Oleksandr Usyk and Tyson Fury’s highly anticipated boxing battle, planned for April 29, might not take place after all. Alexander Krassyuk, Usyk’s promoter, has expressed scepticism about the event taking place. Krassyuk thinks that Fury might still cancel the bout even if Usyk accepts a rematch.
According to Krassyuk’s comments, Fury might have exaggerated his willingness to fight, and Usyk could tell. Boxing fans who have been eagerly awaiting the matchup between the two combatants will be highly disappointed if the fight doesn’t take place. But, the ambiguity surrounding the battle is certain to keep the boxing community buzzing and speculating.
Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk aren’t likely to face off because Fury is averse to conflict and is looking for a means to avoid the Ukrainian, said the Ukrainian promoter Alexander Krassyuk. Usyk agreed to Fury’s demand for a 70/30 financial split in his favour as long as he gave £1 million to Ukraine in light of Russia’s invasion. Even if Fury agrees to Usyk’s demands, according to Krassyuk, he will still look for a method to avoid the fight.
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One of the finest Heavyweight fighters of all time and one of the best of this generation is Tyson Fury. ‘The Gypsy King’ has fought professionally 33 times and is unbeaten. Now the WBC World Heavyweight Champion, this fighter never disappoints when it comes to boxing matches. His next anticipated matchup is with Oleksandr Usyk, another undefeated heavyweight fighter.
The process of getting the battle confirmed is still in its early stages. But it seems inevitable this year, and the fans are sincerely hoping that this fight doesn’t end up being Terrence Crawford vs. Errol Spence Jr. Fury enjoys several combat sports in addition to boxing. He has previously expressed interest in taking part in a bout inside the Octagon.