Former heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz Jr. has called out two of the rivals in his division Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua.
"Yo, everyone's asking, 'When am I fighting? When am I going to fight? Why don't I fight Wilder?' Nobody wants to fight!" Ruiz said in an Instagram video.
Ruiz, a 34-year-old Mexican fighter, shook up the world when he dropped Joshua multiple times in the Brit's US debut back in 2019.
The fighter attracted criticism in his very next fight as he entered the scales extraordinarily heavy and subsequently lost the rematch to Joshua by decision.
Ruiz has only fought twice since that defeat — a decision win over Chris Arreola in 2021 and decision win over Luis Ortiz in 2022.
Though he is yet to fight in 2023 he looked in great shape in his call-out video, targeting his key rivals.
"Tell Joshua, let's do the trilogy. Tell Wilder I'm ready. Make that other contract.
"Usyk, Fury, everybody wants to go through the shortcuts. But I'm here, I'm working."
In the caption to the video, Ruiz branded the heavyweight division a duck farm.
The only fight involving one of the division's big names right now is Fury, who isn't even fighting a boxer in his next fight, an October bow against former UFC champ Francis Ngannou.