Jared Anderson is ready to fight Andriy Rudenko

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Jared Anderson is ready to fight Andriy Rudenko
Jared Anderson is ready to fight Andriy Rudenko © Elsa / Staff / Getty Images Sport

Jared Anderson is one of the few fighters who has been very active this year; Anderson has fought twice already and will be making his third appearance of the year this Saturday night against Andriy Rudenko. Anderson has a high knockout rate; he lost his knockout streak in his last match against Charles Martin but extended his undefeated record.Anderson faced a lot of criticism for not extending his knockout streak, but in response, he seems to be pretty calm and motivated for the challenge ahead.

Jared Anderson has a professional record of 15-0 (14 knockouts), and it will be interesting to see if he can end Rudenko in knockout fashion. Andriy Rudenko is far ahead in terms of experience; he has a professional record of 35-6 (21 knockouts).

If Rudenko ends up winning this match, new doors of opportunity will open for him.

Jared Anderson’s thoughts on his next fight

Jared Anderson seems to be ready for his next fight and reveals that the criticism received for his last fight only made him better.

“This Saturday, you will see me sticking to my plan,” Anderson said, as quoted by boxingnews24.com. “I’ll be using my jab, my speed. I’m always willing to do whatever I need to do to win. And I will continue being who I am because I am great.

My coaches have been training me like a little guy since I was eight years old. So, it kind of comes naturally to just move like I’m at a lighter weight”. Anderson on criticism received after his last fight: “If anything, it didn’t make me do nothing but chill even more because I’m already one not to be in it mentally, especially with my words.

So, it just made me want to go off under a rock again. My promoter and co-promoter they’ve been on top of me about staying active and staying relevant. So that’s why we’re here, that’s why we’re fighting".