Fury reiterated that he does not consider Usyk a serious opponent

Fury reiterated that he does not consider Usyk a serious opponent

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The WBC heavyweight champion of the world continues to try to catch the Ukrainian boxer.

There is no interview without Usyk being insulted and humiliated. WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury seems to have taken it.

The British boxer reiterated that he does not consider the holder of the WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO titles to be a serious opponent, and expressed confidence that he will easily face him in a potential fight for the title of absolute champion.

“People say that I call him a middleweight all the time. But behind these conversations there are real facts. When I was an amateur heavyweight, I fought in this division from the age of 12. He was a middleweight when I fought heavyweight. He was beaten by fighters like Sean Porter at 75 kilos, while I was 115-116 kilos as a kid, so I called him a middleweight.

No born middleweight will even challenge me. Ignore this sausage. I can’t wait for the match. But I don’t want to hear excuses after I beat him,” Fury told BT Sport Boxing.

It will be remembered that Tyson Fury previously named the most desirable opponent for himself in the ring.

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