Andy Ruiz Jr. Net Worth 2023: Fight Earnings, Salary and Endorsements
Andy Ruiz Jr is an American-Mexican professional boxer and the former unified heavyweight champion. He came into the limelight when he defeated Anthony Joshua to win the IBF, WBO and IBO titles. Fighting as a professional boxer at the top level gives you a lot of fame and money and Ruiz has earned everything with that victory. As of 2023, Andy Ruiz Jr net worth is estimated at $15 million.
In the recent fight against Chris Arreola, Ruiz Jr defeated him by unanimous decision before that he fought against AJ. In just three fights, Andy Ruiz has become popular among fans and known to setback opponents. The fight against Joshua helped Ruiz Jr to increase the net worth as well as account balance.
Andy Ruiz Jr. Net Worth
Andy Ruiz has a net worth of $15 million after the fight against Chris Arreola in April 2023. The Ruiz jr was reportedly earned a purse of $1.5 million guaranteed along with a 50% share from the PPV TV sales revenue.
The main source of income comes from his boxing fights. He also earns a huge sum of money from his endorsement deals.
Andy Ruiz Jr has endorsement deals with snickers and Fashion Nova.
Andy Ruiz Jr Record & Achivement
Andy Ruiz jr. (34-2, 22 KOs) was born on September 11, 1989 in Imperial, California. During his amateur career, Ruiz had a record of 105–5 including 2 Mexican National Junior Olympics Gold medals.
Ruiz made his professional boxing debut on March 28, 2009, at Tijuana, Mexico aged 19. He claimed the WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title in July 2013 after defeating Joe Hanks. Ruiz defeated Devin Vargas in 2018. He knocked Vargas out in round one.
This victory won him a $500,000 purse. In January 2019, Ruiz faced German boxer Alexander Dimitrenko. He defeated Dimitrenko in the 5th round winning a $200,000 purse.
Andy Ruiz Jr first rose to international fame in June 2019 when he challenged Anthony Joshua for the unified WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles. He defeated Joshua by technical knockout in the 7th round and won the unified WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO titles. After this victory, his total income including Pay Per View and win bonus reached $7 million.
In September 2019 it was announced that Ruiz would defend his titles against Joshua in a rematch. He lost via unanimous decision, 118–110, 118–110, and 119–109. This fight broke the UK Pay Per View record after 1.575 million buys in the UK.
About Andy Ruiz Jr.
|Net Worth||$15 million|
|Endorsements||Snickers, Fashion Nova|