Usyk on Fury: “He cries when he watches movies about love”


Ukrainian world heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs) believes that he managed to “get into the head” of his future opponent in the fight for the title of absolute division champion Briton Tyson Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs).

About what Fury really is, Alexander spoke in an interview
The Guardian.

“I think I managed to get a little inside his head,” says Usyk. “I watched Tyson Fury get into the heads of his opponents for many years, and now I got into his head myself.”

“When there are no camera lenses around, he is completely different,” the Ukrainian states. He plays the bad guy in front of the cameras. I think he likes movies about love, and when he watches them, he cries a little. And that’s not bad at all. When I watch some sentimental films, I can also shed a tear.”

According to the latest information, the Usyk-Fury fight will take place on April 29 in Saudi Arabia or the UK. The biggest test is not Usyk, but the organization of the battle, – the Briton believes.