Talking about what a bad team Anthony Joshua has, the promoter of the WBC world heavyweight champion (over 90.7 kg) Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) confirmed the time of the year and even the month when the British plan to fight against IBF/WBO/WBA champion Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs).
According to Frank Warren in a column for The Daily Star, “the plan has always been that Tyson will fight in the UK before the end of the year” – with someone who is not Usyk. And after that the functionary added:
“Don’t forget that he originally wanted to fight in November, but moved the date to please AJ. We can’t keep pushing back the date any further as the main goal is a fight for the absolute against Usyk, which is being discussed for February, and he needs time between fights to recover.”
Charr: Fury vs Joshua is a very bad fight for boxing
Now it is decided who Tyson will fight on December 3 – with Joshua or Mahmoud Charr.
The latter, by the way, is outraged by Tyson’s behavior. Another top heavyweight doesn’t want to see a Fury-Charr fight, but he thinks it’s going to be spectacular.