Fury won’t give up his WBC belt. Joshua and Usyk are “two suckers fighting” for him


The British “retired” Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) is not going to give up the WBC world title in the near future, thereby clearly hinting that he will continue to box, although he is still wandering around now.

“No, I’m not going to give it up because I have 12 months. I’m just going to hold him as long as possible,” Tyson said. “I will hold him for as long as I want… I don’t hold up the movement of the division because he actually belongs to me. This is my division.”

With whom and when can Tyson enter a real, and not an exhibition fight, for now – with a pitchfork in the water. But Fury will certainly be tempted to fight for the status of the undisputed world champion. And for this, he needs to go against the winner of the rematch between Oleksandr Usyk (19-0, 13 KOs) and Anthony Joshua (24-2, 22 KOs), which will be determined at the end of the summer.

Fury gave the go-ahead to fight Usyk

Fury doesn’t care about any of them.

“Anthony’s bubble burst, beating him twice. So he’s not a virgin anymore. He was beaten by a fat man with a three-week notice and a middleweight. Usyk is a middleweight who has risen here. I’m not interested at all,” Tyson said.

Fury, more than ever, attacked competitors for fan sympathies, saying that he would not go for a rematch between Usyk and Joshua “even if it took place in Morekeme (Tyson’s hometown, – ed.). Two suckers are fighting each other.”

Tyson believes that Joshua had a chance to beat Usyk, but he ruined everything.

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