Fury rode the Mustache: “Zero charisma, zero personality – zero respect”


Briton Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) won the WBC heavyweight title (over 101.6 kg)
interview for the TV broadcaster of their fights in the UK – BT TV channel.

In a conversation with the presenters, Tyson, without a share of respect, rode the rink over his possible future opponent in the duel for the title of absolute world champion, the owner of three main belts, Ukrainian Alexander Usik (20-0, 13 KOs). In the meantime, Fury is preparing for a trilogy fight against compatriot Derek Chisora, which is scheduled for December 3rd.

I know you don’t look behind Derek Chisora, but assuming you win, what would you say to Usyk if you see him in the ringside? Will there be some kind of preparation when he jumps into the ring and starts the fight? Because I know his team wants to fight you.

“I have zero interest in this shit.”

— [смеются]

– I’m not interested. Zero charisma, zero personality. He beat a bodybuilder, which gave him some kind of authority. People constantly reproach me, which I repeat – middleweight, middleweight, middleweight. But all this talk about middleweight is backed up by real facts. When I was an amateur heavyweight… I was a heavyweight at 12 years old. He was a middleweight when I was a heavyweight. He was beaten by a certain Sean Porter at 75 kg when I was a child with a weight of 115-116 kg. That’s why I say middleweight. Born a middleweight can’t pose a threat to me. I don’t give a damn about this sausage. [улыбается] I can not wait. I can’t wait, but I don’t want to hear any excuses after I beat him. He said all this about Deontay Wilder, they say this about everyone I ever fought, about all the opponents that I had to be with. When I emerge victorious, I don’t want to hear it. They always make excuses. I learned that you can’t please everyone. You can only please yourself. And the most important person you have to please is your wife. Because if she’s unhappy, then you’re an asshole. It is a fact.

— [смеются] I didn’t know Sean Porter beat him as an amateur. He is a small fighter, but very strong and good. But do you have any respect for Usyk for his journey from being beaten by the little guys to heavyweight champion?

Zero respect for him. And I’ll show it on fight night. Zero.

Source: https://vringe.com/news/160291-fyuri-proekhalsya-po-usiku-nol-kharizmy-nol-lichnosti-nol-uvazheniya.htm?rand=141343