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Andy Ruiz Jr vs Anthony Joshua II: Fans' view obstructed by pillars as rain pelts open air arena

8 monthes ago   |   By Metro

Four pillars hold up the canopy above the ring
Fight fans at Anthony Joshua 's rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr face having their view obstructed due to four large pillars around the ring.
Just over 2,000 British fans are expected in Saudi Arabia for Joshua's bid at becoming a two-time heavyweight champion by reclaiming the three world titles he lost to Ruiz Jr last June .
The trip proved too costly for the majority of Joshua's fans and there were also concerns about Saudi Arabia's abyssal human rights record.
Pictures on social media circulated showing that those supporters who did splash out...
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Anthony Joshua fans unable to see heavyweight fight due to a huge orange pillar in the new stadium

Anthony Joshua fans unable to see heavyweight fight due to a huge orange pillar in the new stadium

8 monthes ago   |   By Daily Mail

The heavyweight world title fight is taking place in Saudi Arabia in a new 15,000-seater open air arena tonight but many will be unable to see the bout due to a giant pillar obstructing their view.
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