The British expert sold out in earnest – fury and colleagues got it hard


British columnist Simon Jordan
hidesthat he was very disappointed by the incident that took place last weekend in Manchester (UK) – British heavyweights Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) and Derek Chisora ​​(33-12, 23 KOs) staged a simulated scene in the ringside, on which the representatives of the media fled.

According to Jordan, this was extremely disrespectful to fellow heavyweights Joe Joyce (15-0, 14 KOs) and Joseph Parker (30-3, 21 KOs), who staged a crazy fight. Possibly one of the best in 2022.

“I was so impressed and excited by this fight … It was the fight of the year! Jordan thinks. I don’t understand how at this moment Gareth Davis and the rest fell for the performance from Fury and Chisora, in which they washed the bones of Anthony Joshua? I stood and looked at Fury and thought: “This is so disrespectful to colleagues. This was not your show. It was their evening. And they made it absolutely unforgettable. And we (fans and media) fell for a cheap performance and we are discussing now not the fight, but Joshua.”

Jordan isn’t the only one already clearly fed up with Fury’s antics: “Signedandsew this fucking contract or not signandsew. The fight will take place or it will not take place. What the fuck is the difference? What will it change? Nothing! I will repeat what I said before. Joshua is the sprat that Fury uses to catch the sardine. And the sardine is Oleksandr Usyk. I think that (in December) Fury will fight not with Joshua, but with Mahmoud Charr.

“Realize that you are only being shown a fraction of what goes on behind the scenes,” the expert explains. – It is possible that Usyk and Fury already agreed to fight. It is possible that Joshua was not and is not in this “equation”. It’s too big of a risk. This is a fight that can disrupt the fight for the title of the absolute. These are all theories. Not facts. It’s just that, as for me, there is no reason to listen to Fury: he either retires, then returns, then fights with Chisora, then with Joshua, and then suddenly Charr showed up, then again he recalls the desire to fight Usyk. Well, he is also clearly rushing to manipulate Joshua.

At the beginning of the month, an exclusive interview with Tyson Fury for The Ring magazine was released. We have the full version. Charr said yesterday: “Fury vs Joshua is a very bad fight for boxing.”