Fury assessed his condition after the cut

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The WBC world heavyweight champion believes that the injury will not hinder him in the fight against Oleksandr Usyk.

Tyson Fury talks about how his recovery is going after a cut, which forced him to postpone his fight with the holder of the WBO, WBA and IBF titles, Oleksandr Usyk.

The WBC world heavyweight champion assured that he is not worried about the injury and that it will not be a problem for him in the fight with the Ukrainian, even if the cut opens in the ring.

“The cut has healed. It really takes about eight weeks for the cut to heal. I’m 15 weeks from the cut to fight day. So there’s plenty of time.

I’m not worried about the cut. If it happens to open during combat, I’ll give up – well, to hell with it. I have many cuts. It’s a martial arts,” Fury told The Stomping Ground.

We remind you that the Usyk-Fury fight was supposed to take place on February 17, but Fury received a cut in sparring. Because of this, the match was postponed to May 18.

We remind you that earlier it became known that Tyson Fury continued training after the cut.

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