Andy Ruiz Jnr has insisted he will fight Anthony Joshua anywhere after the Brit triggered the rematch clause in his contract.
The Mexican pulled off one of the greatest upsets in boxing history on Saturday night as he overcame Joshua at Madison Square Garden to capture his heavyweight titles.
And he has been living the high life ever since, appearing on talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night to discuss his incredible achievement.
Andy Ruiz Jnr appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday to discuss beating Anthony Joshua
Ruiz walking up to the studio on Tuesday and signing autographs for fans ahead of appearance
While on the show, Ruiz clarified his position: 'If he wants a rematch, I’ll give it to him.
'I’m willing to go over there or if he’s wants to come over here… we’re still in negotiations. Have it here in America? I agree. Or in Mexico.'
The 29-year-old also made light of the jokes about his weight that were made ahead of his fight with Joshua.
When asked about his plan ahead of the second fight, he said: 'I want to get in better shape. I want to look like a Mexican AJ and get those muscles too. Stay healthy and watch the food.'
Ruiz is now set for a £10million payday after Joshua triggered the clause in his contract
Ruiz is now set for a £10million payday after Joshua triggered the clause in his contract.
Sportsmail understands that Ruiz, who will face Joshua again in November or December, is in line for approximately double the purse he netted for one of the greatest upsets in the sport's history.
The terms were written into the deal ahead of the first fight at Madison Square Garden on Saturday. Under that agreement, it is understood Joshua will also call the shots over the location of the second bout, contrary to suggestions from Ruiz, the new IBF, WBA and WBO champion.
Joshua triggered an immediate rematch clause on Tuesday following his defeat by Ruiz
Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn confirmed the Briton's camp were triggering a rematch clause
With November or December identified for the rematch, it is possible the fight will take place under the roof at Cardiff's Principality Stadium.
However, if the Joshua team forego home advantage for the sake of restoring his reputation in the US, it is known that Madison Square Garden bosses are keen to stage the second bout after the success of Saturday's event.
Confirmation that the rematch clause had been triggered came on Tuesday evening after meetings in New