“If he gets beat again, then that’s not the case, and therefore even if he does beat Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder, which would be tough fights to make in the first place, he’s still going to have the losses against Ruiz Jr on his card.
“I think motivation-wise, he’ll struggle.”
David Haye thinks Joshua could come back even stronger if he suffers a shock second loss though.
“I think Anthony Joshua is a tremendous athlete,” Haye told Express Sport.
“If he can’t beat Andy Ruiz Jr, it doesn’t mean he can’t beat Deontay Wilder or Tyson Fury.