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Full undercard for Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Luis Ortiz heavyweight fight

We take a look at what to expect from the full card as Andy Ruiz Jr. battles Luis Ortiz in a heavyweight bout on September 4.

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Andy Ruiz Jr. and Luis Oritz will square off on Sunday, Sept 4, in Los Angeles, Calif, at the Arena. The card gets started at 9 p.m. ET and will air on FOX Sports PPV and at

This will be the foist time that the two fighters go head to head. There will not be a belt on the line in this one as both fighters are trying to earn their way back into contention. Ruiz Jr enters with a 34-2 record, while Ortiz enters with a 33-2 record. Ruiz Jr. hasn’t been in the ring this year, so there could be some natural rust that he needs to shake off.

The main event will likely begin around midnight ET and will headline a five-fight card. Ruiz enters the bout a -400 favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook while Ortiz is +290. The rest of the card features odds as listed below.

Full Card for Andy Ruiz Jr. vs. Luis Ortiz

  • Main event: Andy Ruiz Jr. (-400) vs. Luis Ortiz (+290), 12 rounds, heavyweight
  • Isaac Cruz (-750) vs. Eduardo Ramirez (+475), 12 rounds, for WBC Silver lightweight title
  • Jose Valenzuela (-1000) vs. Edwin De Los Santos (+550), 10 rounds, for Valenzuela’s WBC Continental Americas lightweight title
  • Joseph Spencer (-500) vs. Kevin Salgado (+340), 10 rounds, middleweight
  • Ra’eese Aleem (-475) vs. Mike Plania (+340), 10 rounds, for Aleem’s WBO NABO junior featherweight title
  • Abner Mares (-270) vs. Miguel Flores (+205), 10 rounds, lightweight