Klimas called the difference between Usyk and Fury – Joshua may have been offended


Manager Egis Klimas has harshly criticized WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs), who plans to fight his compatriot and former WBA Super, IBF and WBO belt holder Anthony Joshua (24-3, 23 KOs) on December 3 in Wales. 22 KOs).

The thing is that Joshua lost two fights in a row to the Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs), whose interests Klimas represents.

The manager believes that Fury jeopardized the fight with Usyk – they should have determined the absolute world champion. climas
believesthat Tyson is afraid of the Ukrainian: “Usyk is not Fury for you. Do you know what is the difference between them? Usyk fights the winners, and Fury is looking for the losers. Now imagine the situation. What happens if Joshua suddenly beats Fury? Then a revenge will take place, which can completely disrupt the fight for the title of absolute. I guess Fury is just afraid of Usyk. Otherwise, why is he constantly hiding from him? What other explanation could there be for this? So he sees Usyk as a threat.”

Klimas recalls that “with Fury, you can never be sure what he says. He always generates some “important” statements. Now he retires, then he comes back, then he fights with Usyk, then with someone else, and now he wants to box with Joshua. No one knows for sure what he will do in the next minute. Please note that this is not the first time he disrupts the battle for the title of the absolute. He is completely unpredictable.”

The ex-rival of the Ukrainian, Briton Tony Bellew, also believes that Fury has already fled from Usyk twice. And Alexander’s ex-opponent in the WSB League said: “I used to think that Fury would easily beat Usyk.”