|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Birth Date||September 11, 1989|
|Country of Origin||The United States and Mexico|
|Source of Wealth||Professional Boxing|
VIVA LA MEXICO!!! was heard all around the world from Madison Square Garden when a Mexican immigrant from Imperial Valley crossed a milestone of becoming the 1st Mexican Heritage Unified Heavyweight Champion.
Andy Ruiz Jr. is the name who crossed the milestone and cemented his win as one of the most memorable moments in The Garden. This man has earned this moment by taking everyone out in the Heavyweight division for long years. This boxing star has done a lot of things that only talented, determined, destined people can achieve.
This article is about net worth, car collection, house, family and personal life, career stats, and unknown facts about The Destroyer of heavyweight pro boxing.
Andy Ruiz Jr. Net Worth
As of 2021, Andy’s estimated net worth is approximately $15 Million, the money he has earned in his entire professional career. In the game against Anthony Joshua, he earned $6.774 Million, against Devin Vargas he earned $482,000, and against Joseph Parker he earned $973,000.
Andy Ruiz Jr. House
He lives in his birthplace Imperial Valley, CA. He has a mansion where he and his family enjoys their life. He showed his property on his Instagram in August of 2019.
His home consists of a stunning outdoor pool, a treehouse for his 5 children, a basketball court for ADR III. The amount of this mansion as of now is unknown.
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Andy Ruiz Jr. Cars
The Destroyer has earned big bucks by winning big fights in his pro career. Since winning the world title in 2019 beating Anthony Joshua, ARJ collected money and invested in making a car collection which he has a collection of American Muscle, Royal Collection, and engine V8 beasts.
|Car||Price (British Pound)|
|Mercedes G Wagon G550||96,275|
|Rolls Royce Cullinan||264,000|
Andy Ruiz Jr. Career Stats
|Total No Contests + Not Scored||0|
|Wins by Knockout||22|
|Wins by Decision||12|
|Wins by DQ||0|
|Losses by Knockout||0|
|Losses by Decision||2|
|Losses by DQ||0|
|Total WBC Belts||1|
|Total WBO Belts||2|
|Total IBF Belts||1|
|Total WBA Belts||1|
|Total IBO Belts||1|
|Knockouts under 1-3 Rounds||15|
|Knockouts under 4-8 Rounds||7 (4 KO’ and 3 RTD)|
|Knockouts under 9-12 Rounds||0|
Andy Ruiz Jr.’s Boxing PPV Record (Since 2019)
|June 1st 2019||Joshua vs Ruiz||562,000|
|December 7th 2019||Ruiz vs Joshua II||1,600,000|
|May 1st 2021||Ruiz vs Arreola||125,000 +|
Andy Ruiz Jr. Personal Info
Andy is a born American as he was born in Imperial Valley, CA but he has a heritage of Mexico because of his family’s roots. His father’s name is Andres Ruiz. His entire family is Mexican immigrants. He has 3 siblings and all are sisters.
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|Nаmе/Full Nаme||Andrés Ponce Ruiz Jr.|
|Birth Place||Imperial, CA, US|
|D.O.B.||September 11, 1989|
|Record in amateur||105-5|
|Record in Pro||34-2|
|Wife’s Name||Julie Ruiz|
|No. Of Children||5|
|Name of children||Bella Ruiz, Beverly Ruiz, Andy Ruiz III, Richie Ruiz|
Andy Ruiz Jr. Social Profiles
Andy Ruiz Jr. Wife and Kids
The Mexican – American is married to Julie Ruiz. They were in a relationship for a long time. He is the father of 5 children. Two daughters named Bella Ruiz and Beverly Ruiz and three sons named Andy Ruiz III and Richie Ruiz (One son’s name is unknown).
|Name||Andy Ruiz Jr.|
|Wife’s Name||Julie Ruiz|
|No. of Children||5|
|Name of Daughter #1||Bella Ruiz|
|Name of Daughter #2||Beverly Ruiz|
|Name of Son #1||Andy Ruiz III|
|Name of Son #2||N/A|
|Name of Son #3||Richie Ruiz|
Andy Ruiz Jr. Career Accomplishments
- 2x Mexican National Jr. Olympic Gold Medalist
- 1x Ringside World Championship Winner
- 1x WBO Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion
- 1x WBC-NABF Heavyweight Champion
- 1x WBA (Super) Heavyweight Champion
- 1x IBF Heavyweight Champion
- 1x WBO Heavyweight Champion
- 1x IBO Heavyweight Champion
Unknown Facts about Andy Ruiz Jr.
- Andy Ruiz Jr. is fluent in both English and Spanish.
- In his Amateur boxing career, Andy Ruiz Jr. was 105-5 and his trainer was Fernando Ferrer.
- He is the first Mexican heritage pro boxer to win Unified Heavyweight Champions.
- He has sparred with former UFC Heavyweight Champion Andrei Arlovski.
- Growing up Andy wanted to be a Baseball player.
FAQ’s about Andy Ruiz Jr.
A. Andres Ponce Ruiz Jr
A. Heavyweight division
A. Currently the Mexican-American is the #6 ranked heavyweight contender.