Of course it's not over. How long has it been since another American heavyweight has scored such a top tier significant win? If anything Ruiz may be handicapped by the ol risk-reward scenario now. But he's pulled the wool over many now because they point to the weight being his anchor..for sure but not entirely.. when in fact he came in the first fight at yet another career high of 268 if I'm not mistaken. Some contender will want that scalp and connection to 'one up' in relation to AJ and sleep on Andy being still very skilled and capable and that's all it takes to come back on. Douglas will go down as a trivia question but even he scrapped back after near death and was directly in the Roy Jones Jr heavyweight debut sweepstakes before his Pop came in and changed minds. It's the heavyweight division. If you made history, can take damage, have willing promotion and still tie your own boots you've got a lifetime position.