The People's Champ checked in at 268 lbs last June when he shocked the world by knocking out Joshua in the seventh round to claim his three heavyweight world title belts.
Andy Ruiz Jr and Anthony Joshua talk tough ahead of their world heavyweight title rematch.
Heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz Jr weighed in at 128.3 kilograms, 6 kilograms heavier than the first fight.
Joshua is more than five kilograms (11 pounds) lighter than when he lost the first fight.
The intrigue is how drastically Joshua may have changed his physique heading into his rematch with Ruiz Jr.
Ruiz's trainer Manny Robles said he was unconcerned by the result on the scales.
Meanwhile Joshua's weight loss appeared to vindicate suggestions that he will aim to make himself more elusive, avoiding Ruiz's unsafe swings and dragging him into the later rounds where stamina will play a major part.
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It makes Ruiz the second-heaviest defending champion in heavyweight history, behind only the 7ft Russian Nikolai Valuev.
After the weigh-in, Joshua, 237 pounds as of Friday, noted that the weight difference was significant, but exuded easy confidence nonetheless.
Ruiz, who wore a black tank-top to cover his portly frame, took to the scales to jeers in front of a mostly pro-Joshua crowd at a weigh-in that was staged on a grassy section outside a five-star hotel in central Riyadh.
Ruiz Jr. has not been shy about his love of food, openly courting Snickers as a potential sponsor during his post-championship press tour.
On the other hands, his opponent Andy Ruiz weighs in at 283lbs, 15lb heavier than the first fight.