Fight Usyk – Fury. Forecast from manager Wilder


Rumor has it that at the beginning of next year, the current holders of all heavyweight titles – Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs) and Briton Tyson Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs) – will meet in a head-to-head fight to determine the first in the era of the four belts of the absolute heavyweight champion.

Forecast for the fight
shared Shelley Finkel is the manager of the former WBC belt holder American Deontay Wilder, who lost the title to Fury: “I bet on Tyson. I think he’s too big for Usyk. But it’s not just big. He is also very talented. I can’t forget the moment when Deontay dropped Fury, and he got to his feet and continued the fight … I don’t want to argue now that the referee gave him too much time to recover … But he got up, continued the fight and finished it’s up to victory.”

In the meantime, Wilder still faces the final WBC eliminator with compatriot Andy Ruiz – the mandatory challenger will be determined. The other day the legendary Roy Jones shared his prediction for this fight. But there is a problem. Wilder wants to fight Joshua, not Ruiz. The WBC reacted to the statement of the knockout.