Mexico's Andy Ruiz Jr. is not pleased with his performance against Anthony Joshua in their rematch clash.
Ruiz surrendered his world titles he took from Joshua after losing via unanimous decision on Saturday, December 7, 2019, in Saudi Arabia.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Skysports.com, Ruiz called for a trilogy fight with Anthony Joshua after losing their rematch.
"I was chasing him too much. Who wants to see the trilogy fight?" Ruiz Jr said on Sky Sports afterwards.
"It was his night. I didn't prepare how I should have, I gained too much weight.
"I don't want to give too many excuses, he boxed me around. If we do the third, best believe I get in the best shape of my life.
"[The weight] affected me. I thought I'd feel stronger, thought I'd feel better. I tried to train myself, but I don't want to give no excuses. Anthony Joshua did a hell of a job.
"Who wants to see the third trilogy fight?"
"Without a doubt... If you heard, we're going to do a third," replied Joshua.
"Man, the first time was so nice, I had to do it twice!
"A man like me makes no excuses. This is about boxing. I'm used to knocking guys out. I got caught last time, no excuses, I gave him the credit.
"I respect Andy and his trainer so much. I wanted to show the sweet science of this lovely sport.
"Stay hungry, stay humble. I'm humble in defeat and will stay humble in victory.
"Careers are all about experience, I took my loss and bounced back, anyone can do it. You want me to retire and give up?."