“See You Later Fat Guy” – Dillian Whyte Trolls Andy Ruiz Jr. on Social Media

Published 07/02/2020, 12:29 PM EDT


WBC mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte mocked Andy Ruiz Jr. for calling him out.

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Recently, Andy Ruiz Jr. ran a poll on Twitter. The former WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO champion asked his followers to pick the better boxer between himself and Dillian Whyte.

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Dillian Whyte responds to Andy Ruiz Jr.

Whyte has made a name for himself in the trash-talking department. From top-ranked boxers to mixed martial artists, he has spared no one. And as expected, the Brit was quick enough to tweet back at Ruiz.

Seemingly unimpressed with Ruiz, Whyte told him to eat cakes. And stated that Ruiz was not serious about fighting Whyte in the first place.

Whyte is scheduled to fight Alexander Povetkin next. Originally, the bout was scheduled to take place in May. But the pandemic pushed it back to July. Unfortunately for both men, it was postponed again. Finally, the duo agreed to clash heads on August 22 in England.

Even if Whyte beats Povetkin in August, he wants nothing to do with Andy Ruiz Jr. Previously, he said that he would like to box Tyson Fury or Anthony Joshua after the Povetkin fight.

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“Forget Andy Ruiz. I want Joshua or Tyson Fury after Povetkin. Forget Andy Ruiz. Andy Ruiz has got a big fight with diabetes at the minute. Not type 1, type 2. Type 2, the bad one.” Whyte said.

Ruiz, on the other hand, is trying to fight his way back to the title. After defeating Joshua in June 2019, the duo was matched up again in December. Unlike their first fight, Ruiz lacked discipline while preparing for the rematch. As a result, Joshua outclassed the former champion and regained his championships.

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Since then, Ruiz has changed camps. The American boxer is now training with Canelo Alvarez’s coach.

Do you want to see Andy Ruiz Jr. take on Dillian Whyte?

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Shantanu Mayenkar

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