Anthony Joshua lost his IBF, WBO and WBA titles to underdog Andy Ruiz after being knocked out in the seventh round of the encounter.
That loss was Joshua’s first in his professional career after winning 20 straight victories with 19 out of them coming via straight knockouts.
Anthony Joshua had fallen to the ground four times before referee decided to cut him some slack and end the game.
Andy Ruiz is now the undisputed heavyweight boxing champion with three belts and has thrown the division wide open, giving little boxers and challengers a shot at the world titles.
Ruiz Jr. victory over Joshua is now regarded by many lovers of boxing as one of the biggest shock wins of all time.
Joshua who is usually quick with his punches and moves had a really slow start in the match and went down to the canvass twice in the third round to an on rushing Mexican, Ruiz.
The Nigerian was also knocked down twice in the seventh around after which he called it quick after failing to respond to the referee calls.
Promoter Eddie Hearn says there will be a rematch in November/December after which it is expected Anthony will face Wylder.