Tyson Fury's coach pinpoints what 'killed' Andy Ruiz Jr in Anthony Joshua rematch defeat

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“It was a good performance, he added another side to his game, did what he needed to do, and got the win,” Davison added.

“That’s the most important thing for him. That (the tactics used) is exactly what he needed to employ, exactly what he needed to employ.

“It was almost – not in a horrible way – but it was a poor man’s Tyson Fury, in a way.

“That’s not in a nasty way, but he obviously can’t do it to the level of Tyson.

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