruiz, Andrew Ruiz Jr’s twin brother, is also a professional heavyweight boxer, and they train together in the same gym under the direction of Danny Romero.

Andy Ruiz's personal Life

Andy Ruiz Jr. recently appeared on Telemundo 20-2 in the reality show “El Viaje.”

Andy Ruiz Jr was offered $6 million for

his next fight, but he chose to donate the funds to the victims of the Paradise, California, fire.

Andy Ruiz’s Net Worth

According to Celebrity Net Worth,  Andy Ruiz Jr’s current net worth is estimated to be $10 million. This, however, is set to skyrocket in the weeks following his rematch with Anthony Joshua. Ruiz will earn a whopping £10 million for the second fight, while Anthony Joshua will earn a record £46 million.

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Facts about Andy Ruiz 

  • Andy Ruiz has a twin brother named Joey, who is also a heavyweight boxer.
  • Jose is his father’s name, and Jennifer is his mother’s name.
  • He began boxing at the age of nine. Ruiz began training with Danny Romero at the age of 13 and joined a gym.
  • Andy Ruiz’s first title was WBO Latino Heavyweight Champion in 2010, and he became a world champion in 2016.
  • He won the World Boxing Council (WBC) title against Joseph Parker on January 23 at Madison Square Garden in New York.
  • He won the World Boxing Association (WBA) heavyweight championship on June 2, 2019, after defeating Anthony Joshua in Saudi Arabia.

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