Fury said ‘yes’ fight likely to be in Saudi Arabia – Usyk’s manager


Manager Egis Klimas is confident that the fight for the absolute heavyweight championship (over 90.7 kg) between his client Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs), the unified WBA, WBO and IBF champion, and WBC belt holder Tyson Fury (32 -0-1, 23 KOs) to be. And, probably, the Ukrainian will again go to battle with the Saudis.

“As far as I know, everyone has already agreed,” he said about what are the chances that the Briton will not wander further and agree to the fight.

“Fury already said yes, he will do it. Tendril? Of course, he already called for this,” Klimas recalled.
talkSPORT. “Maybe by the end of the year or the beginning of next, but we will definitely talk about it.”

When Klimas was asked to be clearer about the likelihood that the fight would take place, he replied: “Now it’s about 80% … It will probably happen again in Saudi Arabia.”

Fury wants to fight Usyk, trains like a man possessed – source

On August 20 in Jeddah, Usyk defeated Anthony Joshua in a rematch, removing the last obstacle on the way to the fight for the status of the No. 1 fighter in the division.

And here’s how Hearn started talking about the fight for the absolute: “Two geniuses in one ring.” The day before, he had ridiculed Fury’s blathering and his exorbitant financial demands.