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Picture: Getty. Michael Hunter walked to the ring in a Predator mask and then fought like he was from another planet to secure a draw with Alexander Povetkin.
In a hard-to-score back-and-forth encounter, there were few complaints with the judging although Povetkin's corner looked slightly more relieved when the result was announced.
Hunter has only lost to Oleksandr Usyk at cruiserweight and forced Povetkin to weather an early storm as he opened at a furious pace.
Povetkin , whose two defeats are to Wladimir Klitschko and Anthony Joshua, responded with a bone-rattling punch at the end of the second round.
It was anyone's fight in the middle rounds but Hunter produced the most dominant round of the fight in the 11th to leave the Russian in trouble.
A rough six months for heavyweight contender Dillian Whyte very nearly ended in disaster as he was given all he could handle by German veteran Mariusz Wach.
In his return after a doping furore put the brakes on his career, Whyte was overweight and struggled with the consistent pressure of a man who went the distance with Wladimir Klitschko back in Whyte built an early before fading somewhat down the stretch.
He rallied in the 10th and final round to pull out a unanimous decision against year-old Wach The year-old won the WBC interim heavyweight title on July 20 this year by beating Colombian Oscar Rivas on points but his interim champion status was provisionally suspended later that month over an irregular urine sample given prior to the fight.
Whyte, who always denied any wrongdoing, was also removed from the WBC rankings pending an investigation. Star amateurs Filip Hrgovic and Magomedrasul Majidov made statements on the undercard with quick finishes in their heavyweight bouts.
Hrgovic needed just three rounds to dismiss former world title challenger Eric Molina and move to Majidov, a triple amateur world champion, defeated Anthony Joshua back in the day and moved to by forcing a stoppage against Tom Little in the second round.
Andy Ruiz Jr stunned the boxing world when he toppled the previously undefeated Anthony Joshua off only six weeks notice in June this year.
The underdog pulled off one of boxing's biggest upsets with the win as he walked away with all three of Joshua's heavyweight belts.
Now as the two prepare to square off again, Joshua admits another loss to Ruiz Jr would spell serious trouble for his career.
As bad as it was when I lost, it will be as great when I win. The son of s legendary heavyweight journeyman Mike 'The Bounty' Hunter, the current Michael Hunter participated on the US Olympic team and has only one blemish on his resume - a spirited unanimous decision loss to top 10 pound-for-pound fighter Oleksandr Usyk.
In Hunter's most recent bout, he looked solid if not awesome in defeating red hot young lion Sergey Kuzmin then by a unanimous decision. But, how will he cope with a fighter as seasoned, skilled and strong as Povetkin?
Did Joshua take Ruiz lightly the first time? Or is Ruiz that good? I've got your number: Is AJ's style made to order for Ruiz?
Some in boxing think so and insist their first bout was an apparition of things to come should they fight again. Conventional wisdom: Joshua should use his reach advantage and poise to outbox the quicker Ruiz from the outside and not succumb to the lure of a brawl at close range.
Can he do that effectively for 12 rounds? Should AJ adopt that style, would Ruiz be able to solve the puzzle? An overconfident Ruiz?
Is Junior getting a big head? Let's not forget AJ not only floored Ruiz in their first encounter, he landed some sweet shots.
A close fight favors? Should the rematch go the distance, a close fight would likely favor Joshua as he'll enter the bout as the A-side again.
Also, although Andy seemed to be decisively beating AJ in the first fight, two judges had him ahead by only a point at the time of the KO while the third had Joshua up by the same margin.
If judging in the rematch is anything like the first bout, Joshua will likely get the benefit of the doubt in hard-to-call rounds,a la Canelo Alvarez in his battles with Gennady Golovkin.
The Rocky 3 Effect? Will he bring the proverbial 'Eye of the Tiger' in the rematch? Weighty issues: Ruiz is 16 lbs heavier than before and Joshua 10 lbs lighter.
Is Andy getting a little too big for his britches? Figuratively and literally. And will he be Buster Douglas No.
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Poland . Romania . Russia . South Africa. Uzbekistan . Turkey . Ukraine . Check left hook lands for Joshua.
Ruiz throws a right hook that makes contact. Ruiz lands a shot right after a break and Joshua ties him up but Ruiz lands a couple of shots anyway!
