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Joshua v. Ruiz To Feature A Loaded Fight Week Schedule

Want to be a part of the action? Check out where it will all go down in NYC before the big fight.

We are less than a week away until Anthony Joshua makes his anticipated United States debut. Set to take over Madison Square Garden on June 1st, Joshua’s (22-0) preparation schedule has been busy. Now, fans can be in on the action.

Before he faces off against Andy Ruiz Jr., Joshua will head from Florida to New York for a week of huge events:

-There will be a welcome party for him, Ruiz (32-1) and other fighters participating on the June 1st card on Monday, June 27. That includes Katie Taylor and Chris Algieri. This will be a private event that will take place somewhere in New York City. It is expected to start around 5 p.m. ET.

– On Tuesday (May 28th), there will be a public workout at Brookfield Place in the Financial District at 11 a.m. ET. This will be open to fans and media alike.

– There will be an undercard press conference on Wednesday, taking place in an undisclosed location at 10:30 a.m. ET. It is expected the aforementioned fighters not in the main event will be there. Following that will be the main event press conference on Thursday at 1 p.m. ET. Both are also in a location to be announced later.

– Weigh-ins will be happening on Friday at 3 p.m. ET inside Madison Square Garden. The main event fighters are expected to show up and be ready around 4 p.m., so prepare accordingly.

All events will be streamed live on DAZN, Sky Sports News, and the social accounts of Sky Sports and Matchroom Boxing.

If you would like free tickets to the weigh-in, you can reserve your spot on Monday, May 27 through the following link. All details surrounding the other events will be through invite only.

Tickets are still available for Joshua v. Ruiz. You can grab them now at,, or the MSG box office.

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