Usyk called Fury mentally ill

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The WBA, WBO, IBO and IBF heavyweight world champion does not understand the attitude of his future opponent.

Tyson Fury is not doing well with his mental health. This is what WBA, WBO, IBO and IBF heavyweight champion Alexander Usik thinks.

The Ukrainian boxer even diagnosed his future opponent with bipolar disorder.

This could explain why the WBC title holder keeps changing his mind, rejecting his previous words.

“Tyson has bipolar disorder. One time he said I was a rabbit, that I was a bad light heavyweight. The next week he said I was a good boxer, saying a lot of nice words about me.

I don’t think about it. I just focused on the match.

I don’t have a forecast because I’m not an expert, I’m just an athlete. Good fight, good victory. The guy from Ukraine Alexander “Kit” Usik is the absolute champion of the world,” The Stomping Ground quoted Usik as saying.

We remind you that Usik’s fight against Fury will take place on May 18 in Saudi Arabia. The title of absolute world heavyweight champion is at stake.

Earlier, Fury unexpectedly decided to praise Usik before the fight.

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Source: korrespondent

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