AUDIO – Will you bet Anthony Joshua at minus-350 in his rematch against Andy Ruiz Jr.?

A 33-to-1 favorite, Anthony Joshua lost the first fight fight of his pro career, and of all his heavyweight title belts on Saturday at Madison Square Garden.

Andy Ruiz Jr., a pudgy dude from Imperial, Ca. was the giant slayer. Can he do it again?

Cofield & Co. examined what went wrong for Joshua (22-1, 21 KOs), and if he should be a sizable favorite once again in a rematch.

 

Anthony Joshua            -350     (2/7)

Andy Ruiz Jr.                +275     (11/4)

 

There was a rematch clause in the contract for the first fight. Joshua and his promoter Eddie Hearn indicated they’d like a rematch ASAP.

 

Photo courtesy USA Today

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