Andy Ruiz Jr Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Biography

Andy Ruiz Jr Net Worth
Andy Ruiz Jr Net Worth

Andrés Ponce Ruiz Jr. is an American professional boxer.Andy Ruiz Jr. Net Worth is $10 Million as per 2022. Andy Ruiz Jr Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Biography. He is a former unified heavyweight champion, having defeated Anthony Joshua to win the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO titles in 2019 to become the first male boxer of Mexican heritage to win a world heavyweight championship.

Andy Ruiz Jr Wiki/ Biography

Real NameAndy Ruiz Jr.
Net Worth$10 Million
Date of Birth11 September 1989 
Age 32 years
Birth PlaceImperial Valley, California, United States
Currently Live InUnited States
ProfessionProfessional boxer
EthnicityNot Known
HometownNantucket, Massachusetts
Zodiac SignNot Known
School/High SchoolLocal Private School
College/UniversityLocal Private University
Education QualificationGraduate
Andy Ruiz Jr Family
Andy Ruiz Jr Family

Andy Ruiz Jr Family and Parents

Andy Ruiz Jr Parents are Andrés Ruiz (Father) and Julie Ruiz (Mother). Ruiz was born in Imperial, California, to Mexican parents who had immigrated to the United States. His father is a former construction worker who began his own house flipping business. Ruiz was a baseball fan before his father introduced him to boxing; he recalls his first fight at the age of seven in San Diego.

Ruiz later worked in construction for his father before deciding to become a full-time boxer and beginning his amateur career in Mexico. His grandfather ran a boxing gym in Mexicali that featherweight champion Jorge Páez frequented. Ruiz has stated that his nickname, ‘Destroyer,’ was given to him before he began boxing because, as a child, “I was always destroying stuff.”

Father NameAndrés Ruiz
Mother NameJulie Ruiz
Siblings Julie
Girlfriend Julie
Marital StatusMarried
Wife NameJulie Ruiz
ChildrenAndy Ruiz III, Bella Ruiz, Beverly Ruiz, Richie Ruiz, William Ruiz

Andy Ruiz Jr Wife and Children

Andy Ruiz Jr with Wife
Andy Ruiz Jr with Wife

Andy Ruiz Jr married with wife Julie.The couple have Five Children together.Julie Ruiz is a creative and design director with over 15 years of experience in media, including leadership, branding, design, photography, and advertising.She works as a music photographer for an unknown horse as well as the creative and design director for VICE / VICELAND. Julie has kept her age, height, and academic background hidden.

Andy Ruiz Jr Net Worth

Andy Ruiz Jr has an estimated Net Worth of $10Million in 2022.His professional boxing is his main source of income. However, the super-star boxer earns a significant portion of his income from endorsements. The majority of his earnings have come from his two fights with Anthony Joshua.He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Net Worth$10Million
NameAndy Ruiz Jr
Income / Salary Per Years$1 Million+
Income / Salary Per MonthUnder Reiew
Income SourceProfessional boxer
Last Update2022

Salary, Income Source

Here we discuss about his Salary, Income and Career Earnings. He earns a handsome salary from his profession. Via his sources of income, he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle. His Accurate Salary Details is not mention yet on officially we will update soon.

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Physical Appearance

Height (Approx)1.88 m
Weight (Approx) 283 pounds
Eye ColourBrown
Hair ColourBrown
Body TypeFit

Professional Career

Andy Ruiz Jr began his amateur boxing career in Mexico under the tutelage of Cuban trainer Fernando Ferrer, where he amassed a 105-5 win-loss record. At the Mexican National Junior Olympics, he won two gold medals and the Ringside World Championships.

He competed in the Beijing Olympic Games qualification tournaments in 2008 as part of the Mexican squad, but lost in two matches, first to Robert Alfonso and then to Oscar Rivas.He made his professional debut on March 28, 2009, at the age of 19, against Miguel Salvador Ramirez. He won the match via first-round knockout at Plaza de Toros in Tijuana (Baja California, Mexico).

Three months later, he won his second fight by technical knockout over Ross Brantley. In February of the following year, he won a unanimous decision in his third match (against Juan Luis Lopez Alcaraz). Both matches were held in Mexico.Just a month later, in March 2010, he made his U.S. Pro debut and knocked out Luke Vaughn.

His winning streak lasted another 25 matches, until September 2016. He won by knockout over Francisco Diaz, Matthew Greer, Maurenzo Smith, and Kelsey Arnold, and by technical knockout over Josh Gormley, Kenny Lemos, Manuel Quezada, Joe Hanks, Carl Davis, Elijah McCall, Jonte Willis, Ken Frank, Villi Bloomfield, and Miles Kelly.

He defeated Raymond Lopez, Alvaro Morales, Angel Herrera, and Theron Johnson. Homero Fonseca, Siarhei Liakhovich, Joell Godfrey, Raphael Zumbano, and Franklin Lawrence were all elected unanimously. In his bouts against Ray Austin and Tor Hamer, he was declared the victor by RTD.He won the vacant WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title after defeating Joe Hanks in July 2013. He successfully defended his title against Tor Hamer four months later.

He also won the WBC-NABF heavyweight title with his victory in the latter match. He defended both titles by defeating Manuel Quezada and Siarhei Liakhovich in May and December of 2014. He also successfully defended his WBC-NABF heavyweight title by defeating Joell Godfrey in September 2015, Ray Austin in May 2016, and Franklin Lawrence in November 2016. (September 2016).

Andy Ruiz Jr lost his 30th match against Joseph Parker by majority decision in December 2016 after winning his previous 29 matches in a row. He was competing for the WBO World Heavyweight Championship, which was currently vacant. He continued his winning streak in the following fight, defeating Devin Vargas via knockout in March 2018 and later defeating Kevin Johnson via unanimous decision in July 2018. (via RTD, April 2019).

With his most recent fight, he made his Premier Boxing Champions debut, with his fights airing on Showtime and FOX. He previously worked for the boxing promotion company Top Rank. In June 2019, he stunned the boxing world by defeating (by technical knockout) British boxer Anthony Joshua to claim the unified WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles. He became the first Mexican-American heavyweight champion in boxing history, and the second Hispanic heavyweight champion after John Ruiz.

However, in a rematch with Anthony Joshua in December of the same year, he failed to defend his titles when the latter defeated him by unanimous decision.On a Fox PPV match in May 2021, he defeated former WBC title challenger Chris Arreola by unanimous decision.In August 2022, he is scheduled to face Cuban professional boxer Luis Ortiz.