British Tyson Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs) has crossed all the limits in negotiations with Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs) to organize a fight for the title of absolute world heavyweight champion. After the Gypsy King received from our boxer the agreement to distribute the fee 70 to 30 in favor of the native of Manchester, he literally went crazy.
Oleksandr Krasyuk, Usyk’s promoter, spoke about the details of the negotiations in an interview with talkSport. In his opinion, Fury simply avoided a dangerous fight against the Ukrainian unified champion, putting forward new demands, which led to the disruption of the show, scheduled for April 29.
“The fight is canceled. The reason is that everything went too far. There was a feeling that after Usyk accepted the distribution of the fee 70% to 30%, Tyson Fury began to think that he could sit on Usyk’s neck and ride him so much. ” How much he wants. It is not right. Usyk accepted the conditions and really wanted the fight to take place. But this fight is not about Tyson Fury. We are talking about the belt of the World Boxing Council (WBC) and the expansion of the collection of Alexander. It makes no sense to make great efforts if Tyson “avoids the fight and puts up a bunch of obstacles for it,” Krasyuk said.
Earlier, the World Boxing Association (WBA) put forward an ultimatum to Usyk and Fury and named Briton Daniel Dubois (19-1, 18 KOs) as a mandatory contender for the Ukrainian champion belt. Our compatriot after the failure of the fight with Tyson decided to leave his training camp.
Prior to this, the manager of the Ukrainian Egis Klimas spoke out sharply for Fury due to the fact that 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. In turn, the British coach Sugar Hill Steward spoke about his ward’s plan for the fight.
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.
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