TYSON FURY sensationally claimed Andy Ruiz Jr has not trained in two-and-a-half-months ahead of his rematch with Anthony Joshua.

The Gypsy King has insisted the Mexican has been too busy cruising around in Rolls Royce’s, doing TV shows and eating Tacos.

Mexican heavyweight Andy Ruiz Jr dethroned the British superstar in the US on June 1
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Ruiz pulled off one of the biggest shock’s in boxing history when he dethroned the British star in New York on June 1.

AJ, 29, will bid to get revenge on the 29-year-old when they go head-to-head in Saudi Arabia on December 7.

But Fury, 31, has been told that the new WBA, WBO and IBF champion has not been seen in the gym lately.

Speaking to Behind The Gloves, Fury said: “If Andy Ruiz comes in, in shape and has trained, then I think he does the same again. But one thing I know is AJ trains hard and he dedicates his life to boxing.

“I know that Ruiz has been running around in a lot of Rolls Royce’s and doing a lot of TV shows, eating a lot of Tacos and he’s not been in the gym for two-and-a-half months, because I’ve been speaking to the guys and nobodies seen him.”

Fury has been informed that the Mexican heavyweight is set to start training again on Monday – 80 days before the fight.

He added: “Apparently he’s [Ruiz] going to start training on Monday, whether that happens or not is going to be a different thing but could Andy Ruiz be the second coming of Buster Douglas, could it really happen?

“One thing I know about Joshua is that he trains like a Trojan and he’ll want to get his titles back.

“Where one man’s got a few quid in his pocket running around LA and Mexico and wherever else like a lunatic and a hero – blah, blah, blah.

Tyson Fury has been told that Andy Ruiz Jr has not been training in the gym
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“He’s won one fight, big deal, if he doesn’t sacrifice and dedicate himself to the gym, he’ll smashed in the rematch.

“I’ll you how AJ wins, open to the fact that Ruiz is running around not training, letting money go to his brain and over looking everything, thinking it’s easy, then he [Joshua] goes in there, fit, does what he does and wins.”

Joshua announced on social media that Diriyah in Saudi Arabia had been selected as the destination for the rematch.

Fans were left furious as AJ initially claimed he wanted it to take place in London, but Fury has no issues with the location.

The 31-year-old said: “What difference does it make if it’s in Saudi Arabia or f****** rake the corner in the bushes, what difference does it make, they’re getting paid money, they’re getting paid a lot of money.

“They’re prizefighters, it’s Eddie Hearn’s job to put on a show wherever the most money’s sense is for both fighters and if it’s Saudi Arabia, it’s Saudi Arabia.”

Fury explained how Muhammad Ali travelled around the world to fight his opponents.

He added: “I don’t see the big problem, Muhammed Ali went to Zaire, Africa, he went to Manila and he went to Ireland and he went to England, he went to many other countries.

“If you want to be a superstar in boxing you have to travel.”