Andy Ruiz Jr. upsets Anthony Joshua with seventh-round TKO to claim heavyweight titles ‌in New York (video)

Anthony Joshua's bid to make a splash in his US debut ended in misery for the three belt heavyweight world champion with a stunning loss to underdog
Andy Ruiz at Madison square garden on Saturday.

Andy recorded a monster upset, knocking down Britain's Joshua four times to take the World Boxing Association, International Boxing Federation and Word
Boxing Organisation Titles.
Andy came into the fight as massive 20-1 underdog but he won it in the middle of the seventh round when the referee stopped it at 1:26 of the round
after the fourth knockdown.

Andy, sent to the canvas once himself, knocked Joshua down twice in the third round and twice more in the seventh.

Joshua had massive height and reach advantage as he weighed in at a chiseled 255 pounds compared to the portly Andy, who beefed up to 268 pounds compared to
250 for his most recent fight.

Andy, who has won four fights in a row, looked fearless and poised while Joshua- who has won all 22 of his previous bouts-never seemed to recover from
the first knockdown early in the third.

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