Anthony Joshua flaunts his adorable daughter after winning against Ruiz

Anthony Joshua flaunts his adorable daughter after winning against Ruiz

- British heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua has flaunted his little daughter during the bout against Mexican boxer Andy Ruiz Jnr.

- After winning unanimously, Joshua brought over his daughter to the boxing ring, carrying her on his shoulder while granting the interview

- Anthony Joshua has regained his titles from Ruiz who took them from him in a boxing bout six months ago

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Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has shown his little daughter to the world after winning his match in Saudi Arabia.

In a video sighted by, the reigning holder of four title belts was seen flaunting his daughter after winning against Andy Ruiz Jnr.

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Joshua was captured carrying his daughter on the shoulder while talking about his willingness to continue boxing and meet other boxers.

The little girl, on the other hand, held his father's shoulder as she starred at the parked auditorium with innocence.

"I took my L, and I bounced back, anyone could do it. Life is like a roller coaster, what do you want me to do, give up?" he quizzed.

"I hear a man say I should retire, I should retire, come on, I love this sports," he bragged, calling on Andy Ruiz to ask if he is willing to retire.

Andy Ruiz who defeated Joshua six months ago but lost on the night responded, saying "I won't retire! I want to see the third fight."

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Patrons of the much-attended boxing match cheered the two boxers up with a loud noise, as the journalist asked them to talk about the future.

In response to whether he will love to have a third fight with Andy Ruiz Jnr, Anthony Joshua said "No doubt," in agreement to another match.

In a much-anticipated second bout between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz, the judges scored the fight 118-110, 118-110 and 119-109 to 30-year-old Joshua.

This is the first time such a high profile boxing match was held in The Clash on the Dunes in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia.

By this win, Anthony Joshua has the IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO titles, having a record of 23 fights with only 1 loss.

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