- Anthony Joshua says he will want the world to bow for him after defeating Andy Ruiz
- The British-Nigerian pugilist will have a chance of proving Ruiz's victory over him earlier this year was a fluke
- Joshua was dispossessed of his heavyweight championship titles with a stunning defeat to the Mexican in June
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Anthony Joshua, former heavyweight champion, has disclosed that he would want the world to "bow down for him" after beating "best man in the world" Andy Ruiz in their rematch bout.
Joshua will have a golden chance of proving Ruiz's victory over him was a fluke and similarly reclaim his belts when he faces the heavyweight champion on December 7.
The "Clash of Dunes" bout slated for Saudi Arabia has seen both sides entangled in a spree of violent spats with Ruiz recently tipped to go for glory and show more hunger.
The 30-year-old star has thrown more confidence into the air with an astonishing video of him throwing jabs at his nutritionist.
But the Nigerian-British born pugilist assured he will beat the 'best man in the world' while vowing to reclaim his glory.
"I'm fighting the best man in the world now. I'm going to whup him, and show how great I am," he told Sky Sports.
"They think he's so great, so when I beat him I want everybody to bow to my feet and tell me how great I am.
"I couldn't beat Ruiz Jr before and get the credit I deserved. You saw me in the ring [before the fight] - I wasn't fighting King Kong, was I? [I didn't have] that mindset.
"Apparently I'm fighting the quickest hands and the best fighter in the division. So once I beat him I want everybody to bow to me," he said.
Joshua was deposed of his heavyweight championship with a stunning defeat to the Mexican in June.
Ruiz stunned the world when he floored Joshua through a seventh-round knockout to cart away the Briton's WBA, IBF & WBO belts on June 1, 2019, in New York.
And both are head-up for a rematch in another much anticipated and epoch-making fight that has been adjudged greatest test of Joshua's championship.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has reported that Andy Ruiz has sent a stern warning to Anthony Joshua ahead of their much-anticipated rematch bout after the Mexican-American was spotted throwing more jabs faster than before at his nutritionist.
The boxing heavyweight champion has a huge task ahead of him when he meets Joshua to defend his belts.