Former super middleweight world champion Briton Karl Froch accused Briton Tyson Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs) of not signing a contract to fight Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs) yet. which is fraught with the disruption of the fight for the title of absolute world champion. Exboxer called the situation around the organization of the show appalling and expressed doubts that the parties would be able to agree.
This was announced by Froch on the air of his YouTube show Froch on Fighting. He also sympathized with Usyk due to the fact that, due to Fury’s behavior, he still does not know if the fight will take place at all and whether they will have time to organize it on April 29, as the promoters plan.
“I think the fight will take place, but my main concern is that there are only six weeks left. There is very little time left for the fucking world title. But if it doesn’t happen now, it will be Tyson Fury’s fault, and I think, “ It looks terrible to him. He said that he would fight Joshua for free and give the money to charity. And suddenly negotiations begin with Usyk, and he demands 70% of the fee. He walks contradiction. It’s like a nightmare because you really don’t know if you’re going to fight,” Froch said.
On the eve of Usyk’s manager Egis Klimas, he spoke sharply at Fury because he was dragging out the negotiations. Alexander himself also made a statement about the fight, noting that the ball is now on Tyson’s side.
Earlier, Usyk agreed to Fury’s ultimatum, putting forward a pro-Ukrainian demand that infuriated the Russians. The Briton also showed the consequences of the decision to sign a contract for the fight.
In addition, with the help of a computer game, the network showed how the Usyk-Fury battle would end. The Ukrainian hinted at a fight against the British on social networks, after which the Russians began to massively wish our boxer to lose.
As reported by GLOBAL HAPPENINGS, the former rival of the Ukrainian Tony Bellew told who would win the Usyk-Fury fight and explained why. The famous Hasim Rahman also gave his prediction for the fight. The World Boxing Association (WBA) delivered an ultimatum to Mustache and Fury.
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