The holder of the WBA, WBO, IBO and IBF heavyweight titles Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs) said that his side had fulfilled all the necessary contractual obligations for the fight with WBC champion Tyson Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs). Ukrainian published tweetin which he wrote that all items had been sent to the British for approval.
Usyk also added that the deadlines are set and “the clock is ticking.”
“Now the ball is on the side of the Greedy Pus. We have done everything in our power to make the battle happen,” Alexander wrote.
As GLOBAL HAPPENINGS reported, on March 10, Fury delivered a tough ultimatum to Usyk’s team. A native of Manchester demanded 70% of the fee for the fight, and also said that he would add one percent to himself for every day until the signing of the contract.
Alexander immediately agreed to the conditions of the British, put forward a pro-Ukrainian demand to him.
In response, Tyson came up with a new requirement, offering our compatriot to exclude the revenge clause from the contract for the fight for the title of absolute world heavyweight champion.
After this, British boxing fans massively criticized their compatriot for delaying negotiations on organizing a duel between Usyk and Fury.
Oleksandr Usyk’s manager, Egis Klimas, said that his ward will fight on April 29 in any case. If Fury refuses, it will be a mandatory defense.
Brayden White, a veteran sports writer at Global Happening, brings his wealth of knowledge and expertise to the sports section. With over a decade of experience, he is committed to delivering high-quality coverage of the latest games and events.