Ruiz fuming after Fury donned Mexican wrestling mask in public workout
‘Tyson Fury’s talking s***, he’s representing Mexico – he’s not even Mexican, what kind of s*** is that’: Andy Ruiz fuming with Tyson Fury after donning Mexican headbands and mask in public workout and insists the British fighter will be ‘next’ for him
- Tyson Fury wore a Mexican wrestling mask and a headband during his workout
- Andy Ruiz Jr did not take kindly to it and slammed the British boxer for outfit
- He also said Fury would be next opponent after his rematch with Anthony Joshua
Andy Ruiz Jr has condemned Tyson Fury for his attempts to represent Mexico during his most recent public workout.
The British boxer took part in an open session in Las Vegas on Tuesday night in preparation for Saturday’s clash with Otto Wallin — and got in a dig at Ruiz Jr in the process.
Ruiz became Mexico’s first ever world heavyweight champion when he shocked Anthony Joshua in June.
Andy Ruiz Jr has slammed Tyson Fury for his attempts to represent Mexico during his workout
Ruiz Jr also suggested that Fury would be his next opponent during an Instagram live video
Fury donned a Mexican wrestling mask ahead of his public workout for the Otto Wallin fight
The 30-year-old is also clearly proud of his Mexican heritage and did not take kindly to Fury’s decision to wear a Mexican headband and wrestling mask.
The WBO, WBA, IBF and IBO champion insisted Fury was next after his rematch with Joshua in December after his decision to mock Mexico.
Ruiz Jr said: ‘Tyson Fury’s next. Tyson Fury’s talking s***, he’s representing Mexico – he’s not even Mexican, what kind of s*** is that?
‘A British f******, he ain’t even Mexican, wearing the f****** Mexican flag, messed up man.
Ruiz also did not like Fury’s decision to wear a Mexico-inspired headband during the workout
‘Stay in your lane, represent your country, Tyson Fury represent your country, represent what you represent.
‘He just needs to stay in his lane – represent where he’s from, shouldn’t be representing another country that he’s not even a little close of.’
Fury is known for his pre-fight stunts, including dressing up as Batman before taking on Wladimir Klitschko and donning a full Apollo Creed-inspired outfit prior to beating Tom Schwarz.
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