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The fight will take place in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia in a Venue that has very little to do with Boxing in the past however, Eddie Hearn sealed the deal with a lucrative sum and De La Hoya would definitly do the same with his world champions, if presented with such a lucrative offer.
The Mexican believes that Anthony Joshua is approaching the rematch in a wrong way and will not be able to make changes enough to earn his a victory on Saturday but leaves open the boxing uncertainty which is always present in a heavyweight fight, especially when the fighter has a big punch.
“[Joshua’s] been fighting the same way for all these years,” said De La Hoya. “As a fighter, it doesn’t make me think that he can change things up. But who knows. In boxing, when you’re a heavyweight and have that heavy punch, anything can change. I just think Ruiz has the better chin, and has less distractions than what Joshua has.”