Chris Arreola Goes Off on the Judges After Losing to Andy Ruiz Jr.: ‘Y’all Can Suck My M**** D***’

Published 05/02/2021, 1:39 AM EDT
BIRMINGHAM, AL – JULY 15: Chris Arreola weighs-in at Legacy Arena at the BJCC on July 15, 2016 in Birmingham, Alabama. The weigh-in is for his July 16th fight against Deontay Wilder. (Photo by David A. Smith/Getty Images)


Andy Ruiz Jr. claimed a hard-fought win against his former training partner, Chris Arreola, via unanimous decision, returning successfully to the win column. However, it wasn’t a lopsided show from the former champion who had to earn his victory.

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Chris Arreola gave him a tough time and dropped him in the early stage of the fight. The show remained relevant till the last bell and both men appeared steady, even after going against each other for 36 minutes.

Hence, Chris Arreola seemed vexed by the outcome. The 40-year-old appeared annoyed with getting only 2-3 rounds under his name. As the judges scored the contest in favor of Ruiz Jr. on a huge margin, Arreola spoke his mind.

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“Did he win? Fine. But don’t tell me you’re only gonna give me two/three rounds. F*** that. I’m gonna be like Dr Dre, all y’all can suck my motherf***ing di**,” said ‘The Nightmare’. (H/T- Michael Benson)

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Meanwhile, Andy Ruiz Jr. didn’t seem to celebrate his victory as a big win. Ending a long layoff, he returned to the squared circle after more than a year. Following his comeback win, he expressed his interest in a rematch. So, the Ruiz Jr vs Arreola bout could be a prominent gateway for Ruiz Jr. vs Arreola 2 in the coming days.

Andy Ruiz Jr. vs Chris Arreola- What happened inside the ring?

The fight appeared close and intense from the beginning. Being former training partners, Ruiz Jr. and Arreola were aware of each other’s prowess. However, 40-year-old Chris Arreola surprised many with his performance. He unleashed all his power onto Ruiz Jr. and secured an early knockdown.

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It could have been highly beneficial, but Andy Ruiz Jr. came back strong. He maintained his distance and range as he attacked Arreola with multiple combinations. The later rounds saw ‘The Destroyer’ plant his best punches, and it seemingly advanced him on the judges’ scorecards. But Arreola showcased his power and skill and earned appraisals from several fans.

Do you think Chris Arreola had one of his best performances tonight?

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Raj Sarkar

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A senior boxing writer at EssentiallySports, Raj Sarkar is a mass media graduate who is currently pursuing his master’s degree in broadcast journalism. In addition to his current role, he has worked with the MMA team at EssentiallySports and has interviewed prominent fighters such as Ritu Phogat and 'The Red King' Rory MacDonald. He combined his bachelor's degree with his adoration for combat sports and has a combined 2000 plus bylines in MMA and boxing over the last two years.

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