Andy Ruiz Jr’s mansion bought with the millions earned from beating Anthony Joshua includes a pool and tree house – The Sun

ANDY RUIZ Jr splashed out some of the millions he earned from battering Anthony Joshua on a new mansion.

The former heavyweight world champion shocked the world when he beat the Brit in June 2019.

And while he didn't turn up to the December rematch in his best shape, the Mexican-American can still enjoy the treats earned from his first victory.

It's not known how much the Mexican former champ, who recently met up with Tyson Fury, paid for the property – but it is believed to be in California, where he has lived for most of his life.

There is a treehouse for the kids to enjoy and a huge pool outside to rest and recuperate in.

A fountain sits on the middle of a huge garden area.

Inside the property, some 'modernising' might need to take place.

But the stunning outdoor balcony and staircases provide a wonderful shell to work with.

It is believed Ruiz earned an incredible £5.36m for getting into the ring, and then stopping, Joshua.

The Mexican stepped in at short notice after Jarrell Miller received a ban after failing two drugs tests.

Luis Ortiz was also said to have been offered that figure, but turned down the fight.

And Ruiz, who is in much better shape now than he was for the Joshua rematch, made another pretty penny when he faced AJ again that December, despite losing the belts.

Prior to delivering one of boxing's biggest ever shocks, Ruiz's net worth was estimated at around £770,000 by Spike Daily.

His previous biggest purse was that same figure for his loss to Joseph Parker in 2017.

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