Ruiz , Round 5: Ruiz comes out pressing hard right away and Joshua tries to create space using his jab and check hook. Joshua lands another jab to the head and then steps back so he can step up the next one.
Joshua is determined to make this a boxing match and not a fight, and largely having good success. Joshua lands another jab and moves off the line.
Joshua lands another clean shot upstairs before tying up Ruiz who walks through it. Round 6: Ruiz misses on a jab to the body.
Uppercut lands clean for Joshua in a brief exchange. Ruiz wants to mix it up but Joshua thinks better of it and gets back on the move. Joshua takes his time, moving around the ring, waiting for Ruiz to cross a line in the sand so he can meet him with a jab.
Joshua continues o move laterally around the ring and then lands a clean left hook upstairs as he catches Ruiz sleeping. Joshua pops another jab and steps over again.
Ruiz tries to club Joshua while Joshua was holding at the waist. Round 7: Joshua comes out on the move as he looks for an opening. Ruiz tries to pick up his momentum by walking forward a bit faster but he walks into a check hook from Joshua.
Ruiz tries a quick combination once he gets in close but takes a right hand from Joshua in return. Joshua lands another shot as the fighters trade and Joshua grins.
Joshua bounces around and then jumps in to deliberately clinch, getting a warning from the referee. Round 8: Ruiz leads with a jab that falls a little short.
Round 7: Both fighters beginning to wane now. Suddenly that weight is taking its toll. Whyte tries a couple of big shots toward the end of the round but we head into the eighth.
Round 6: Whyte winning another round here. And his shots are starting to land really clean. Wach is a tough cookie, though, he keeps coming forward.
Mark Tibbs will be happy with this. Whyte still looking to impose himself, you sense he's looking for that patented left hook which took Derek Chisora out.
Round 4: Another round for Whyte. Remember he hasn't been in a ring for a fight since July 20 when he outpointed Oscar Rivas.
Whyte doing a decent job here in Riyadh, though. Round 3: Wach trying to evade some big bombs in there now.
Both fighters not in the greatest condition but Whyte definitely on top here. He'll be looking for a stoppage sooner rather than later.
Round 2: Whyte doing more of the same but with more intent, some powerful shots to finish the round. Wach looking a bit sorry for himself in there.
Hopefully this catches light soon. Round 1: Whyte just jabbing his way into the fight. Few ramrods to the body to kick things off.
Wach not offering up much back. Good start for Whyte, who would love a win here. Whyte has also had to put up with troubles with UK-Anti Doping, who yesterday cleared him of any alleged doping in the lead-up to his fight with Rivas.
Still raining in Riyadh! There were rumours that the fight could be postponed if the rain wouldn't let up but Eddie Hearn has dispelled those rumours.
Kevin Iole, of Yahoo Sports, first reported the news but later apologised for the incorrect information. But plenty of fans with ponchos on.
Ruiz Jr had an umbrella held over his head as he walked into Diriyah Arena, while Joshua had the same treatment. Thunder and lightning has been forecast, but it's just rain at the moment.
We'll keep you all updated on any changes to the card tonight. The champ is here! I'd have to agree with that.
Not sure he was really hurt there but Price gets the stoppage he was after. Round 2: More of the same from Price in the second round.
Nice and comfortable in there, cruising to victory so far. Mohamed has nothing to offer. Round 1: The size differnce is massive here as Price knocks Swedi Mohamed's gumshield out.
Price in his second professional bout here. Good stoppage again. Fully deserved win for Hrgovic, who didn't stop from the very first bell.
Another onslaught from Hrgovic, Molina goes down and the referee waves off the bout. Round 2: Molina being bullied around the ring again here.
Hrgovic so aggressive and full of intent. Molina goes down again but troubles Hrgovic with a right hand of his own when he gets up!
The Mexican takes a knee again, however, and that's the end of the round. Molina goes down in the final moments of the round after an onslaught from Hrgovic but the referee doesn't score a knockdown.
Some back-of-the-head shots from the Croat. He lost to Deontay Wilder a few years back in the ninth round of their contest before Anthony Joshua stopped him in the third round in Hrgovic, a promising Croatian heavyweight, is a handful for anybody in the division - including Wilder and Joshua.
That was a good stoppage from Victor Loughlan. Little had no more to give and Majidov would've done some serious damage otherwise. Majidov lands a right hand and floors Little but he gets up, takes more punishment and the referee stops it!