ANDY RUIZ JR mocked Dillian Whyte after his brutal loss toAlexander Povetkin and said he is "so happy he got his a** knocked the f*** out".
The Body Snatcher downed the Russian twice in the fourth but was stunned a round later when a brutal uppercut knocked him out.
And with it went the WBC No 1 contender and mandatory status that he held for 1,000 days.
But Ruiz showed no mercy for the defeated Brit as he shared a savage video slamming Whyte, with whom he has a simmering rivalry.
The Mexican-American said: "I was so happy that Whyte got his a*** knocked the f*** out.
"You know what, because he doesn't have respect for the fighters – that's what gets me p***ed off."
He also tweeted simply a crying-with-laughter emoji after the fight in Eddie Hearn's Brentwood back garden.
Ruiz held the WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles when he shocked Anthony Joshua last year before being bossed in their rematch in December.
But while he has not stepped into the ring since, Whyte wasted as little time as possible to face Povetkin.
And the Brixton boxer is determined to get a rematch with the Russian as soon as possible, interrupting promoter Hearn to ask if it can be arranged for December.
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Whyte said: "Can we get the rematch in December?"
Hearn replied: "100 per cent, that's what I'm saying. You alright?"
The defeated 32-year-old added: "Okay cool. Yeah I'm good, it's one of those things isn't it?"
His promoter reassured him: "Totally. He had a good couple of early rounds but you were in total control and in the fourth round he was done."
Keeping positive, Whyte concluded: "Exactly, it is what it is. Rematch, let's go. That's what good boxing is about. Thanks Eddie."
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